5 Reasons Not to Miss the #MACoCon Exhibit Halls

MACo’s Summer Conference Exhibit Halls are full of vendors wanting to make your work easier, more cost-effective, and more efficient. Here are some great reasons to make sure you visit the exhibit halls and see how these companies, state departments, and nonprofits can help you!

1. Make lasting partnerships MACo Summer Conference Exhibit Hall AB
Over 220 exhibiting companies are waiting to talk to you about their cost-saving products and services (Hall A/B) or about Maryland’s counties and their tourism and economic development industries (Bayfront Hall). Counties, commercial representatives, and other government participants can all benefit from meeting our exhibitors and discussing options to lower their costs and enhance their services.

2. Get a taste of everything “Maryland”
The Taste of Maryland Reception on Thursday, August 16, will feature tasting samples from local Maryland concessionaires – wineries, orchards, creameries, bakeries, AND MORE!

3. Visit Maryland in Miniature
Our Bayfront Hall hosts our Maryland county and economic development booths. Visit all parts of the state – from the mountains to the shore – all in one place!

4. Network over lunch
Lunch will be served in BOTH exhibit halls – grab a bite and meet potential business partners.

5. You know you need another tote bag…
We’ll give you a tote bag when you check in (sponsored by The Northeast MagLev!). Our exhibitors give away the best goodies – lots of handy items you can take home and remember them by…and The Northeast MagLev is giving you the bags to carry them!

Interested in exhibiting?
Our exhibit halls are sold out and our waitlist is full, but we have several sponsorship opportunities that can give you a visible presence, including promotional display tables at select conference events. Contact Nicolette Querry for more details.

OR, if you’re a technology company or have a digital solution or tool to showcase, consider exhibiting in our one-day-only Summer Conference Tech Expo! Review the details in the brochure or contact Leslie Velasco for more information.

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