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Sponsors - click here for available sponsorship opportunities.
To sign up to be a sponsor, first log in to the TAC member portal located in the top right corner. Next, locate the 2024 Legislative Conference in the Calendar of Events and click register. Then, choose sponsorship opportunities to add your preferred sponsorship options. Once the registration is complete, Deanna Auert will follow up to confirm and determine your hotel room needs.
Sponsorship cancellations must be made in writing before July 1, 2024, to receive a 50% refund. Any sponsorship that requires a company logo to be printed on a promotional item or on multiple print pieces will be final upon receipt of payment, and cancellations are not permitted. Sponsors canceling after July 1 are responsible for payment in full or may jeopardize future sponsorship opportunities.
Vendors - SOLD OUT
The exhibit hall is sold out and on a wait list. Please contact Sarah Lazarowitz to be added to the waiting list. Select sponsor spaces are still available.
Join us in Austin this August as 600-plus Texas county officials and staff members gather. This is a prime opportunity to display your goods and services to decision-makers in county government.
The $700 registration fee includes a standard booth, registration for two and access to two sleeping rooms at the host hotel.
Hotel reservations must be made through Sarah Lazarowitz when booth registration is complete. Company representatives are welcome to attend all conference activities.
Standard exhibit booths consist of 10-by-10-foot exhibit spaces. Booth spaces are equipped with 10-foot back drape, 3-foot side dividers, 6-foot skirted table, two chairs and standard ID sign.
Schedule of Events
|Tuesday, Aug. 27
|Wednesday, Aug. 28
|Dedicated Time With Exhibitors
|Opening General Session (in person and live online)
|Exhibit Hall Welcome Reception
|Thursday, Aug. 29
|8 a.m.-2:35 p.m.
|Legislative Discussion Sessions (in person and live online)
|9 a.m.-3 p.m.
|Exhibit Hall Open
|Exhibit Hall Tears Down