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The ACRM–ASNR Annual Conference is the world’s largest forum focusing on interdisciplinary rehabilitation research. This conference audience is highly concentrated with thought-leaders in the field of rehabilitation research. Attendees are researchers, providers and clinicians dedicated to delivering best practices and support advocacy efforts to

2011 ACRM-ASNR Annual Conference

Progress in Rehabilitation Research

ensure adequate public funding for research endeavors. These are project directors from many of the traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury model systems, principal investigators from leading medical centers around the world, and leaders of major government agencies that fund rehabilitation research. Due to the highly successful nature of these sponsorships, they do sell quickly — so don’t delay, inquire TODAY…

www.acrm.org

www.asnr.com

ACRM contact Judy Reuter at jreuter@acrm.org or +1.317.471.8760 ASNR contact: Shannon Wild at shannonwild@llmsi.com +1.952.543.5349

American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

www.ACRM.org/annual-conference

11654 Plaza America Drive, Suite 535 Reston, Virginia 20190 TEL: +1.317.471.8760 • FAX: +1.866.692.1619 www.acrm.org

Oc tober 11 – 15, 2011 / H yat t Regency / Atl anta , GEORGIA

2011


Sponsorship Opportunities

2011 ACRM-ASNR Annual Conference

Progress in Rehabilitation Research

Sponsorships are constantly selling and going fast. This table does not reflect current availability levels. Many more sponsorships have been sold since this document was created 8/1/11. NOTE:

COST

# OPPS

1,000 3,000 5,000 1,000 1,000 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,500

15 10 5 5 5 1 1 29 20 9 15

Lanyards SCI-SIG Meeting Stroke Networking Group Outcome Measurement Networking Group Early Career Course Mitchell Rosenthal Lecture

1,000 1,500 3,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 3,500

30 2 1 1 3 3 3 3 0

Deborah Wilkerson Early Career Award Hotel Door Drop Focus Group

2,500 2,500 2,500

1 3 3

Pre-Conference Courses

3,000

6

General Sponsorship

A nn ua l Confer ence

Supporting Large PRIMARY

Bag Insert Chair Drop Name Badges Power Station Symposium Reserved Table at Gala Continental Breakfast Exhibit Booth Conference Journal

Full Page Ad Full Page Ad Inside Cover Primary Sponsor: Full Page Ad Back Cover

SOLD!

BENEFITS / NOTES General Sponsorship funds are used collectively to help defray costs to help ensure a quality conference Sponsors provide printed flyers that will be inserted into all attendee conference bags Flyers (provided by sponsors) will be placed on audience chairs during the Plenary session(s) Sponsor logo is imprinted prominently on all name badges Area in exhibit hall for attendees to charge mobile devices Each symposium topic has a targeted audience of attendees who directly benefit from presented topics. Reserve a table at the gala for your group and be recognized with signage Informal networking atmosphere for all attendees. Up to three sponsors per breakfast / per day Exhibitors receive one skirted table for the duration of the conference. The booth may be staffed or unattended. 48+ paged spiral-bound “at-a-glance” booklet-sized guide containing the agenda. Heavily used by attendees throughout the conference, advertisers receive continuous exposure and high visibility. All ads are full-paged, 4-color. Premium ad placement on inside front cover or inside back cover (sold separately) Desirable premium ad placement on Back Cover PLUS logo watermark placement prominently on the Notes pages Lanyards are custom-printed with your organization’s name and logo prominently featured on the strap Support the SCI special interest group general business meeting during conference Support the Stroke networking group general business meeting during conference All Conference Support the Outcomes Measurement networking group general business meeting at the conference sponsorships Full-day workshop is marketed to attendees in the early stages of their careers in rehabilitation medicine include: Given in ‘even’ years, this lecture honors Mitchell Rosenthal, PhD and is given on a topic of • Recognition in brain injury rehabilitation the Conference Support the Wilkerson Award recipient’s paper presentation Program Flyers provided by sponsor will be ‘dropped’ at attendees’ hotel door • Signage at the Let us help you arrange a customized focus group comprised of attendees. event Gain invaluable insight into this specialized audience. Each course is presented on a cutting-edge topic in the field of rehabilitation research. See details at: www.acrm.org/preconference

All opportunities listed offer full and co-sponsorships. Sponsorships are customizable to the specific needs of your organization. For more information, please contact…

ACRM contact Judy Reuter at jreuter@acrm.org or +1.317.471.8760 ASNR contact: Shannon Wild at shannonwild@llmsi.com +1.952.543.5349

www.ACRM.org/annualconference


Sponsorship Opportunities

2011 ACRM-ASNR Annual Conference

Sponsorships are constantly selling and going fast. This table does not reflect current availability levels. Many more sponsorships have been sold since this document was created 8/1/11. NOTE:

# OPPS

3,000 3,500 3,500

2 3 1

Daily Refreshment Break

3,500

6

Bernie Brucker Memorial Luncheon

3,500

3

Conference Registration Desk Early Career Social

3,500 3,500

1 3

ASNR Outstanding Neurorehabilitation Clinician Scientist Lectureship ASNR Kenneth Viste, Jr. MD Memorial Lectureship BI-ISIG General Business Session Hotel Key Cards Attendee Bags SOLD! Email Station Relaxation Station Presidents’ Welcome Reception with Exhibitors

3,500

1

3,500 4,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000

1 1 1 1 1 1

5,000 12,500

3 1

5,000 20,000

5 1

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COST Plenary Sessions Sheldon Berrol Memorial Chautauqua Coulter Lecture

For attendees from outside the U.S.

SOLD!

Supporting Sponsor Primary Sponsor

Henry B. Betts Awards Gala Supporting Sponsor Primary Sponsor

BENEFITS / NOTES Plenary sessions run unopposed allowing for higher attendance and providing maximum exposure for sponsors The Chautauqua is organized by the ACRM BI-ISIG to explore the values, ethics and humanism in brain injury treatment Distinguished lectureship created to honor John Stanley Coulter, MD in commemoration of his many contributions to medical rehabilitation AM and PM sponsorships available for each day — prime networking time. Sponsorship includes the opportunity to distribute promotional items. The lunch provides an opportunity for International attendees to meet and foster greater interdisciplinary rehabilitation across borders All Conference Sponsors receive prominent signage on display at the registration desk sponsorships A Welcome Reception for Early Career Course attendees, mentors and committee members include: prior to the beginning of the course the following day. • Recognition in The ASNR’s Outstanding Neurorehabilitation Clinician Scientist Lectureship is presented the Conference during the conference Program The ASNR’s Viste Lectureship is presented during the conference • Signage at the The brain injury special interest group general business meeting is where the business of the ISIG is done. event Hotel key cards will be imprinted with the conference name and the sponsor’s logo Conference bags are given out to attendees at registration for use throughout the conference. Bank of computers available for attendees to login and check email. Computer screens displays sponsor logo. Designated relaxation area for attendees to be determined (massage area, quiet lounge, etc.) Opening social event in the Exhibit Hall for all attendees and exhibitors to network and view exhibits. Attendees include the ACRM Board of Governors, Committee Chairs, and invited guests. Sponsorship includes signage and recognition commensurate with sponsorship level. ACRM and ASNR honor their members with special recognition and awards presentations at this ticketed event. Gala is open to all meeting attendees, exhibitors and sponsors. Attendees mix, mingle and enjoy a wonderful evening. Headlining Gala sponsor

All opportunities listed offer full and co-sponsorships. Sponsorships are customizable to the specific needs of your organization. For more information, please contact…

*Pricing of unsold items subject to change.

Progress in Rehabilitation Research

ACRM contact Judy Reuter at jreuter@acrm.org or +1.317.471.8760 ASNR contact: Shannon Wild at shannonwild@llmsi.com +1.952.543.5349

www.ACRM.org/annualconference

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