Non-CME Educational Programs

Available

PRICE
USD $ 90,000.00

DESCRIPTION

Non-CME Educational Programs provide an opportunity for commercial organizations to present information about their products, services or therapeutic areas to delegates attending the AAAAI Annual Meeting. The material presented may be promotional and may concentrate on a specific product. Non-CME Educational Programs are up to two hours in length, scheduled either in the morning or the evening and open to all Annual Meeting delegates on a first-come, first-served basis. The fee for non-exhibiting companies is $100,000.

The AAAAI adheres to a right of first refusal process for organizations who have supported Non-CME Educational Programs the previous year. This means that the previous year's supporters are given the option of confirming support of the same day/time for a Non-CME Educational Program at next year's Annual Meeting before sponsorship of that function can be offered to another organization. Previous sponsors have until Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 5:00 pm CST to submit their application to hold their day/time from the 2018 Annual Meeting. After the right of first refusal deadline has passed, any available day/time slots will be offered on a first-come, first-served bases to the waitlist of Non-CME Educational Programs. Any requests from the previous year's supporters to change the day/time of their program will be considered after the right of first refusal deadline has passed (i.e., programs that request a chance in day/time are not eligible for right of first refusal and will be slotted only if placement is available).  AAAAI reserves the right to confirm final placement of all Non-CME Educational Programs.

Please complete the attached request form and submit to the AAAAI Executive Office via email.

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