|Registered Trade Show vendor’s important information here
Please join us at the Trade Show to learn about all things ag!
|Trade Show Location: 3rd Floor Concourse and
Maui 316 A & B
Trade Show Hours:
Thursday September 20, 2012, 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday September 21, 2012, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
|And joining the Trade Show exhibitors for the
Pau Hana Reception on
Thursday September 20, 2012
from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm are
Chefs and Backyard Garden DIY presenters:
Participating Trade Show Vendors
Agribusiness Incubator Program, University of Hawaii
Agricultural Leadership Program of Hawaii
American Farm Mortgage Company
Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, State of
Edible Hawaiian Islands
Farm Credit Services of Hawaii, ACA
Hawaii Agri Tourism Association
Hawaii Agricultural Mediation Program
Hawaii Department of Agriculture, Animal Industry Division
Hawaii Department of Agriculture, Market Development
Hawaiian Earth Products
Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation
Hawaii Farm to School and School Garden Hui
Hui Malama Learning Center – Maui
Island Grower Supplies LLC
Kahuku High & Intermediate School – Oahu
Kapolei High School – Oahu
Kauai High School – Kauai
Lahainaluna High School – Maui
Lanai High School – Lanai
Maui Economic Opportunity, INC
Oahu Resource Conservation & Development Council
The Trust for Public Land
University Lab School – Oahu
USDA – Farm Service Agency
USDA – Natural Resources Conservation Service
USDA – Rural Development
Waiakea High School – Hawaii
Waianae High School – Oahu
Whole Foods Market
|– CSA Inspired Meals featuring Oahu Fresh and Convention Center Chef Gary Matsumoto
– Cooking within an Ahupuaa with Chef Mark “Gooch” Noguchi of Pili Hawaii and Hanohano Heeia
– Chop Block Secrets with Chef Alejandro “Aker” Briceño of Prima & The Whole Ox Deli
– Makin’ it Easy, Farm to Table Goodness with Chef San Shoppell of Destination Chef
– Preserving the Seasons with Chef John Memering of Cactus
– CO-Biometric Supplements by Zentropia
– Foraged Guava Jam Crostinis by The Palolo Community Kitchen
– Down to Pound with Daniel Anthony and the Mana Ai Men In Malos
– Refreshing Fruity Beverages from Ono Pops and Whole Foods Market
– DIY Backyard Chickens with Mark Stoutemyer
– Web Soil Survey with Cynthia Styles
– Compostable Tableware with Doug Tam of Advantage Waypoint
– Worms as Pets with Leslie Foster of Kokua Worms
Tradeshow Information and Registration
Are you interested in marketing your products, services, and agricultural innovations to over 500 farmers, managers, and agricultural industry professionals working in Hawaii? To reach various agricultural groups in one place – we invite you to participate in the 2012 Hawaii Agriculture Conference: Leveraging Partnerships for Profit Trade Show.
The Agricultural Leadership Foundation of Hawaii is pleased to announce the dates for the 2012 Statewide Hawaii Agriculture Conference: September 20 & 21, 2012. The two-day event will occur at the Hawaii Convention Center. This years’ event theme is collaboration and profits and will feature inspiring keynote speakers, educational sessions and workshops, a two-day trade show, a pau hana reception, a brief awards presentation and a wonderful Hawaii grown luncheon.
Hawaii farmers and ranchers, nurserymen and flower growers, processors and distributors, exporters, educators, researchers, non-profit, government and community leaders and administrators and other industry professionals will attend sessions highlighting conversations and learning about working together for the sustainability of Hawaii’s agriculture. As we look at global trends and learn how they affect the way we do business we will learn new skills and hear about good projects already in place. Your products and services must be a part of these conversations. We invite your company to be a partner in this important work for the agriculture sector. Exhibit booths are now available, please register today!
The trade show room, Hawaii Convention Center rooms 316 A & B, will host the registration activities, the pau hana reception and food and beverage service throughout the day. It will have wireless Internet and clusters of café tables for attendees to meet and relax. The trade show will be THE place to be! We expect 350 for the conference sessions on Thursday and Friday, 500 for the luncheon on Thursday and an additional 150 at the Pau Hana Reception.
Please join us for an exciting event and great chance to display your products and share information about your services in a relaxed, yet focused, space. Deadline to register for trade show extended to Sept. 10, 2012.
If you have any questions please contact Ally Turner at email@example.com or 808.240.1096.
We look forward to hearing from you about this excellent joint venture!
TRADE SHOW EXHIBITOR INFORMATION
2012 Hawaii Agriculture Conference: Leveraging Partnerships for Profit
Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of this valuable collaborative effort by hosting a booth at the 2012 Hawaii Agriculture Conference trade show. Below you will find information specific to hosting a booth.
Trade Show Location
Hawaii Convention Center 1801 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815
Third Floor Meeting Rooms, Maui Suites, 316 A&B
Trade Show Registration Fees
$500 Business – includes exhibit space only, no meals (up to 2 people to staff booth)
$250 Non Profit or Government – includes exhibit space only, no meals (up to 2 people to staff booth)
$200 Discounted Two-Day Conference Pass – includes all conference sessions, all meals & reception (limit 2 people)
Trade Show Dates and Hours
Set-up: Wed. Sept. 19, 2012 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Thurs. Sept. 20, 2012 6:00 am – 8:00 am
Event: Thurs. Sept. 20, 2012 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Fri. Sept. 21, 2012 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Breakdown: Fri. Sept. 21, 2012 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Each booth registration fee includes the following:
- 8 x 10’ area with 1 – 6’ ft dressed table and 2 chairs
- Exhibitor registration for 2 people per day (does not include conference sessions or meals)
- Special discounted Two-Day Conference Pass (normally $275)
- Pau Hana Reception (an additional opportunity to network with conference participants)
- Company literature included in conference bag
- Acknowledgement in the conference program, conference signage and on the website
Additional Important Information
Requests for additional chairs, electricity other than straight from the wall adjacent to your table, box lunch orders, technology services/equipment, food sampling, any open flame, water connection, and freight handling must be made prior to the Conference. We will contact you about these details after your registration has been paid.
Technology equipment or service fees other than wireless Internet will be arranged and paid for directly between the exhibitor and the Convention Center.
Restrictions apply for food sampling and demos. All sampling will require a permit or waiver from the Department of Health.
The Hawaii Convention Center will not receive any shipments or deliveries. Special arrangements for shipping and freight handling must be made prior to event.
We have acquired permission to display large farming equipment or vehicles on the concourse adjacent to the trades show and our conference activities. Special arrangements must be made and a fee will apply.
HCC does not allow anything to be taped, nailed, tacked, or otherwise affixed to ceilings, doors, or walls. All banners and display materials must be free standing, affixed to table, or special display rental arrangements may be made with HCC.
Please direct all questions to the trade show planners, Under My Umbrella at firstname.lastname@example.org or 808.240.1096.
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