Sponsorship and Exhibits
Gain Visibility. Make Connections. Find New Business.
The professionals who attend NCCHC conferences are the leaders and hands-on practitioners in the field. As an exhibitor, you have an unparalleled opportunity to help them provide high-quality care. Conference surveys show that attendees place a high value on the time they spend in the exhibit hall. They come looking for ways to improve health services in their facilities, and they want to forge solid relationships with the companies they select. With such enthusiastic interest in products and services geared toward the correctional health field, NCCHC conferences are the ideal venue for your company to build recognition and relationships with these important contacts.
Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care
April 29 – May 2 • Hilton Riverside New Orleans
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Correctional Mental Health Care Conference
July 15-16 • Hyatt Regency Washington DC
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National Conference on Correctional Health Care
September 30 – October 3 • Paris Hotel Las Vegas
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Marketing and Resource Guide
See the 2023 Marketing and Resource Guide for information on sponsorships and cost-effective advertising packages.
Conference Program Advertising
- Conference Preliminary Programs are sent to more than 10,000 correctional health care professionals. Your ad will deliver your message to this large and diverse group, even if they do not attend the conference.
- Final Programs are distributed on-site to all attendee and are a great way to reach a highly motivated group of professionals. The program is an indispensable resource for conference-goers, and your ad will receive excellent, repeated exposure during and after the event.
Contact the Exhibits & Advertising Sales Manager at [email protected] or 773-880-1460, ext. 298.
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