Become an NA-PAC'13 Sponsor
(Deadline August 1, 2013)

NA-PAC, held every year and a half, is the general conference for the North American particle accelerator community (with substantial international attendance as well). We expect the delegates to be 500+ decision-making managers, scientists, engineers, developers, users, and students from around the world. With its emphasis on the engineering and technology side of accelerators, NA-PAC'13 is an ideal way to reach customers in accelerator products and systems, components and materials, manufacturing and laboratory technology, diagnostics and testing equipment, and software and services.

To raise your organization or company's profile with this audience, consider sponsorship. A variety of opportunities are available to suit a variety of marketing strategies and budgets. We welcome your additional ideas.

Sponsors will have their name, logo and web link made available on the NA-PAC’13 website. Sponsor acknowledgments will also be given in the program book and on all applicable signage.

For a list of sponsorship opportunities and signup instructions, please see the "Sponsorship Opportunities" tab at left. Consider also the opportunities for direct contributions and for advertising.

Sponsorship Contacts

For questions related to sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Attn: Annett D’Antonio or Christina Tomhave
Centennial Conferences
Louisville, CO 80027
Phone: [001] 303-499-2299

Logistics for Promotional Materials & Inserts

All materials for insertion into conference bags must be received by GES, the NA-PAC’13 exhibit decorator, by Friday, September 6th. Information on how to ship your materials to GES will be provided at a later date.

If materials are received by GES after September 6th, there may not be time to insert them into conference bags. No refunds or returns will be given for material received after September 6th and therefore not inserted.

NA-PAC'13 organizers reserve the right to decline promotional material deemed unacceptable in tone or character or that may detract from the scientific and educational nature of the conference.