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Exposure

Exposure is the region's premiere business-to-business trade show and networking event held each September. At Exposure, you will find representatives from more than 220 Wichita businesses from all industries. No matter what products and services you are looking for, you'll find it at Exposure. 

Exposure 2018 is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 27 at Century II Expo Hall.

Show attendance is free for business professionals. Pre-registration has ended, but please join us at CenturyII. Click HERE for a current showroom map.

Parking
Free parking is available at Lawrence-Dumont with free shuttle service running every 7-10 minutes, and metered parking is available at Century II. 

Sponsors

A special thank you to our Exposure 2018 sponsors who helped make the event possible!  

Presenting Sponsor | Cox Business
Gold Sponsor | Davis-Moore Auto Group
Gold Sponsor | The Wichita Eagle
Print Sponsor | Midwest Single Source
Silver Sponsor | P1 Group
Networking Zone Sponsor | Office Plus of Kansas & Scott Rice Office Interiors
Staffing Sponsor | Adecco - The Employment People
Transit Sponsor | Wichita Transit
Audio Visual Sponsor | Kent Audio Visual
Totebag Insert Sponsors | Heartland Credit UnionHigh Touch Technologies & Metro Courier

Sponsorships are available beginning at $500. Contact Rachel Douglass for sponsor information at 316-268-1127.

Google at Exposure

People in Wichita are looking for your company's products and services. Participating in Exposure event is one way to boost your brand awareness. But your potential customers are also looking online. 

That's why we're teaming up with Google to host three free workshops at Exposure to help your business get online and grow!

Make Your Website Work For You
11 to 11:45 a.m.
If you're launching a new business website (or sprucing up an old site), this workshop will help. Learn how to create a search-friendly site that's useful for customers and supports your business goals.

Tips for Measuring Online Success
11:55 a.m. to 12:40 p.m.
You invest time, effort, and resources into being online, but do you know how much it's worth to your bottom line? This workshop introduces ways to track and measure progress, so you can find out.

Using Data to Drive Growth
12:50 to 1:45 p.m.
Learn about tools to help you collect and interpret real-time information about how customers are interacting with you online, so you can make smarter decisions about how to reach key audiences on your budget, timeline, and terms.

RSVP Now (Please register to attend Exposure and select which session(s) you plan to attend on the final check-out screen.)
 

List of Exhibitors

2018 Exhibitors

OrgNameBooth Number
Acumen Connection, Inc.933 & 3C
Adams Brown Beran and Ball Chtd.732
Adecco - The Employment People214
Alyss Analytics302
American Fun Food Co., Inc.401
Apprentice Personnel829
ARSI822
Augustino Brewing Company114
Auto Craft Collision Repair514
Baron Ridge Speakers Agency3B
Belfor Property Restoration939
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty1405
Better Business Bureau403
Blazing Electronics4D
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kansas735
Brain Balance Achievement Center of Wichita1205
brett.photo and T & J Studios613
BrightWater Bay508
Brown Reclusinator Pest Control1032
Butler Community College510
Callcap113
Charles E. Mahaney Roofing Company600
Chick-fil-A836
City Wide Maintenance of Wichita203
Clean Rite Property Services838
Concergent IT - A Division of Underground Vaults & Storage, Inc.608
Corrections Connections Inc.1J
Costco Wholesale100-101
Cowboy Chicken212
Cowley College218
Cox Business725
Crossland Construction Company, Inc.610
Dale Carnegie Training1207
Davis-Moore Automotive, Inc.724, 916, 1001
DIGI Security Systems310
DoubleTree by Hilton Wichita Airport402
Dovi Marketing2B
Down Syndrome Society of Wichita1404
Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview301
E2Global/Tube Advantage813
Eat Fit Go507
Edward Jones4A
Elite Staffing Solutions1026
Ember Technology, LLC3F
Emprise Bank908
Endless Balloons1B
Entercom Communications Corp.315
Envision, Inc.419
Episcopal Social Servies912
Eric Fisher Academy1203
Evergreen Engraving801-802
Executrain of Wichita738
Exploration Place Inc.1036
Farmers Insurance District 72601
Farmers Insurance Recruiting and Training Center - Gutierrez812
Fee Insurance Group807
Fieldview Healthcare316
First Impressions Litter Management, LLC4F
First Responder KS, LLC921
Five Star Call Centers901
Form Systems Inc.720
Fredo's902
Friends University800
Furniture Options926
Futurity First Insurance Group1L
Genesis Health Clubs - East Centeral702
Girls on the Run2D
Goddard Chamber4B
Google Workshops (Stage)1024 (Stage)
Grand Canyon University3D
Grantham University1204
Guiding Paws928
Hairy Sofa Pet Grooming Boutique514
Hall's Culligan Water Conditioning827
Hampton Inn by Hilton Wichita Northwest and Tru by Hilton701
Hands Full Dog Training, LLC1M
Handy Mailing Service201
Harris' Dream Clean Kansas2F
Heartland Animal Hospital514
Heartland Credit Union114
High Touch Technologies215
Holiday Inn Wichita East I-35312-313
Homewood Suites by Hilton @ the Waterfront416-417
Hopping Gnome920A
Hyatt Regency Wichita730
ICT Immediate Care3A
INTRUST Bank Arena913
J. Rae's Bakery932
Jason's Deli1201
Just Text It2H & 1I
K. Lane's Boutique - Paisley Parrot1027
Kansas Army National Guard - Heartland Preparedness Center923
Kansas Star Event Center501
Kansas State University Global Campus308
Kansas Strong300
Kansas Turnpike Authority2L
Kelly Services407
Kent Audio Visual1020
KETCH202
KMUW- FM 89 Wichita Public Radio1013
Knipp Services819
Konica Minolta Business Solutions1007
KS StateBank823
KVC Hospital Wichita217
LeaderOne Financial Corporation2G
LightSpeed VT Wichita104
Lion Graph736
Logo Depot306
LongHorn Steakhouse500
Lubrication Engineers, Inc.318
M.A.D. Ad Company, LLC111
Malibu Creative1031
Mallard Paint809
Mark Arts816
MedExpress Urgent Care - West1209
Metro Appliances & More514
Metro Courier, Inc.824
Mid-America Equipment, Inc.216
Midwest Single Source515
Moonbase Labs LLC1206
National American University929
Net-Ability, LLC1009
Newman University909
Nonprofit Chamber of Service4E
Old Kinderhook Resort, Golf Club & Spa815
Old Mission Mortuary & Cemetery2C
P1 Group414
Paint the Towne1010-1012
Patton Termite and Pest Control, Inc.727
Personal Touch Events1E
Pet Supplies Plus410
Pinot's Palette837
PrairieFire Coffee Roasters828
Presto-X1008
Primerica Offices of Don Oliphant503
QueenBee Marketing906
RCB Bank830
RECHECK, Inc.722
Reverie Coffee Roasters200
Rib Crib733
River City Brewing Co.514
SafetyPlans.com818
Scott Rice Office Interiors/Office Plus516
Scott Rice Promotional Products & Apparel517
Sedgwick County Business Leadership Network1F
Sedgwick County Zoo833
ServiceMaster Clean in a Wink737
Shaken or Stirred Bartending611
Shelden Architecture1208
Signs & Design211
Skyline E3831
Sleep Number by Select Comfort - West413
Small Business Administration907
Specs514
Spectrum, Inc.406
Spirit Aero - Doc's Friends825
Starkey, Inc.826
Succentrix Business Advisors - Wichita3G
Summit Employment Professionals821
SumnerOne/Western Imaging/KK Office Solutions703
Sunflower Bank NA820
Sunflower Travel Corporation412
Superior Signs & Engraving, Inc.116
Sweetly Scrumptious514
Syndeo Outsourcing502
Tabor College Wichita and Online1C
Texas Roadhouse927
The Alley Indoor Entertainment506
The Bug Lady's Science Academy514
The Chung Report314
The Farris Wheel721
The Hawkins Group, Inc.2A
The Kitchen920B
The Monarch1030
Thrasher Basement and Foundation Repair808
Towne East Square - Simon Property Group817
TRANSVORTO731
Transworld Business Advisors930
Trinity Property Consultants811
Tru by Hilton701
Tru-Building, Inc.1200
uBreakiFix612
UniFirst922
US Logo Inc519
Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Hospital of Wichita307
Visit Wichita728
Visiting Angels Home Care of Wichita2K
Walser Automotive Group110
Waste Link, Inc.105
Watermark Books & Cafe303
Westaff911
Wichita Center for Performing Arts3E
Wichita Eagle415
Wichita Family Crisis Center931
Wichita Fire Department1000
Wichita Friends School832
Wichita Habitat for Humanity ReStore112
Wichita Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Inc.418
Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce614
Wichita Sports Forum1037
Wichita Symphony Orchestra1403
Wichita Thunder213
Wichita Transit317
Wichita Women's Initiative Network, Inc. (WIN)1402
Wichita Wurlitzer2E
Wicked Stitch903
Wiesen Roofing & Exteriors1A
Wired Within102
Workforce Centers of South Central Kansas4C
World Impact Wichita518
World Studios103
WSU Kansas Small Business Development Center411
WSU Training & Technology Team (T3)835
Xclusive Events1028-1029
X-Press Signs & Graphics729
XTreme Racing and Entertainment1D
Zernco, Inc.311
Zinta Inspired Language2J

 

 

 

Door Prizes Valued at $100+
(Listed in Alphabetical Order and Includes the Prize Value and Vendor’s Booth Number)

Account Recovery Specialists Inc (#822)
Coleman cooler with beer in Wichita Flag Swag theme, $150

Adams, Brown, Beran & Ball, Chtd. (#732)
Game Night Basket, $400

Chick-fil-A (#836)
Catered Meal delivered to one business, $100

Crossland Construction Co., Inc. (#610)
Yeti Roadie Cooler Surprise, $250

Davis-Moore Auto Group (#724)
One complete automotive detail, $150

DoubleTree by Hilton Wichita Airport (#402)
A weekend stay with breakfast for two, $250

Futurity First Insurance Group (#Table 1L)
QuikTrip gift cards, $100

Genesis Health Clubs (#702)
3 Month free membership and 2 FREE personal training sessions, $300

Heartland Credit Union (#114)
Gift basket from Augustino Brewery ($100), cash prizes ($200) and Sonospher Speaker ($105), $405

Homewood Suites by Hilton @ the Waterfront (#416)
One complimentary weekend night (Fri., Sat., or Sun.) stay in a Luxury King Studio Suite – Includes complimentary Suite Start Hot Breakfast Buffet, $140

Hyatt Regency Wichita (#730)
Complimentary one night stay in our Presidential Suite, $950 

INTRUST Bank Arena (#913)
Two tickets to Cirque du Soleil Crystal at INTRUST Bank Arena on Friday October, 26 at 7:30, $174

Kansas Star Casino & Event Center (#501)
Dinner for two to the Woodfire Grille, $100

QueenBee Marketing (#906)
Apple HomePod, $350

Signs & Design (#211)
4’ x 8’ Custom Full Color Banner, $192

Starkey Inc (#826)
Amazon gift card, $100

Succentrix Business Advisors – Wichita (3G)
Amazon Echo, $130

SumnerOne (#703)
Lorell Sit-to-Stand Electric Desk Riser, $535

Superior Signs & Engraving, Inc. (#116)
Printed Wichita Flag tote bag stuffed full of Wichita swag: beach towel, hat, t-shirt, coffee mug, tumbler, golf balls, bottle opener, key chain, license plate, and more, $250

Sunflower Bank (#820)
Shockers Men’s Basketball home tickets and parking pass in a decorative basket, $250

The Alley Indoor Entertainment (#506)
Free Escape Room Package. Valid for up to 6 people, 1 escape room adventure, $193

The Alley Indoor Entertainment (#506)
2 hours Unlimited Bowling, & Karts; good for up to 10 guests. Shoes included, $200

The Lodge at Old Kinderhook (#815)
1 Night Stay, 2 round of golf and 4 ICE passes + skate Rentals, $400+

Watermark Books & Cafe (#303)
Gift certificate, $100

Wichita Sports Forum (#1037)
A 6-month family membership (up to 4 people) to Aviate Extreme Air Sports, inside Wichita Sports Forum, $420

Wichita Thunder (#213)
Four VIP Tickets good for any game, $116

Wicked Stitch (#903)
Basket including 5 tees, 2 hats and a license plate, $180

World Impact Wichita (#518)
Flying Stove gift card, $100

World Impact Wichita (#518)
Espresso to Go-Go gift card, $100

Xclusive Events (#1030)
2 Tickets to Bloktoberfest Beer Tasting ($80) and 2 Bloktoberfest shirts ($30), $110

Xtreme Racing & Entertainment (#Table 1D)
6 Person Grand Prix Event, $310

Zinta Inspired Language LLC (#Tabletop 2J)
One Adult 8-week Language Class (Spanish or French) With textbook, $298

Exhibit Options

 Early-Bird Members (Paid by 7/31)Chamber MembersNon-Members
Tabletop Round (42" h, 30" w)$150$150$150
Premium Tabletop (with electricity)$200$200N/A
Standard Booth (10'x10')$325$425$725

Double Booth (10'x20')

$650$750$1,100
End Cap Booth (20'x10')$1,100$1,200$1,500
Premium End Cap (20'x20')$1,900$2,000$2,200
Biz Bites 10'x10' (Food Product)N/AFree for members$325

 

Exhibit Reservations
Refunds are granted as follows: 90% if cancelled by Aug 11; 50% if cancelled by Sept. 1; 0% if cancelled after Sept. 1.  Registrations that are not paid for or confirmed cancelled within 14 business days of the event will be held responsible for the entire amount of the exhibit fee.

  • Each 10’x10’ booth space includes: one 6’ white top/black skirted table; two chairs; 8’ black back drop; 3’ high black divider curtains on each side (certain exceptions based on booth placement); and a sign with the exhibitor name and booth number.
  • Payment must be received by July 31, 2018 to qualify for “Early Bird” pricing.
  • Utilities must be ordered through Century II Exhibitor Services at an additional expense.
  • Booth decor may be ordered through Henry Helgerson Company, at an additional expense. 

To be included in the Exposure event program, registration and payment must be received by Sept. 1, 2018.
 

Exhibitor Planning Timeline

Stay on track with your exhibit plans!

By July 31
   □ Pay early to select a prime booth location.
   □ Set your goals for the show.
   □ Send “save the date” email encouraging clients/customers to attend Exposure.
   □ Design and order your booth display.

Aug. 3
   □ Attend an Exhibitor Orientation at the Chamber building.

By Aug. 7 
   □ Determine staffing needs for the show and be sure a training session is on their calendars.
   □ Set lead management system and communicate to staff. Who is responsible for tracking leads?
   □ Order giveaways for booth/print collaterals for booth handouts.
   □ Develop pre-promotion plan, including emails, flyers, inserts, etc.
   □ Promote show in your mailings, website, social media, email signatures, etc.
   □ Start gathering all booth materials, handouts, giveaways, etc.

Aug. 8
   □ Attend an Exhibitor Orientation, 3:30-5 p.m. at the Chamber.

By Aug. 18
   □ Continue to promote show in your mailings, website, social media, email signatures, etc.
   □ Gather all booth needs, materials, support props, door prizes, etc. 
   □ Conduct training for those staffing your booth.
   □ Prepare/gather any follow-up information you plan on sending to hot prospects after the show.
   □ Confirm that all giveaways and collateral are ready for show.

Sept. 1
□ Prize Give Away Form due to the Chamber. Drawings for prizes are conducted at an Exhibitor’s booth/tabletop. Prizes with a value of $100 or more will be included in pre-show promotions.

Sept. 6
   □ Attend the Exhibitor Mixer, 4-6 p.m.

Sept. 21
Utilities order form (for electricity) due to Century II for best pricing.
Booth décor order form due to Helgerson Company for best pricing.
□ Assemble an “exhibitor toolkit” of extra supplies, breath mints, business cards, extension cord, etc.
□ Register to attend the Sunrise Scrambler Breakfast at 8 a.m. on Sept. 28 ($15 attendance fee).
□ Send email telling clients/customers at what booth number your company will be located.
 
Sept. 26
   □ Move in during your specified time to make sure to allow yourself time to round up any last minute items.

Sept. 27
   □ Attend the Sunrise Scrambler Breakfast from 8-9:30 a.m ($15 attendance fee).
   □ Enjoy the show by scheduling adequate breaks to relax and visit other exhibitors.

Post show
   □ Follow up on leads.
   □ Review goals from show and take notes for 2019.
   □ Reserve booth space for 2019 to take advantage of early registration prices.

Exhibitor Forms

Century II Utilities Order Form | Use this form to order electricity, hard-line Internet, Wi-Fi, forklift, etc. 
Helgerson Order Form | Use this form to order furnishings (tables, carpet, chairs, etc.) for your booth space.
Wireless Internet Instructions & Options | Use to order Wi-Fi on show day.

Door Prize Form
Door prizes help attract qualified leads and serve to promote your business! If your door prize is under $100 in value, we encourage you to promote it in your pre-show marketing and from your booth the day of the show.  

If your door prize is valued at $100 or more, fill out the form below by Thursday, Sept. 6 to be included in pre-show marketing.

The Chamber will provide marketing support by promoting your door prize in pre-show marketing, including on the Exposure website, the Wichita Eagle special publication and in the event program. 

You will conduct your door prize drawing at your exhibit and be responsible for following up with the winner to award the prize. 

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Exhibitor Move-In Process

Booth Move In Schedule - Sept. 26
Booths 901-1037 | Begin at 10 a.m.
Booths 500-838 & 1200s | Begin at Noon
Booths 100-419 | Begin at 2:00

  • Unload at the west dock - hand carts will be available
  • Return carts to loading dock asap after unloading at booth
  • Please park vehicles in lot on east side after unloading
  • Enter through east attendee doors with carry in items (no dollies through these doors)

Booths need to be set by 5 p.m. on Sept. 26!

Tabletop Move In Schedule - Sept. 27
Begin at 7:30 a.m. | Must be done by 9:30 a.m.
Tabletops can also move in anytime on Sept. 26

The Expo Hall will be locked at 6 p.m. on Sept. 26. Security will be on-site until 7 a.m. on Sept. 27.

If you have an over-sized exhibit or an automobile please contact Rachel Douglass at 316-268-1129 for special move-in timing and instructions.

*Note: Only the east attendee doors will be open for move-in on Sept. 26.  
 

Attendance Info

Show attendance is free for business professionals. Pre-register for free online HERE to expedite the check-in process. 

Attendees must abide by the stated attendance policy:
Product/service demonstration or solicitation of business, including but not limited to literature distribution by non-exhibitors is strictly prohibited. Show management has the sole discretion and right to immediately remove violator(s) from the event area.

Exposure is for business professionals. Please no luggage carts, strollers, wagons or children under 18. Show management reserves the right to ask attendees to leave the show floor.
 

Parking & Directions

Exposure is held at Century II Convention Center, 225 W. Douglas, in downtown Wichita.

Free parking is available at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium with FREE shuttle service every 7-10 minutes.

Metered parking is available in the Century II parking lot. 

Click here for directions and additional parking information.
 

Exhibitor FAQ

When can I move in my booth display? 
To ensure availability of loading docks and handcarts, the 2018 Booth Move-in Schedule is as follows on Wednesday, September 26, 2018:

  • Booths #900-1200s move in beginning at 10 a.m.
  • Booths #500-838 move in beginning Noon
  • Booths #100-419 move in beginning at 2 p.m.

Booths must be in place and ready by 5 PM on September 26.

Expo Hall will close at 6 p.m. on Sept. 26. Security will be on premises from 6 p.m. until 7 a.m. on September 27.

  • Vehicles | Please contact Rachel Douglass at 316-268-1127 for special move-in instructions.
  • If your booth is a large scale display, please contact Rachel Douglass to coordinate your move-in process.

Tabletop exhibitors are welcome to move in beginning at 3 p.m. on Sept. 26 but are not required to move in that day. Tabletop exhibits may set up on Sept. 27 beginning at 7:30 a.m. Exhibits must be ready by 9:30 a.m. on Sept. 27.

I need electricity and carpet, how do I get these items?
Electricity can be ordered directly through Century II.  

Booth decorations such as carpet, extra tables, draping, or greenery can be ordered through Henry Helgerson Co. 

Please note there are special deadlines to return these forms for best pricing!

What comes with my booth purchase? 
Included with each 10'x10' booth price is a booth sign with your registered exhibitor name, an 8’ back drop and 3’ high divider curtain on each side, one 6’ skirted table and two chairs. Several standard booths will have one side that is the 8' backdrop of an endcap booth. Pipe and draping will be black.  

Electricity must be ordered from Century II Convention Services at an additional expense. Exhibitors must supply their own extension cords and power strips. Order early to save money! Rates go up if ordered the day of the show. 
 

Exposure Planning Committee

A big thank you to our Exposure committee for their time and effort to make the show possible!

Vanesa Barnard, Jason's Deli
Tara Clary, High Touch Technologies 
Chris French, Cox Business
Hannah Hawkins, The Hawkins Group, Inc.
Marilyn Lee, Scott Rice Promotional Products 
Crystal McDonald, Xclusive
Brandy Meyers, The Wichita Eagle
Marj Nardi, Evergreen Engraving
Maddie Nevins, Kent Audio Visual
Bill Ramsey, uBreakiFix 
Jessi Rios, Entercom Communications Corp.
Brett Schauf, T&J Studios
Kevin Steckley, Syndeo Outsourcing
Katy Timken, NCRI
 

350 W Douglas Ave
Wichita, KS 67202
316.265.7771 | info@wichitachamber.org