Seeking Exhibitors & Sponsors for BASA "Ideas for Life" Senior Expo on May 15


Another excellent experience at "Ideas for Life" Senior Expo is anticipated on May 15, thanks to the collaboration of the numerous member organizations involved with the Bay Area Senior Advocates (BASA.)  The group is actively seeking Exhibitors & Sponsors to pledge their support to the event.  The event offers an opportunity for businesses and agencies to inform and educate seniors and caregivers about products and local services available to our community.

Sponsorship levels range from $500 to $5,000.  Every sponsorship includes an advertisement in the "Ideas for Life" program guide, website advertising, 1'x2' acknowledgement sponsor banners in booth, and a free exhibit booth.  Click Sponsorship Forms 2013 for more information about sponsorship opportunities.

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to reach a large, diverse audience by setting up an informational booth.  Attendees will be encouraged to visit each vendor in the welcoming atmosphere with an easily accessible floor plan.  In addition, exhibitors will have the choice of various advertisement options, and may request electricity for their display as an added feature.  Click Exhibitor Forms 2013 for more information.

Exhibitors & Sponsors are encouraged to Apply Online.






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