National Electrical Contractors Association
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
October 12–15, 2013
A Different Kind of Power.
The Show for Those Who Power the World
the #1 show for Electrical and Datacom
Professionals in North America
Few organizations can claim over a century of industry leadership. The National
Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) is the strongest electrical construction
organization in North America. The NECA Show is the largest exposition for any
and all electrical needs, including power supply, security systems, integrated
building systems, lighting and controls. NECA contractors continually set
industry standards for traditional electrical work, and now they have expanded
into the burgeoning energy efficiency, sustainable construction, and renewable
In these tough economic times, achieving effective results demands a paradigm
shift that can only be realized with exposure to new thoughts and ideas. The
NECA Show provides opportunities to make valuable connections with highly
qualified customers and prospects that need your solutions. And, all in just three
days! Book your space today for NECA 2013 Washington DC. It’s the Show for
Those Who Power the World!
Associations/Foundations Power Quality & Distribution
Boxes & Enclosures Publications
Building Automation & Controls Safety Equipment & Apparel
Codes, Standards, Certifications Security
Computer Hardware & Equipment Services: Financial, Insurance,
Conduit, Raceway, Wireway Retirement, other
Connections & Terminations Software
Distributor Solar Energy / PV
Energy Efficiency Structured Wiring/Cabling
Fasteners, Hangers, Clamps, & Switches and Switchgear
Supports Testing Equipment
Fire/Life Safety Tools
Grounding & Bonding Training
Heavy Equipment Transformers
Home Automation Transmission & Distribution
Ladders, Lifts & Platforms Equipment
Lighting & Controls Underground Equipment
Low Voltage: Voice/Data/Video, Vehicles & Vehicle Equipment
Fiber Optics Wind Energy
Motors & Motor Controls
Online & Web Services
“t he annual NEcA convention & show is our #1 information resource for the electrical
construction industry. the cutting-edge products, services, and education ensure our
leadership position in this very competitive market. if you are planning to diversify your business,
there is no better place to learn how to capitalize on alternative energy opportunities."
—Dennis Nelson, Mojave Electric, Las Vegas NV
How do you describe yourself How many times have you attended
professionally? the annual NECA Convention and
President/Key Exec 20%
First 10 or
Proj Mgr/Supervisor 14%
Apprentice 4% Twice 6–9
13% 3–5 times
Educator/Instructor 2% 40% 17%
Source: 2011 NECA Show Attendee Survey Source: 2011 NECA Show Attendee Survey
Do you regularly attend any other What are the reasons you attended
industry trade shows? NECA 2011 San Diego?
Looking for new products 75%
Network with colleagues 61%
Yes Board and Committee meetings 40%
No Social functions 39%
Other 11% 80%
Source: 2011 NECA Show Attendee Survey Source: 2011 NECA Show Attendee Survey
Type of Work Performed
Source: 2012 NECA Member Profile
rEAsoNs to Exhibit iN thE NEcA shoW
n Be a part of the largest electrical construction industry event in North America
n Best ROI in the business
n Exclusive invitation to submit technical workshop presentations for consideration
n Exhibitors can attend many education sessions too…FREE!
n FREE lunch for exhibitor personnel each day. Great value…great networking
n Invite your customers to attend the show with FREE print & electronic coupons
n More buyers & specifiers than any other industry event
n Participate in the preeminent NECA Showstopper Awards
n Test new product ideas & get real-time industry feedback
n Unparalleled networking opportunity, develop new leads
PrEVious AttENDEEs iNcLuDE (among many others)
Alcan Electrical & Engineers • Allison-Smith Co • American Electrical Construction Inc • Bana Electric Corp • Blackwater Electric
Co Inc • Broadway Electrical Construction Inc • Bruce & Merrilees Electric Co • Cache Valley Electric Co • Cavanaugh Electrical
Contracting Inc • Chapel Electric Co LLC • Chapel-Romanoff Technologies LLC • Christenson Electric Inc • Cleveland Electric •
Cogburn Bros Electric Inc • Coghlin Electrical Contractors • Collins Electric Co • Commercial Electric Inc • Connelly Electric
Co • Connors-Haas Inc • Contra Costa Electric Inc • Cranston Electric Inc • Crescent Electric • Cupertino Electric • D. Suehiro
Electric Inc • Dagostino Electronic Services • Delta Services LLC • Dixie Electric Co • Dixon Electrical Systems & Contracting Inc •
Driscoll Electric • Dynalectric Co • Edison Electric Co Inc • Edward G Sawyer Co • Eldor Contracting Corp • EMCOR Construction
Services • ES Boulos Co • Ferguson Electric Construction Co Inc • Fisk Electric Co • Florida East Coast Contractors • Fuellgraf
Electric Co • Grand-Kahn Electric • Granite City Electric • Grant-Neil Electric Inc • Green Electric Inc • Gulf Electric Company Inc •
Hewitt Young Electric LLC • Hilscher-Clarke Electric Co • Holmes Electric • Industrial Electric Co • Industrial Power and Lighting
Corp • J Ranck Electric Inc • John Mills Electric Inc • Kelso-Burnett Co • Kilian Electrical Service Inc • KND Licensed Electrical
Contracting & Services • Lan-Tel Communications Inc • Lighthouse Electric Co Inc • Linder & Associates Inc • M. L. Schmitt
Inc • Massbay Electrical Corp • McPhee Electric Ltd • Miller Electric Co • MNR Electrical Contracting • Morgan Mechanical
Contractors Inc • Morrow-Meadows Corp • Nelson Electric Co • North Star Electric • O'Connell Electric Co • Oneida Electrical
Contractors Inc • Ostrow Electrical Company Inc • Pacific Lighting and Electrical Inc • Palmeri Electric • PAR Electrical Contractors
Inc • Paulson Electric • Prime Electric Inc • Quanta Services Inc • Regent Electric Co Inc • Roman Electric Company • Romanoff
Electric Co LLC • Rosendin Electric • S & S Taylan Electric Inc • Sachs Electric Co • Sano-Rubin Construction Co Inc • Sequoyah
Electric LLC • Shaw Electric Co • Shelley Electric Inc • Southern Contracting Co • Sprig Electric Company Inc • Sullivan
& McLaughlin • T & T Electric Inc • Thompson Electric Co • Tri-City Electric Company Inc • Totem Electric of Tacoma
Inc • United Electric Company Inc • Universal Electric • Valley Electrical Consolidated Inc • Wasatch Electric Div. of
Dynalectric • Wheeler Electric Inc • Yates Electric Service Inc • Yellowstone Electric Co • York River Electric Inc
NECA CONTRACTORS ARE BUYERS/SPECIFIERS
83% of contractors report receiving incomplete plans and specs
NECA contractors make brand substitutions approximately 70% of the time
More than 8 in 10 electrical contractors report having a “medium” or “high” ability to
influence in the overall electrical design or specifications with building owners or design
Source: 2012 Electrical Contractor Magazine Profile Study
Sign up today! Latest details available at
The Show for Those Who Power the World
3 Bethesda Metro Center | Suite 1100 | Bethesda, MD 20814
Julie Duda, Exposition Sales Manager
t 770.632.0044 | f 770.632.7922
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.necaconvention.org
STep 1: RESERVE YOUR BOOTH ONLINE AT: www.necaconvenTIon.oRG
CLICK ON: EXHIBITOR INFO, THEN SELECT: RESERVE YOUR BOOTH NOW
STep 2: FAX OR EMAIL THIS COMPLETED CONTRACT (INCLUDING PAYMENT) TO 770-632-7922
OR juLDuDa@necaneT.oRG foRmS of paymenT:
Enclose a check or credit card with contract
company name for:
aDDReSS 30% due with contract $
50% due by 4/10/13 $
cITy | STaTe | ZIp | counTRy Final balance by 6/5/13 $
company phone company fax Check enclosed Check # ___________
e-maIL webSITe TwITTeR
Check the appropriate credit card:
AmEx Visa MasterCard
conTacT name TITLe
Name on credit card:
conTacT phone conTacT e-maIL
Print or type your credit card number:
DeScRIbe pRoDucTS To be exhIbITeD
Booth Fees Expiration date
space Rates: 100–300sf: $32.00 Corner Rate: $33.50
Island Rates: Security Code (CSV) __________________________________
20x20 $13,800 30x40 $41,400
20x30 $20,700 40x40 $55,200
20x40 $27,600 30x50 $51,750
30x30 $31,050 40x50 $69,000
Each booth comes with pipe and drape, booth signage, four (4) exhibitor badges per each 10’x10’
booth (additional exhibitor badges are available at $50 each), lunch all three days for exhibit
personnel based on the same formula as exhibitor badges, FREE show passes for clients, and a Web FoR oFFICe Use oNLY:
site listing. Note that floorcovering is not included, but is mandatory. All exhibitors MUST
booTh # aSSIGneD:
provide floorcovering for the booth. New! exhibitor Insurance Protection is now mandatory.
Proof of current insurance is ReQUIReD to participate in NeCA 2013 Washington DC. neca cLIenT ID:
Your non-refundable deposit accompany your completed application in order to be processed. ToTaL booTh coST: $
• 30% deposit due with completed contract
• 50% balance due by Wednesday, April 10, 2013 DepoSIT ReceIveD: $
• Final payment due no later than Wednesday, June 5, 2013
• Payment is due in full for any contracts received after June 5, 2013 DepoSIT pRoceSSeD:
Indicate the size of space you are requesting: (example: 10'x10' or 20'x20' island)
baLance Due: $
Preferred booth locations: 1st choice 2nd choice SenD youR compLeTeD
(Specific booth location requests will be considered, but not guaranteed) conTRacT vIa fax oR emaIL To:
Julie Duda, NECA Exposition Sales Manager
Space assignments: Exhibit space will be sold on an available basis. NECA will not hold space
without a complete application and deposit. neca reserves the right to reassign any 770-632-7922 Fax
exhibit locations it deems advisable for the benefit of the show. email@example.com
QueSTIonS? Call 770-632-0044
We understand that this is a binding contract upon acceptance by NeCA and is subject to all the terms, conditions, maKe checKS payabLe To neca anD
rules, and regulations that hereto constitute a part of, or are included in this contract. NeCA reserves the right to maIL paymenTS To:
reject any exhibit application for any reason. NECA
P.O. Box 17033
auThoRIZeD SIGnaTuRe/DaTe _______________________________________________________________________ Baltimore, MD 21297-1033
provide NECA with a certificate of insurance in full compliance with will consist of an 8-foot-high backwall of draperies with metal uprights
all provisions as stated below by Friday, August 30, 2013. Also, a and stanchions with division rails 36 inches high covered with
separate certificate of insurance must be provided in the exhibiting draperies. Backgrounds 8 feet high may extend out from the booth
company’s name. backline one-half the depth of the booth and from that point to the
aisle to a maximum height of 44 inches. However, no equipment,
Note: NECA is required to provide the similar proof of our insurance, partitions, etc., may extend above 44 inches height within four feet
to the convention center. of any aisle. Exhibitors building to these specifications must mask
any exposed and unfinished side or back portion of their exhibit so it
exhibitor and Contractor Insurance Requirements: will not be objectionable to adjacent exhibitors. Show Management
(i) Commercial General Liability Insurance, including bodily injury/ reserves the right to have such masking done, billing the exhibitor
property damage, products and completed operations, personal for charges incurred. Built-up exhibits or other construction shall
injury and contractual liability of at least $1 million per occurrence not exceed the 8-foot backwall height including company name or
and $2 million aggregate, against injury (including sickness or death) other advertising except as specifically provided hereinafter. In island
to a person and property of others, spaces, or across-the-aisle space, overhead panels or open “bridge-
type” construction will be permitted to a maximum height of 20 feet.
(ii) Workers’ Compensation Insurance in full compliance with all However, built-up construction, except slender supporting posts, shall
federal and state laws governing all of the exhibitor’s employees not exceed 44 inches in height within 4 feet of any aisle. Plans for such
engaged in the performance of any work for the exhibitor or above-mentioned displays must be submitted to and approved by the
OF CONTRACT contractor in the jurisdiction where work is
performed or services are provided.
· All policies must contain standard waiver of subrogation provisions.
exposition director at least 60 days prior to the opening of the show.
Each exhibitor is required to respect the rights of other exhibitors and
to recognize that the general appearance of the exposition as a whole
AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING · All coverage to apply as primary and without contribution. must take precedence over that of any individual exhibit.
· All insurance companies must maintain a current AM Best
PARTICIPATION IN THE NECA SHOW rating of A VIII or better. Interference with the light or space of other exhibitors will not be
· Exhibitors from countries other than the United States or allowed. All booths must be carpeted.
Canada please note: the Coverage Territory provision (where
1. CoNtRACt FoR sPACe coverage applies) of your policy may be limited and in many 9. AtteNDANCe PRIZes AND GAMes
The contract for space, the formal notification of space assignment, cases may not include coverage for claims brought in the In deference to all exhibitors, those wanting to give away prizes to
and full payment of rental charges, together constitute a contract United States. Novick Group (NECA’s contractor for certificate develop traffic at their displays will comply with the following rules:
between the exhibiting organization, hereinafter known as the review and compliance) will require evidence (a warranty
exhibitor, and National Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., statement under letterhead from the agent or broker) that (a) The exhibitor is charged with the knowledge of national, state,
hereinafter known as the Show Management, for the right to use space coverage applies for claims brought in the US. Many overseas and local legal restrictions on any merchandising, advertising, or
in the NECA Show in the year designated in this contract. The contract exhibitors have found ShowGuard® (see below) as an easy and promotional inducement that might be construed as a lottery,
is based upon the plan of exhibits, rates shown thereon and general cost effective method of assuring coverage compliance. gambling or gambling devices. Show Management does not accept
information contained in the NECA Show brochure, all of which are to responsibility for any promotional schemes undertaken by exhibitors,
be considered along with details on the front and back of this form as (iii) You may secure the required Commercial General Liability but does require that any drawing and announcement for special
part of the contract. A non-refundable 30% deposit, of the total exhibit and Automobile Liability coverage through ShowGuard®, NECA’s gifts must be done within the confines of the exhibit booth and ticket
space value, is due with this completed application or space can be approved online insurance program for exhibitors (no EAC’s). The holders need not be present to win when drawing is made.
released. The balance is due by the remittance date hereinafter stated. ShowGuard® premium of $65 will meet all CGL and Automobile (b) All prizes must be approved by Show Management, and requests
The Show Management reserves the right to reassign space for which Liability requirements providing coverage for the dates of the for such approval must be received in Show Management’s office at
complete payment has not been made by the remittance date. Full show from move in to move out and including both NECA and the least 30 days prior to the opening of the show.
payment for space applied for after the remittance date is due upon Convention Center as additional insureds. (c) The method of drawing or selection of winners must have the
receipt of the contract by the Show Management. approval or be under the supervision of Show Management.
The exhibitor is charged with knowledge of all local laws, ordinances (d) The name(s) of the daily winner(s) must be posted at Show
All measurements shown on the floor plan are approximate and the and regulations pertaining to health, fire prevention and public Management exhibit for at least 1 full session of the exposition,
Show Management reserves the right to make such modifications as safety affecting his participation in the exposition. Compliance with except for the final day.
may be deemed to be necessary, making equitable adjustment with such laws is mandatory for all exhibitors and is the sole responsibility (e) Games in which winners are immediately known because of their
any exhibitor or exhibitors thereby affected. The Show Management of the exhibitor. If unusual equipment is to be installed, or participation will be permitted, providing there is no infringement
also reserves the right to adjust the floor plan to meet the needs of equipment that might conflict with fire codes is to be used, the on the rights of other exhibitors. The approval for such games must
the exposition. exhibitor must communicate with the exposition director and wait be given by the exposition director and requests for such approval
for approval from the Fire Marshall before proceeding. must be received at least 60 days prior to the opening of the show.
Cancellation of space will result in the loss of monies after a certain (f ) Display of prizes must conform to the aforementioned rules for
date and all deposits and holding fees are non-refundable. Please 5. FIRe PReVeNtIoN exhibiting.
be aware that, as of Tuesday, January 3, 2013, and through Monday All booth decorations must be flame-proofed, and all hangings
June 1, 2013, NECA reserves the right to keep 50% of all monies must clear the floor. Electrical wiring must conform to the National 10. CARe oF BUILDING AND eQUIPMeNt
paid (over and above the deposit). After June 2, 2013 there will be Electrical Code and local ordinances. If inspection indicates that
no refunds of any monies. Failure to pay the balance due on the Exhibitors or their agents shall not injure or deface the building,
any exhibitor has neglected to comply with these regulations, or the booths or the equipment of the booths. When such damage
contract as specified will subject exhibitor to cancellation of contract otherwise might incur a fire hazard, Show Management reserves the
and forfeiture of all monies paid, including deposit. appears, the exhibitor is liable to the owner of the property so
right to eliminate or remove, at the exhibitor’s expense, all or such damaged.
part of the exhibitor’s display determined to be hazardous.
In the event that the exposition is not held for any reason beyond
the control of Show Management, the rental and lease of space to 11. RestRICtIoNs IN oPeRAtIoN oF eXhIBIts
6. LIGhtING, soUND AND MotIoN PICtURe
the exhibitor shall be cancelled and all monies received by Show PRoJeCtIoN Show Management reserves the right to restrict exhibits which,
Management shall be returned to the exhibitor less all legitimate because of noise, lighting, method of operation, materials, or for
expenses incurred for advertising, promotion, rentals, salaries, and All projection equipment must be in accordance with the any reason are considered objectionable, and also to prohibit from
travel. Return of such monies will terminate the liability of Show requirements of the fire prevention authorities and in compliance exhibiting or evict from the exposition as a whole. This reservation
Management. with any agreements entered into by Show Management with includes persons, things, conduct, printed matter, or anything of a
the director of the exhibit hall or applicable labor unions. All plans character that the exposition director determines is objectionable
2. INstALLAtIoN AND DIsMANtLING oF eXhIBIts for installation and operation of projection equipment must be to the exposition. In the event of such restriction or eviction, Show
approved by Show Management before operation is undertaken. All Management is not liable for any refunds of rentals, or other exhibit
Delivery of freight, installation of exhibits and completion of projection equipment, lighting devices, displays, or demonstrations
erection of exhibits will take place on the dates hereinafter shown. expense. Advertising plans and stunts that are intended to promote
must be arranged in such a manner as not to annoy other exhibitors traffic must be submitted at least 60 days prior to the opening of
The exhibits must be ready for inspection no later than 9:00 a.m. or the exposition in general. Show Management reserves the right to
of the first show day. The Show Management reserves the right to the show to the exposition director for approval. Sideshow tactics,
restrict the use of objectionable lighting. scantily attired models or other undignified promotional methods
authorize the installation of any exhibit on the floor not installed by
5:00 p.m. of the day prior to the first show day at the expense of the will not be permitted.
7. PhotoGRAPhY AND VIDeoGRAPhY
exhibitor. Freight delivered to a booth but unopened by 9:00 a.m. the
first show day will be removed from the hall at the expense of the No photography, videography, or audio/visual of any kind is allowed 12. sALes
exhibitor. Freight will not be delivered to booths during show hours. anywhere on the exhibit floor or in the conference areas of the Cash sales are not permitted.
Dismantling may not begin until the close of the exposition on the show before, during, or after show hours, except by official NECA
final show day. (If booth space is not occupied by 8:00 a.m. of the first photographers and those professional photographers approved by 13. hosPItALItY FUNCtIoNs
Show day, the Show Management shall have the right to use such Show Management. Violators will be escorted from the show and
space as it sees fit, to eliminate blank spaces in the exhibit.) their film and/or credentials forfeited. Only exhibitors will be permitted to conduct hospitality functions
in the hotels under contract to Show Management. Such functions
Goods and materials used in any display, except bona fide samples, 8. DIsPLAY RULes & Use oF sPACe will be permitted to open only during hours in which there are no
shall not be removed from the exhibit hall until the exposition has exposition or convention functions. Breakfast functions are not
All demonstrations, distribution of circulars, or other promotional permitted. Permission for hospitality functions must be received 60
officially been closed. Any exception to this rule must have the activities must be confined to the limits of the exhibit booth, and
approval of Show Management. days prior to opening of show.
must not interfere with adjacent booths or intrude on aisle space.
Demonstration of equipment that requires the use of space above Prizes given to persons attending hospitality functions and the
Dismantling must be completed and all exhibit materials removed the 8-foot backwall height must be approved by Show Management
by the final move-out date and hour shown. (NOTE: Exhibitors method in which winners are selected must be approved by the
at least 60 days prior to the opening of the show. Exhibitors shall not exposition director and requests for such approval must be received
are advised to remove small, portable items immediately upon assign, sublet or share the space allotted without the knowledge and
conclusion of the exposition. Passes will be available from security at least 60 days prior to the opening of the show. These regulations
consent of Show Management. Exhibitors must show only goods become a part of the contract between the exhibitor and Show
guards to authorize such removals.) manufactured or dealt in by them in the regular course of business, Management and have been formulated in the best interest of all
except for prizes. Exhibitor representatives manning the exhibit will concerned. The director respectfully asks the full cooperation of the
3. stoRAGe oF BoXes AND PACKING CRAtes be owners, employees or agents of exhibiting companies, and such exhibitors in their observance. All points not covered are subject to
Exhibitors will not be permitted to store boxes or packing crates representatives will wear proper badge identification furnished by the the decision of Show Management.
in or behind exhibit booths. Prior to 8:00 a.m. of the first show day, exposition. Such badges will be supplied upon presentation of the list
all boxes and crates will be placed in storage provided they are of personnel by the exhibitor or by application made at the Exhibitor’s show dates and times:
properly labeled for storage. Those not so labeled will be removed Registration Desk. Exhibitors are forbidden to pass along badges
and destroyed as refuse. (NOTE: Storage labels will be provided at designated for exhibit personnel to their customers or prospects. If First show day, Sunday, Sept. 30 11:30 a.m.—5:00 p.m.
the Exhibitor’s Service Desk.) such use of exhibitor’s badges is made and this is recognized, these Second show day, Monday, Oct. 1, 11:30 a.m. —4:00 p.m.
badges will be removed. Each exhibitor will place the name of the Third show day, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 10:30 a.m.—2:30 p.m.
4. INsURANCe ReQUIReMeNts & LIABILItY representative on file at the Exhibitor Registration Desk who has the Note: All times subject to change.
prime responsibility on the floor for the exhibitor’s display, and who
Insurance protection will not be afforded to the exhibitor either by is authorized to make decisions for the exhibitor as requested by the
the NECA or Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Exhibitors Under contract, the company must obey the times and days
exposition director. Setup rules must adhere to the Guidelines for of the show. Contract does not permit breaking down a booth
MUST carry their own insurance to cover exhibit material against Display Rules & Regulation by IAEE. See Exhibitor Service Manual for
damage. Exhibitors utilizing independent contractors MUST early; this could result in a fine.
details. The standard booth equipment furnished under this contract
Why companies sponsor
The experts identify these as some of the most common reasons companies use sponsorship:
n increase brand loyalty
n create awareness and visibility
n change/reinforce image
n showcase community responsibility
n Drive traffic
n combat larger ad budgets of competitors
n achievement of multiple objectives
neca sponsorships provide measurable value
NECA has put together a comprehensive package of sponsorship opportunities offered exclusively to NECA Show exhibitors. Our new
measurement tools offer exhibitors more value while generating highly qualified leads. Visit www.necaconvention.org for details.
neca shoWstopper aWarDs
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR magazine has presented the annual NECA
SHOWSTOPPER winners for the past 15+ years. The NECA SHOWSTOPPER Showcase and Awards is the most
prestigious recognition event in the electrical construction industry. The Showcase is designed to highlight new
products and services that will help electrical contractors on the job. This highly effective and cost efficient area
opens one hour before the NECA Show each day. A blue ribbon will be placed on the winning products and services,
and a trophy will be presented to the winning company. Benefits include:
• www.necaconvention.org: up to a 1000 HTML character product description plus two pictures in the SHOWSTOPPER section of the website.
• Official Show Guide listing of all SHOWSTOPPER entries (if received by deadline).
• Display space in the SHOWSTOPPER SHOWCASE during the NECA Show (includes signage listing company, product, booth # and 15-word
• Winners featured in ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR magazine
• Winners posted on www.necaconvention.org
Each year, electrical contractors come to the NECA Show looking for new solutions for
the growing challenges to customer demands. The Technical Workshop program is a
valuable way for exhibitors to convey important information that contractors need.
There are limited time slots available, and a NECA committee makes the final selection.
The invitation to submit a technical workshop for consideration is offered exclusively to
confirmed NECA Show exhibitors.
For more information on these opportunities, contact Julie Duda at
770-632-0044 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ElEctrical contractor MagazinE is thE voicE of our industry This critically important
publication is read by 95.3% of electrical contractors. Take advantage of the opportunity to tell the industry
that you will be exhibiting at the industry’s most important event and where you will be located.
Plus, your prospects will have your company message in their hands before, during and after the show.
The September Show Issue goes out to 85,000+ management level electrical contractors. In addition, every
attendee receives a copy in their convention registration bag. The Official NECA Show Directory & Buyer’s
Guide also has great shelf-life for post-show coverage. Electrical Contractors use it as a year-long reference tool.
As an exhibitor at NECA 2013 Washington DC, you know how valuable your investment is to your company’s
sales efforts. But don’t stop there, because you won’t be the only exhibitor competing for the attention of
this year’s attendees. Advertising your presence at the NECA Show is a smart way to drive more traffic to
thE official nEca show dirEctory & BuyEr’s guidE Those who advertise in the magazine’s
September Show issue can also run a full page 4/C ad in the Show Directory & Buyer’s Guide at a special rate.
christMas in sEptEMBEr ad plus issuE Our annual “Christmas in September” Ad Program
is a once a year effort to say “Thank You” for your business, and to help you increase your advertising
effectiveness at a value added well below market rate. It is only in our incredible September NECA Show
issue, ensuring maximum distribution and visibility, increasing your advertising effectiveness.
sEptEMBEr nEca show product showcasE sEction Advertisers in the September Issue, and
who exhibit at the NECA Show, can run a 4 color product release in this special section. Products are
featured, 6/page and distributed to our entire 85,000+ audience along with bonus distribution at the
show. It is a powerful tool to boost your products and your message.
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states: AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NM, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY states: CT, DC, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA
(& Alb., B.C. & Sask.) (ZIP 17000 and up), RI, VA, VT (& Quebec)
Frank Dantona Calvin Cobb Hart
P. 805-520-2836 P. 732-495-6660
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states: IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, ND, NE, OH, PA (ZIP SOUTH/SOUTHEAST
16999 down), SD, TN, WI, WV (& Ontario and Manitoba) states: AR, FL, LA, MS, OK, TX
Keith Krueger Gary Lindenberger
Donna Harbacek P. 281-855-0470
P. 708-486-0520 E. email@example.com
E. firstname.lastname@example.org states: AL, GA, MS, NC, SC
2012 las vegas exhibitors
3M DRIFIRE Jerry’s Electric, Inc. Rexel, Inc.
Access Hardware Supply Duraguard Products, Inc. Jonas Software Rhino Safety Products
Accubid/Trimble Eaton Corporation Key Digital Romac
ACCUENERGY CORP. EC&M Electrical Wholesaling Klein Tools, Inc. Rotational Lug Technologies
Acuity Brands Edwards Manufacturing Co. KNIPEX Tools LP Royal Building Products - Electrical Solutions
ADI efergy USA, Inc. Kohler Generators Sage
Advance Metalworking Co., Inc. ELECTRI International L.H. Dottie Company Salisbury by Honeywell
Advanced Lamp Coatings Electrical Advertiser, The Legrand Schneider Electric
AEMC Instruments Electrical Contractor Magazine LENOX® Sellstrom Manufacturing Company
Alameda Electrical Distributors Electrical JATC of Southern Nevada Leviton Mfg. Co., Inc. Service Roundtable
Alcan Cable Electrical News Light Efficient Design Service Wire Co.
alliantgroup Electrical Prefab Systems, LLC LINC Technologies Siemens Industry, Inc.
ALL-TEST Pro, LLC Electrical Products & Solutions Lutron Electronics Silvertronic, Inc.
American Conduit by Sapa Electrical Safety Foundation Intl. (ESFI) M.H. Rhodes Cramer Co. Snake Tray
American Express Open Electrical Solutions Madison Electric Products Solomon Corporation
American Fittings Corporation ElectricSmarts / NetPricer Magid Glove & Safety Solon Manufacturing Company
American Heart Association ElectricTV Makita USA Southland Electrical Supply
American Polywater Corporation Elliott Equipment Company Management Education Institute (MEI) Southwire/Maxis
American Technical Publishers eMars Inc. Marking Services, Inc S-P Products
Amprobe E-Mon Material Management Software, Inc. Square, Inc.
Anixter Encore Wire Corporation MaxCell Sta-Down Conduit Retaining Device
Aqua-Tronics, Inc. Enterprise Fleet Management Maxwell Systems Inc. Stark Safety Consultants
A-Rise Pipe Support ERICO McCormick Systems, Inc. Strip Technology, Inc.
Arlington Industries Ericson Manufacturing Company Measurlogic, Inc. Sumitomo Electric Lightwave
ASCO Power Technologies eSUB Inc. Megger Summit Technology, Inc.
Atkore International ET Solar Inc. Milspec Industries Superior Essex
AVO Training Institute, Inc Extron Electronics Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. T & R Electric Supply
BD ELECTRICAL EYE Lighting International mJobTime Corporation T3 Innovation
Bidtracer eze System, Inc. Mr. Electric Tasco Inc.
Blaklader LLC Facility Results Musco Lighting Technical Sales International, LLC
Bridgeport Fittings Federated Insurance National Association of Electrical Distributors TED Magazine
BTU Research FireLite Alarms NECA TenCate Protective Fabrics
Buckingham Mfg. Fixxbook National Electrical Manufacturers Association The Electric Current
Burndy FlexSlider LLC NJATC The M. K. Morse Company
C.K. Tools FLIR Systems/Extech Instruments National Purchasing Partners The Marvel Group, Inc.
California Service Tool Fluke Corporation Neekson thermOweld
Carhartt Workwear at Rugged Outfitters Ford Commercial Truck Nesco Sales & Rentals Thomas & Betts
CBM Lighting Mfg. Foundation Software Networkfleet, Inc. Trade Service
Cementex Products, Inc. Fulham Co., Inc. NexTraq Trastar, Inc.
Cerro Wire LLC - Electrical Distribution Division Fuseco Inc. NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) Travelliance
Cert-In Software Systems, Inc. G&K Services Nissan North America Triple Crown Products
Chatsworth Products, Inc. Gardner Bender NJATC FR Apparel Tyndale Company
CLC Lodging GE Energy Northwest Lighting Systems Co. Underground Devices Inc.
Clicksafety Gensco Equipment Oldcastle Enclosure Solutions Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Collective Data Get The Point Original Cinch Clamp Corporation Union Leasing, Inc
Collegiate Awards & Engraving GEXPRO OutBack Power United Copper Industries
Colonial Engraving Co. Inc. GM Fleet and Commercial Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group Universal Lighting Technologies
ConEst Software Systems GPS Insight Panduit Corp. Utilimaster Corporation
Connecticut Electric, Inc. Granite Industries Partex Marking Systems, Inc. Utility Equipment Leasing Corp.
Contractors Choice Inc. Graybar Pencell Plastics V2 Technology Solutions (VECA Technologies)
Cooper Bussmann Greenlee, A Textron Company Penn-Union corp Venture Lighting International, Inc.
Cooper Crouse-Hinds GreenTek Lighting PG LifeLink Viewpoint Construction Software
Cooper Lighting Hansen Supply Co. Power & Tel Vinatronics High Visibility Apparel
Cooper Wiring Devices Harger Lightning & Grounding Power Standards Lab Vision InfoSoft
Copper Development Assoc. Inc. Hercules Industries ProEst Estimating Software Wellco Industries, Inc.
Corning Cable Systems High Voltage Inc. Project DocControl WennSoft
Cree, Inc. Highline Products Protective Industrial Products Werner Co.
Crescent Electric Supply Hioki USA Corporation RAB Lighting Westex Inc.
Crestron Electronics, Inc. Hipotronics, Inc. Rack-A-Tiers Mfg. Inc. Wheatland Tube Company
Cretex Concrete Products Honeywell Power Products Ram Commercial Trucks Wireless Matrix
Cummins Onan Howard Lighting Products RANDL Industries, Inc. Wiremaid USA, Division of Vutec Corp.
Cupper Powder Renascant Hubbell Lighting Inc Rath Security XtraLight Manufacturing
Current Tools, Inc. Ideal Industries, Inc. Rectorseal
CurrentSAFE Corporation ILSCO Reechcraft Inc.
DAS Simplified Infosite Technologies RELECTRIC Supply Company
Dawson Tools Inc. Innovative Tool
Delta Products Corporation International Association of Electrical Show DateS/hourS Set–up
Dent Instruments Inspectors (IAEI)
Sunday, Oct.13, 11:30 am—5:00 pm Friday, Oct. 11, 8:00 am—5:00 pm
DEWALT Tools & POWERS Fasteners Isuzu Commercial Truck of America Inc.
Monday, Oct. 14, 11:30 am—4:00 pm Saturday, Oct. 12, 8:00 am—5:00 pm
Dexter + Chaney
Tuesday, Oct. 15, 10:30 am—2:30 pm Note: All times subject to change
For a complete list of previous exhibitors, please visit www.necaconvention.org