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nceca booths

updated tue 4 apr 00


Louis H.. Katz on mon 3 apr 00

Dear Clayart,
I was made aware of some innaccuracies in a post I
made concerning commercial and non-profit booths.
Here is more correct and complete information. I
am sorry for any problems this may have caused.

1. Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making
Ilustrated have always paid full price for the
commercial booth spaces that these two magazines

2. The complimentary exchange is between
NCECA and The American Ceramic Society (ACerS)
This started out in 1996 when NCECA traded ACerS
a booth space at Rochester for an NCECA booth
space at the ACerS Annual Meeting. The trade
did not and does not have anything to do with
free advertising.

3. CM did provide NCECA a substantial
amount of free advertising in 1998 and 1999 for
the show they cohosted in Columbus.

4. In addition they promoted NCECA by
doing the conference previews in 1999 and 2000.
They plan to continue doing this for the benefit
of thier readers and at no cost to NCECA.

I believe that anyone can purchase a
commercial booth at NCECA, regardless of an
organization's nonprofit status. The only
stipulation is that the booth cannot be shared
with another organization. "

If there are any questions about getting
Commercial space or what you can do with it,
please call Reggie at 1 (800) 99 NCECA.

Louis Katz
NCECA Director of Electronic Communication and
Texas A&M-CC Division of Visual and Performing
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