2024 Spring Conference Exhibitors

ACWA’s 2024 Spring Conference & Expo is May 7 – 9 at the SAFE Credit Union Convention Center in Sacramento, CA.

Reach decision makers in the water community!

ACWA conferences are the premier destination for water industry professionals to learn and connect with over 1,600 registered attendees.

ACWA conferences give you direct access to Senior Management, General Managers, Attorneys, Directors, Engineers, Operations, Financial Managers, Presidents/Vice Presidents and other water industry professionals in the California water community.

Why Exhibit with ACWA?

  • Network with over 1,600 water industry professionals
  • Establish and build long-lasting customer relationships
  • Showcase your company’s brand, products and services to water industry decision makers
  • Maintain relationships with existing clients
  • Connect directly with key water industry prospects in one place
  • Display your company in front of your key audience through sponsorship

Exhibitor Registration

Your organization and booth personnel must be set-up in ACWA’s database in order to register. Please contact portal@acwa.com for assistance.

** ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED **
Any substitutions and new booth staff registrants will be taken care of onsite at the ACWA Exhibitor Registration desk beginning Tuesday, May 7.

Exhibitor Terms & Conditions

ACWA Code of Conduct

Booth Rates

  • Associate Exhibitor – $1,650 (per 8′ x 10′) Standard booth, or $1,950 (per 8’x10′) Premium booth*
  • Non-Associate Exhibitor** – $3,300 (per 8′ x 10′) Standard booth

*Premium booths are considered high traffic areas and are only available to ACWA Associate exhibitors.                                (Available on a first come, first serve basis)

**Become an ACWA Associate and save 50%!   You’ll receive all of the benefits of an ACWA Associate, including the opportunity to participate in ACWA’s sponsorship program providing special benefits and recognition at Fall Conference. See 2024 ACWA Associate flyer and contact Joseph Ramos for details.

What’s Included with Exhibit Booth Registration?

  • Exhibit booth space (8’ deep x 10’ wide) includes 8’ draped back wall and 3’ draped side walls.
  • Exhibitor I.D. Sign and Number
  • Conference Registration for two (2) allotted Exhibit booth personnel – includes access to designated ACWA meal functions.    (Additional booth personnel are purchased separately).
  • Pre-conference and post-conference attendees list
  • Listing on the Conference Mobile App with your company name, logo, booth number, description, contact information, hyperlink to company website, and direct link to booth location on Exhibit hall map.

Exhibit Hall Schedule* and Hours (PST)

Date Time Activity
Tuesday, May 7 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Move in
All exhibits must be in place by 4 pm
Tuesday, May 7 5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall
Booth staff must be present
Wednesday, May 8 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Regular Exhibit Hall hours
Wednesday, May 8 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. ACWA Reception in Exhibit Hall
Booth staff must be present
Thursday, May 9 7:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Regular Exhibit Hall hours
Thursday, May 9 11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Move out
Exhibit Hall must be vacated by 4:30 p.m.

*Schedule subject to change.

Exhibitor Opportunities

ACWA exhibitors can connect with the California water community through unique conference opportunities including:

  • Sponsorship opportunities: Main Stage, Meal Functions, Receptions and more!
  • Exhibitor Spotlight Email (10 spots)
  • Exclusive Email Advertising (2 spots)
  • Exhibitor Cash Prize Contribution
  • Exhibitor Mobile App Activities

For more information contact Joseph Ramos at josephr@acwa.com or (916) 669-2429.

What’s Happening in Exhibit Hall?

Dedicated Exhibit Hall Hours
One-on-one time with key decision makers who are looking for the products and services you offer.

Receptions and Meals
Connect with the water community during our popular Tuesday Welcome Reception and Wednesday Evening Reception in the exhibit hall; enjoy additional time with attendees during Wednesday’s Continental Breakfast and Networking Luncheon in the exhibit hall as well as close up final sales during Thursday morning’s Continental Breakfast.

Prize Drawings and More
With Exhibitor Mobile App activities and lots of fun prizes  – attendees love to hang out in the Exhibit Hall!

Official Service Contractor

Need shipping or booth furniture? American Exposition Services (AES) is our official services contractor. Furniture, carpet, electricity and internet access are not provided by ACWA, but may be ordered through AES Marketplace.  Advanced Warehouse Shipping is preferred and the best way to ship your booth materials. AES Marketplace online order information and shipping/material handling guidelines will be emailed AES.  (Please sure to add them to your accepted email list!)

SPECIAL!  AES has created a special discounted package for ACWA exhibitors which includes either a 4ft or 6ft table with two chairs. Order early for special pricing.

Questions? Contact AES
American Exposition Services
1341 North Market, Suite 300
Sacramento, CA 95834
Phone: (916) 925-3976
Fax: (916) 925-3975
Email: info@american-expo.com

Hotel Information

ACWA has secured a discounted Group hotel room block at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento and Hyatt Regency Sacramento hotels (subject to availability). 

Registered exhibitors/booth staff will receive an email from ACWA with the hotel registration link.  You MUST register as an Exhibitor or Allotted Booth Staff FIRST in order to receive the hotel information. If you do not receive this email, please contact ACWA Events at events@acwa.com.

Fraudulent Housing Alert

Please be advised that Exhibition Management companies are contacting ACWA exhibitors implying that they have been contracted by ACWA to handle all exhibitor housing.  ACWA has not contracted with any housing company and any information provided to them may be used for fraudulent purposes. 

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