Exhibit to Reach the Archaeological Community
Reserve your exhibit space for the leading conference on American archaeology: the 88th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA)—March 29 - April 2, 2023!
Each year a growing number of companies reach out to SAA's 6,000 plus members. The SAA Exhibit Hall is a center for learning about, networking with, and celebrating the archaeological community. Give attendees the opportunity to observe and learn about your state-of-the-art products and services that are tailored to the archaeological industry.
Each 10′ × 10′ Exhibit Booth cost $1,190 and includes:
- One 6′ draped table, two chairs, and one waste can
- 8′ backcloth and 3′ side dividers
- One 7′ × 44″ booth identification sign
- Two complimentary full registrations to the meeting and Exhibit Hall Only Badges. Additional full registrations may be purchased at the SAA member registration rate
- Listing in the 88th Annual Meeting Final Program, Online Exhibitor Directory, and Meeting App
- 300 × 300 pixel company logo featured in the Meeting App
- Security service
How to Exhibit
Exhibitors with priority points will be assigned a week to reserve their booth (schedule below). Once all the exhibitors with priority points have had an opportunity to reserve their booths, reservations will be available on a first come, first served basis. Exhibitors with priority points were sent an email with a statement of points on Tuesday, July 5th.
[Adopted in Motion 102-27D (March 1999); based on current staff policy; also see Executive
Committee meeting 46, item 12 (April 1983); Executive Committee Meeting (34EC1), item b (April
1969); 15th Annual Meeting, item d (May 1950).]
The SAA benefits from non-dues revenue, which helps the Board keep member dues and meeting registrations as low as possible.
Acceptance of advertisers, advertisements, exhibitors, and sponsors is based on legal, social, professional, and ethical considerations. SAA publications, programs, and services are published for and on behalf of the membership to advance the mission and purposes of the society. The society, therefore, reserves the right to, unilaterally, reject advertisements, advertisers, exhibitors, or sponsors which it deems not to be in the best interest of the Society’s mission and purposes.
In the interest of transparency, the Society may refuse advertisements, advertisers, exhibitors, or sponsors who have not published the firm’s principals (e.g. owner, Board of Directors, or key employees.)