2014 GCMAS Annual Conference

Exhibitor Registration Is Now Open

The 2014 GCMAS Annual Meeting offers exhibitors an opportunity to interact with directors, managers and staff of movement analysis clinics and research laboratories from around the United States and beyond. This year’s program includes designated and unopposed time in the exhibit/poster/food area, including scientific poster sessions spread over two days and multiple breaks throughout the conference. Exhibitor registration includes complimentary attendance at all Conference functions for two people, including the Welcome Reception and Banquet, to allow interactions with attendees in a more social setting.

This year’s conference includes dormitory housing with single rooms (with private bath) available at $35/night, double rooms (2 singles with bath shared between 2 rooms) at $30/night, and quad rooms (2 double rooms sharing 1 bath) at $25/night, so we anticipate a large student turnout. These individuals will be the future leaders of movement analysis, so this is a great opportunity to introduce them to your projects/services and cultivate customers for year to come.

In addition to exhibit opportunities, a number of sponsorship opportunities are available for your consideration. These opportunities will serve to maximize your visibility and exposure to attendees at the conference.

Exhibitor participation in this meeting is greatly appreciated and essential to its overall success. Please review the information on this page for additional details. Contact Jim Richards (Conference Chair; jimr@udel.edu) with any questions. We look forward to working with you and making the 19th Annual GCMAS Meeting the largest and best ever!

Dates to Remember

January 3, 2014

Exhibitor and sponsorship applications available online.

January 17, 2014

Exhibitor registration opens.
Reserve your space early for best choice of booth location.

April 8, 2014

Cancellation deadline for 80% refund.

May 5, 2014

Cancellation deadline for 25% refund.
No refund for cancellation after this date.

May 5, 2014

Deadline to apply for Exhibit Booth.
Deadline to apply for Sponsorship.

May 12, 2014

Deadline to submit promotional PDF (5MB or less) for flash drive.

May 19, 2014

Deadline for literature circulation at the Annual Meeting.

June 24-27, 2014

GCMAS 19th Annual Meeting
University of Delaware, Clayton Hall
Newark, DE

June 24, 2014


Exhibitor set-up
Exhibit Hall opens
Welcome Reception

June 25, 2014


Exhibit Hall opens
Exhibit Hall closes

June 26, 2014


Exhibit Hall opens
Exhibit Hall closes; Exhibitor teardown

Exhibit Space

Exhibit booths will be located in the combined 101A/B rooms (labeled “Vendor Booths” and “Posters” in the floor plan), providing over 7,011 sq ft of space for exhibit booths, posters, and all food and beverages for attendees. The lobby area joins the main lecture hall (Auditorium 128) with the exhibitor/poster area, and will also feature food and posters. Complimentary wireless internet access will be available throughout the conference venue, including the exhibitor/poster area.






8 ft x 10 ft

One 6 ft table and electricity, pipe & drape



16 ft x 10 ft

Two 6 ft tables and electricity, pipe & drape


Major Sponsorship Opportunities

Separate from exhibit booth rental, major conference sponsorship opportunities are available:

Gold Level Sponsor — $6000 (Limit 1)

  1. 50 drink tickets
  2. Logo printed on bags
  3. Special recognition on conference signage, website and proceedings
  4. Priority identification as Gold Level sponsor

Silver Level Sponsor — $4000 (Limit 2)

  1. 25 drink tickets
  2. Logo printed on lanyards or notepads
  3. Special recognition on conference signage, website and proceedings
  4. Priority identification as Silver Level sponsor

Bronze Level Sponsor — $2000

  1. 10 drink tickets
  2. Special recognition on conference signage, website and proceedings
  3. Priority identification as Bronze Level sponsor

Additional Sponsorship Opportunities

Each of the following includes recognition on conference signage, website, and proceedings. For event-based sponsorships, additional recognition will be made during the event as appropriate.





Welcome Reception Sponsor



Prominent signage and acknowledgement during Welcome Reception*

Flash Drive Sponsor



Prominent recognition as flash drive sponsor throughout Conference. Priority placement of electronic marketing materials within Proceedings and on flash drive.

Poster Session Sponsor



Prominent signage and acknowledgement during poster sessions

Coffee Break Sponsor



Prominent signage and acknowledgement during coffee breaks*

Student Travel Sponsor


No Limit

Special recognition during Student Awards session.

Note:  Sponsorship is considered commercial support and must comply with the ACCME Standards of Commercial Support. Availability of sponsorships will be determined based on the date that payment is received.

* Logo napkins can be supplied at sponsor’s own expense.