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Exhibiting at Aging in America


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Welcome Exhibitors!

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Exhibiting at ASA's 2016 Aging in America Conference is your chance to meet and influence nearly 3,000 professionals dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults. The conference takes place in Washington. DC, March 20-24 and the exhibit hall is open March 21-22). Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in the most comprehensive gathering of a diverse, multidisciplinary community of professionals. If your organization is looking to connect with highly motivated, experienced and influential professionals, plan to join us as an exhibitor at the Marriott Wardman Park next March.

Space is available on a first-come basis, so make your reservation soon to secure a good position!

Click here to see space availability and register online.

Download the 2016 Exhibitor Prospectus

Request a hardcopy of the exhibitor prospectus. Be sure to include complete mailing information.

Questions? Contact Kathleen Lawrence at 856-302-0893 or


We look forward to seeing you at the 2016 Aging in America Conference!

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