About the City Living Expo
Deadline to register for booths: Monday, September 24, 2012 at 5 p.m.
Accompanying the Tour is the very popular City Living Expo located at the starting point. The Expo is a chance for real-estate related services, local businesses and non-profits to speak directly with the home-buying public.
To familiarize themselves with the home-buying process, attendees can arrive early to talk with Realtors, check out mortgage packages and meet with neighborhood and community organizations. Representatives from city schools will be invited to attend the Expo, so visitors can speak with teachers or school officials and review other information on some of the City’s best local school options.
Once attendees have walked through the City Living Expo and collected all the information they need, they will pick up a guidebook that lists available properties, select a detailed map and set out on their self-guided tour! The guidebook and maps are available at the starting point,
Getting a Booth at the City Living Expo
Deadline for register for booths: Monday, September 24, 2012 at 5 p.m.
A great way to connect directly with tour visitors is to have a presence at the City Living Expo. All attendees must walk through the Expo en route to pick up their guide book and maps. As an exhibitor, you have the opportunity to display and discuss your service or to promote your neighborhood organization to a captive audience.
We have two price points for booths, a $130 for-profit business booth and a $30 non-profit organization booth. See the chart below for details. Exposition floor space is very limited. We accept participation on a first-come, first-served basis, so make plans now to secure your space at the Expo.
About Your Booth
Your booth will be a standard exhibition table placed in a circular traffic pattern. If you have special needs for your booth — electricity, for example, or possibly a huge sign, making it best to be against a wall, please provide specifics in the email you send. Details on providing additional information are below.
We will do everything we can to accommodate your concerns and requests. You should bring your own heavy-duty extension cord and power strip marked with your name. We will provide water and coffee for exhibitors but we ask each participant to make arrangements for their lunchtime meal.
Please read carefully. This is very important:
After paying for your booth, please send an email with complete contact information to Claralyn Bollinger CLARALYN@HOTMAIL.COM. In addition to your business name, mailing address and contact person’s name, we also need a phone number (preferably a cell phone) and your email address. We need this information so that in the event of problems or questions, we can contact you as quickly as possible. Please also include any special requests, such as if you need electricity or prefer to have your booth be placed against a wall due to large backdrop you are bringing, etc.
|For-Profit Expo Booth||Full-sized table. Electricity available, but please bring your own extension cord||$130|
|Neighborhood Association Package||1/4 page ad, booth at expo and two property open house listings||$50|
|Non-Profit Expo Booth||Half table shared with another non-profit. Electricity available, but please bring your own extension cord||$30|