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BIALA Annual Conference
Exhibitor Form

The BIALA Annual Conference presents an incomparable opportunity to promote your organization to highly specialized professionals and strengthen your brand identity. Exhibitors will enjoy direct access to the leaders in our state and region who are helping to shape the future of brain and spinal cord injury treatment and rehabilitation.

BIALA Annual Conference Exhibitor Online Application

EXHIBITOR TYPE
  • Table in Vendor Exhibition area, with up to 2 people per table.
  • Access to the conference for 2 individuals with complimentary meals.
  • Listed as a vendor on BIALA website.
*There is a flat fee for those seeking CEUs: $50 per person.
  • Table in Vendor Exhibition area, with up to 2 people per table.
  • Access to the conference for 2 individuals with complimentary meals.
  • Listed as a vendor on BIALA website.
*There is a flat fee for those seeking CEUs: $50 per person.
General Contact Information
If Yes, list discipline:
If Yes, list dietary restrictions:
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If Yes, list dietary restrictions:
If Yes, please submit $20 electrical set up fee.
Authorization for Photo,Video, or Audio Recording of Presentation: 
I grant permission to BIALA, itsrepresentatives, employees and volunteers the right to take photographs, videoand/or audio recordings in connection with any educational presentation, andauthorize BIALA, its assigns and transferees the right to use or publish samein print or electronically.My name and date entered below is myapproval for BIALA to use photographs/video/audio recordings of me (with orwithout my name) for any lawful purpose, including education, publicity,illustration, advertising, and web content.

Please fill out our exhibitor form above, or click the button to download a paper copy.

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In between my therapies, I wanted to keep moving forward so I reached out to find some ideas of ways to keep my brain working. They were so helpful and friendly and gave me many great ideas to try. We were even laughing together, and it made it feel like I was talking to a friend.

Bobby Bodin

Individual with TBI

Participating in the virtual support groups has brightened my days and helps me feel less alone and depressed. Thank you for looking out for people with disabilities and making sure we stay connected to others.

Shannon Charleston

Individual with TBI

When I called the helpline, I was so happy to learn about the trust fund I could apply for. I had no clue about it but am glad I know now because living with a brain injury is expensive and hard. The lady I spoke with was so nice, took the time to answer all my questions, and made me laugh. She gave me some hope and that is pretty cool.

Harry Thomas

Individual with TBI