Best Rates Now! Early Bird Deadline is August 9

Broadway Producer
Association for Preservation Technology - Northeast Chapter
Underwriter
Nicholson & GAlloway
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APT NYC 2013 - “PRESERVING THE METROPOLIS”

OCTOBER 12 - 15, 2013 AT THE NEW YORK MARRIOTT MARQUIS IN NEW YORK CITY

Best Rates Now! Early Bird Deadline is August 9

Why Exhibit in NYC?

clientuploads/2013_conference_art/Exhibit Hall attendees 2012.jpgExhibiting at APT NYC 2013 is one of the best ways to reach an anticipated 1,000 industry professionals. Your company will benefit through numerous opportunities to meet many attendees in person and better associate your brand with the premier international association for preservation technology. Just as important, your partnership allows APT to continue its tradition of excellence.  

Download the Prospectus or Register Online as an Exhibitor today!

 Questions or ready to make your reservation?
Liz Fogt
APT Partner Manager
832-271-9635 (direct)
exhibits@apti.org

WHO YOU WILL MEET   clientuploads/2013_conference_art/Robinson Iron booth.jpg

All participants are committed to preservation and conservation, the majority of whom will be architects and engineers.  Of course, you will also meet academics, conservators, consultants, planners, curators, landscape architects, developers, contractors, historians and students directly involved in the application of methods and materials to maintain, conserve, and protect historic structures and sites for future use and appreciation. Ninety-percent of attendees will be specifiers.  

BOOTH, RECOGNITION & TICKETS

  • One Exhibit Booth
  • Name listing on Conference Web Site
  • Complete listing in printed Conference Program Book (contact name and information plus one-sentence description of your product/services)
  • Complete listing in Conference Mobile App (most extensive, uploaded by exhibitor)
  • Two complimentary tickets to the Conference Social and Breakfast with Exhibitors
  • Discounted Conference Partner registration  
NYC

For the first time in history, the population of cities exceeds that of the surrounding suburbs and countryside. New York City, after decades of population decline, has recently exceeded its peak 1970s population and continues to grow. Such growth, mirrored in older and newer cities globally, is countered by cities with shrinking populations in the United States and abroad. Both expanding and shrinking cities present new challenges that require preservationists to think broadly and collaboratively, themes that will be highlighted at APT NYC 2013.