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Sponsors, Exhibitors, & Advertisers

We invite you to join Pennsylvania’s premier planning event of the year – the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA PA) 2016 Annual Conference. This year’s conference, “Communities, Corridors, and Connections,” takes place October 16 – 18, 2016 at the Renaissance Hotel, Allentown, PA. It promises to be one of PA Chapter’s best conferences, with a projected attendance of over 500 planners.

The APA PA Annual Conference provides a unique and effective opportunity to showcase your work and capabilities to planning professionals and policy makers from across the Commonwealth. It’s also one of the ways to support planning in Pennsylvania by providing valuable networking, education, and development for planners.

The sponsorship brochure will allow you to choose the marketing opportunity that best suits your needs. The menu of options is varied – select conference sponsorship, rent prime exhibit space, or advertise in the Conference Announcement and Final Program. All options are first-come-first-serve and we anticipate space will fill quickly. Selecting your commitment level early will help you to get your first choice of placement as a sponsor, exhibitor, or both.

Our conference committee is working diligently to plan a creative and innovative event, one that will pair both educational and networking opportunities. We look forward to including you in the continued success of the APA PA Annual Conference!

If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Kim Gusic at 717-671-4510 or email her at kdiep@shermer-assoc.com at your earliest convenience.

On behalf of the Conference Committee and the Lehigh Valley/Berks Section, we look forward to seeing you in Allentown!

Regards,
Conference Planning Committee

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2016 Annual Conference Sponsors!

 

PLATINUM SPONSOR

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Gold Sponsor

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EXHIBITORS

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  • Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
  • Kennedy & Associates
  • Temple University, Tyler School of Art, Planning and Community Development