Orange County Convention Center

Exhibitions Day

Each June, industry professionals come together to foster relationships and build awareness with federal legislators and other policy influencers on Capitol Hill. Due to COVID-19, Exhibitions Day was held virtually on 3 June 2020.  More than 1,600 of your peers participated in our first-ever virtual day of action to raise awareness of the economic impact the exhibitions and events industry, which contributes to the success of our free enterprise economy. Addressing the matters that impact our industry is crucial to allowing our industry to continue to do its part for our national economy. We want to incite change, and that change is only possible with you by our side.

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Exhibitions Day Recap

 

Exhibitions Day Toolkit

Now more than ever it’s vital to effectively communicate your story to elected officials at the local, state and national levels. The Exhibitions Mean Business team has provided videos, tip sheets, and other resources to get attendees ready for our virtual day of action. Whether you are signed up the Exhibitions Day or not, these resources may be used by anyone.

Attendee Checklist – Be Prepared for our Day of Advocacy

Let’s Get Social on Exhibitions Day

Visit Advocacy Tools within this microsite (top of the page) for ways to find your elected officials, state infographics and much more.

Download the #ExhibitionsDay Logo

Download #ExhibitionsDay Social Media Teasers

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Videos to Help You Become a More Effective Advocate


 

New to Advocacy? Tips for Exhibitions Day

How to Share Your Story

Additional Resources


 

Go LIVE Together Update

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IAEE | GBAC Initiative Update

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Issues Briefing