SUPPORT THE FOUNDERS OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH BY EXHIBITING
ASALH will hold innovative virtual programming in the month of September celebrating the 2021 Black History Theme, The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.
To purchase a virtual exhibit booth, you can pay online or you can pay by mail.
If you are purchasing for an organization, please call ASALH at 202-238-5915.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT. EXHIBIT AT THE 106TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND VIRTUAL MEETING
Co-hosted by the ASALH Florida Branches
The Founders of Black History Month WANT YOU to EXHIBIT and SHOW your SUPPORT!
The ASALH Annual meeting provides your organization with an opportunity to reach a targeted audience of more than 1,000 community builders, historians, educators, business professions and students from across the United States. By exhibiting at the 106th Annual Meeting and Virtual Conference your exhibit booth program will be seen on-demand throughout September 2021 by individuals who are enthusiastic about the history of America and the African diaspora. Many of these individuals will participate in more than 75 scheduled academic sessions. The academic sessions feature prominent figures in Black cultural studies and scholars of all disciplines and demographics.
More About Exhibiting
We invite your organization to exhibit with the Association for the Study of African American Life and History at our 106th Annual Conference and Virtual Meeting.
The cost of a virtual exhibit booth is $425.
The exhibit booth benefits include:
1 hour virtual exhibit booth
Exhibit booth replay available on-demand on ASALH TV, the Association’s YouTube channel
Company branded as exhibitor in email marketing and social media promotion
Company name, logo and link to discount code featured on website event page
Company discount code shared with conference attendees
Exhibitor registration includes two (2) registrations for the conference sessions
As an ASALH conference sponsor you can
Gain more visibility among a culturally responsive targeted audience
Provide information on your publications, programs or services to attendees who are likely to need resources for their future studies in Black history
Build a strong network of potential customers as well as other professionals in your industry