Augusta, ME, January 20th, 2015 -- With the 2015 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference less than three months away, numerous companies and organizations involved with these important issues have already secured exhibit space and sponsorship opportunities for this highly anticipated event.
Sponsors receive wide-spread exposure throughout New England and the rest of the country and will be listed in promotional literature, in web-based listings and at the event. Conference sponsors at the Platinum level even receive a complimentary exhibit space and will be given a 30-minute presentation opportunity as part of the Conference Sponsor Workshops. Sponsorship at any level is an excellent opportunity for companies and organizations to broaden their name recognition with the industry’s leading professionals. Those interested in sponsorship opportunities are encouraged to act soon as confirmation of conference sponsorship must be received by February 10, 2015 in order to receive recognition in printed promotional materials.
“There is still time available and space for interested parties to join the impressive list of companies and organizations that have already committed to sponsor or exhibit at the Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference,” said Christine G. Crocker, Executive Director of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council. “The conference promises to be one of this year’s premier opportunities to connect with professionals involved with indoor air quality and balancing energy efficiency in residential, commercial and institutional environments all under one roof for two solid days. Equally important, sponsorship and exhibitor fees for this event are some of the best in the industry.”
The 2015 Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference is taking place April 15th and 16th in Portland, Maine. To register to exhibit, sponsor or to attend the conference, please visit www.maineindoorair.org, email email@example.com or call (207) 626.8115.
About the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council
The mission of the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council is to promote quality of life through improved indoor environments. It is an interdisciplinary, non-profit, non-partisan organization, with a diverse membership of physicians & nurses, engineers, maintenance managers, lawyers, toxicologists, insurers, industrial hygienists, respiratory therapists, educators, architects, legislators and public policy decision-makers.