cite as: F. Bi. 2009. 4th I‘C’CC: pay no attention to the exhibitors. Intl. J. Inact., 2:87
We are pleased to offer 14 table-top exhibit spaces [at the conference] in a prime location at this year’s host hotel, the Marriott Magnificent Mile, Chicago. […]
Booth fee of $1,000 includes:
- 2 full conference registrations (includes all meals and sessions)
- 1 six-foot table
- 2 chairs
- 1 wastebasket
Meanwhile, event “co-sponsors” do not need to fork out any cash; they just need to provide speakers and an audience. Which means the exhibitors are co-sponsors, while the “co-sponsors” are attendees. Or perhaps the exhibitors are actually “Cosponsor Exhibitors” [cached], while the “co-sponsors” are, I don’t know, co-sponsoring co-sponsors. Or something.