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Schwob School of Music

Schwob School of Music

 

Advertising and Exhibitor Information
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Below are all of the details regarding advertising space in ISSAC's printed program and the reservation of exhibit space in ISSAC's Exhibit Hall. Advertising and exhibit requests require different forms along with payment.

 


Advertising in printed program

Advertising space is available in the ISSAC printed program which will be an 8.5” x 5.5” booklet with a color cover.

Ad space is available at the following rates:

  • $250: Outside back cover (color ads only)
  • $200: Inside cover - front or back (color ads only)
  • $170/$150: Full page ad ($170 for color; $150 black/white)
  • $100: 1/2 page ad (black/white only)
  • $50: 1/4 page ad (black/white only)

Advertising Specifications

All ads must be submitted as JPEG or PDFfiles (300 dpi minimum) and must comply with the sizes below:

Type Size

Cover (color only)

8” H x 5” W

Full page (color or black/white)

8” H x 5” W

1/2 page (black/white only)

4” H x 5” W (landscape)

1/4 page (black/white only)

2” H x 5” W (landscape)


To reserve ad space in the ISSAC printed program, please complete the Program Advertising Form. Please make checks PAYABLE TO:  Columbus State University (ISSAC)

Please mail checks and both forms to:

Amy Griffiths, ISSAC Director
Schwob School of Music
Columbus State University
4225 University Ave.
Columbus, GA 31907
USA

All advertising registration information and payment must be must received by October 1, 2014.

Placement of ads (beyond those on the inside/outside of the cover) will be determined on a first come/first served basis, however ISSAC reserves the right to determine final ad placement.

Please direct all questions to Amy Griffiths, ISSAC Director (griffiths_amy@columbusstate.edu or office phone: 706.649.7288).


Exhibiting in Exhibit Hall


The 2014 ISSAC Exhibit Hall will be in a large rehearsal room that will be locked and secured at the close of exhibits each day.

Exhibit Hours*

Exhibit Hours
Installation Thursday, October 23, 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Daily Open Hours Friday, October 24, 10:00am – 1:00pm and 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Saturday, October 25, 10:00am – 4:00pm
Dismantling Sunday, October 26, 10:00am - 2:00pm

*PLEASE NOTE: The "Daily Open Hours" are specifically dedicated to the exhibits and have been carefully structured around the masterclasses (the exhibits share some overlap with the competition rounds). If the final schedule does not allow for an official lunch break for exhibitors, arrangements can be made for ISSAC staff members to take lunch orders for exhibitors who may not be able to leave the booths.

Exhibit Space

A basic space reservation costs $300 and includes:

  • 1 six-foot table
  • wireless internet access
  • access to electrical outlets
  • Inclusion of company name on the exhibitor list in the ISSAC printed program (for a more substantial presence in the ISSAC program, see Advertising Space details above)
  • 2 chairs

Additional tables can be secured for $200 each.

To reserve exhibit space, please complete the Exhibitor Space Reservation Form and the Release of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement. Please make checks PAYABLE TO: Columbus State University (ISSAC)

Please mail checks and both forms to:

Amy Griffiths, ISSAC Director
Schwob School of Music
Columbus State University
4225 University Ave.
Columbus, GA 31907
USA

The deadline for reservations is October 13, 2014 (October 1 for those who wish to be listed in the ISSAC program).

Shipping

If an exhibitor requires items to be shipped prior to the start of ISSAC, please mail materials directly to:

Amy Griffiths, ISSAC Director
Schwob School of Music
900 Broadway
Columbus, GA 31901

General Regulations

  • All fees must be paid in full prior to the installation of any exhibit.
  • Each booth must be staffed at all times during open exhibit hours.
  • The exhibit hall will be secured at the close of exhibit hours each day. During active exhibit hours, the exhibitors are responsible for securing and watching over their own exhibit spaces.