44th Annual Association of Jewish Libraries Convention
Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers
301 E. North Water Street Chicago, IL 60611
July 5-8, 2009
Would you like to reach hundreds of Judaica professionals from around the world? Join us as the Association of Jewish Libraries presents its 44nd annual convention in Chicago July 5-8, 2009.
Our members represent synagogues and schools, major universities, research centers, and other settings. You can participate in a number of ways
You can support the work of this respected and successful organization, while bringing your own work or good wishes to the members’ attention. Information about Advertising, Exhibits, and Sponsorships may be found here.
The deadline for these opportunities is MAY 27, 2009.
Credit card payments will be processed via PayPal.
All single booths will be set with (1) 6 x 30 table and (2) chairs.
Cost = $300 per table
Half-table price = $175
Table with no sales rep [books only] = $125
Double booth (2) tables = $500
Larger booths will be individually priced: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for full ad specs. Please note the special discount on full page ads available to exhibitors.
Exhibitors $400, Non-exhibitors $450
Eighth page (business card)
placement on AJL Convention web page (to run May 1- July 10, 2009)
Please note we have a new discount offer! If you also purchase advertising for 1 year in the AJL Newsletter (4 issues, beginning in Fall 2009), you can receive a 5%-15% discount on your Convention Program Ad.
Please contact Shoshanah Seidman at (847) 491-7585 or email@example.com if you are interested in any of the following sponsorship opportunities.
Keynote speaker: Peter Hayes, Prof. Northwestern University
Sunday, July 5
Exhibit Hall Coffee Break
July 6 (am)
July 6 (pm)
July 7 (am)
July 7 (pm)
Special sessions: Israel, Yiddish & Israeli Theater, Music, Jewish Art
Complimentary Meals for Speakers and Volunteers
Reception in honor of Mrs. Barbara Schneider-Kempf, General Direktor, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
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