2016 WBC Exhibitor Information
May 15, 2016


Exhibitor is a classification of BPA membership designed to give companies a chance to display their wares and services at minimal cost. An Exhibitor is entitled to one admission for Monday through Sunday plus an 8' table at WBC’s highest traffic exhibit space to display their wares and services, give out their literature, and/or conduct demonstrations of their products. Unlike a Vendor, an Exhibitor is not allowed to sell merchandise. If you want to both demonstrate your products in a permanent display and sell in the Vendor’s Room during Vendor’s hours, you should purchase both options.

Note: All paid attendees of WBC are free to play any game of their choice in designated open gaming areas; though games that are left unattended will be removed. However, signage, displays or other inducements to sell product are strictly limited to authorized Exhibitors and Vendors in specified areas.

Location: Exhibit space is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Exhibitors will be given their preference of location as space permits. Obviously, the selection will be greater for those reserving their spots early.

Exhibit Costs:

  1. $250 if paid by Dec. 31
  2. $275 if paid by March 31
  3. $300 if paid by June 22
  4. $350 if paid after June 22

Exhibit Benefits:

  1. A prominent corporate logo link on the BPA website
  2. Exhibit status proclaimed on BPA website
  3. For orders paid by March 31, exhibit status proclaimed in the convention program
  4. Display space for ongoing demos Monday through Sunday (as demo space becomes available)
  5. One Admission to WBC (Monday thru Sunday)
  6. 20% discount for banner advertising on the BPA website

To become an Exhibitor at WBC, read the Terms and Conditions of Membership, complete and print the Membership Form, and mail the form and a check payable to BPA, 1541 Redfield Rd, Bel Air, MD 21015-5739.

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