Sponsorships, Exhibiting, and Advertising

Information about purchasing exhibit space and advertisements in the Program is available by clicking here.

To purchase an exhibit booth online by credit card, visit: http://bit.ly/ncphExhibitBooth

Please consider sponsoring one of the following NCPH events at the annual meeting:

Event Sponsor Co-Sponsor
Name Badges/Lanyards  TAKEN $2,000 ——
Opening Reception ——- $1,300
Printed Conference Program $2,000 $1,300
Wireless Internet Sponsor $2,000 $1,300
Annual Meeting Mobile App $1,750 ——
Public Plenary —– $975
Awards Breakfast and Keynote Speaker TAKEN $1,000 $700
Snack Break $1,000 —–
Coffee Break $700 —–
New Member Breakfast $700 $450
Public History Educators’ Breakfast —– $450
NCPH THATCamp Bootcamp TAKEN $600 $400
Speed Networking —– $400
Printed Award Program   TAKEN $500 $350
The Commons – a gathering space —- $350
Poster Session Reception —– $450
Consultants Reception —– $325
Promotional Item- Your logo in one color
(Distributed to all attendees)
$2,500 n/a

*The promotional item will be an environmentally friendly product such as a cotton tote bag, corn-based biodegradable coffee mug, or 100% recycled paper notepads. Please contact us for more details.

Many thanks to our 2016 Conference Sponsors to date!


Canada’s History — Printed Awards Program
Historic Hampton, Inc.
Hampton National Historic Site bus tour
John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage Coffee Break
Maryland Historical SocietyProgram Images
Maryland Humanities Council — Public Plenary
Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media Coffee Break
Stevenson UniversityBanjos in the Museum Session
University of California Press Coffee Break
University of Central FloridaTHATCamp Bootcamp
University of Louisiana Lafayette — Awards Breakfast and Keynote Address
University of Maryland, Baltimore County Opening Reception
University of Massachusetts Amherst Name Badges


American Association for State and Local History — Speed Networking
The American West Center, University of Utah Public History Educators’ Breakfast
Central Connecticut State University The Commons
UMass Boston History Department/Public History Track — The Commons
The National Park ServiceNPS 50th Anniversary Symposium
Smithsonian Institution NPS 50th Anniversary Symposium
Alder, LLC Consultants’ Reception
American Association for State and Local History — Consultants’ Reception
Historical Research Associates Consultants’ Reception
History Works — Consultants’ Reception
Littlefield Historical ResearchConsultants’ Reception
Patrick Cox Consultants — Consultants’ Reception
Northwest History Network — Consultants’ Reception
Stevens Historical Research AssociatesConsultants’ Reception
William Willingham – Consultants’ Reception

Exhibitors to date

American Association for State and Local History
American Cultural Resources Association
Arcadia Publishing and The History Press
Clio – Marshall University
German Historical Institute
Goucher College: Welch Center for Graduate and Professional Studies and Master of Arts in Historic Preservation
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Johns Hopkins University Press
Next Exit History
Project Liberty Ship / SS John W Brown
Rowman & Littlefield
Society for History in the Federal Government
The Ultimate History Project
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
University of Louisiana Lafayette
University of Massachusetts Press
West Virginia University

With materials from:
Harvard University Press
The University of Arizona Press