Become an Exhibitor
Now in its sixth year, the Angus Convention is headed west. The industry-leading event, hosted by the American Angus Association ®, is defined by quality education seminars, a solution-oriented trade show, Certified Angus Beef ® brand meals, valuable networking opportunities and the Annual Convention of Delegates for the Association.
The common tie of the Angus Convention participants is their personal commitment to quality beef advancement on all levels of the production chain — from seedstock producers to commercial cow-calf, and the feeder to the packer. These cattlemen and women are eager to explore the newest technology, discuss the latest ideas and insights, and share what’s working for them.
The trade show is the highlight of the Angus Convention and gives you the opportunity to see—and be seen by—a high concentration of individuals who make and/or influence farm and ranch buying decisions. Meals, refreshment breaks and receptions are scheduled in the trade show to maximize traffic and draw the people you want to meet.
Reserve a space for your business by downloading a contract or by contacting Jaclyn Upperman, director of events and education, at 816.383.5147 or JUpperman@angus.org.
View all sponsorship opportunities here.
Commercial Exhibitor Contract
Commercial exhibitors featuring products and services such as but not limited to: livestock equipment, ranching/farming supplies, marketing/consulting services, animal health products, veterinary services, etc.
Angus Breeder Exhibitor Contract
To qualify for the Angus Breeder rate, booth must meet these criteria: 1) active member of the American Angus Association, 2) booth must promote registered Angus cattle/genetics, 3) booth cannot be used to sell or promote commercial services.
Retail Merchandise Exhibitor Contract
To qualify for the Retail Merchandise rate, booth must meet these criteria: 1) retail items for consumer purchase such as but not limited to: jewelry, clothing, art, home décor, books, gifts, etc., 2) booth cannot be used to sell or promote commercial services.