The National Agri-Marketing Association

The nation's largest association for professionals in marketing and agribusiness

Power Up in the Connection Point!

If your company has products and services to put before decision-makers in the ag marketplace, NAMA’s Connection Point is for you. The Connection Point works. Over 90% of our exhibitors return each year!

Put your company front and center. With nearly 1,000 professionals in attendance, there’s no better way to get noticed. Influencers and decision-makers will take note when you purchase booth space on this tradeshow floor. Lunch and refreshment breaks are scheduled to maximize traffic and draw the clients and customers you want to meet!

Click to view the 2019 Connection Point Brochure and to fill out the 2019 Connection Point Sign Up Form.  You can also use our Online Sign Up Form.

You’ll Find Decision-Makers and Prospects Representing These Fields:

  • Field equipment, accessories
  • Fertilizer, soil nutrients
  • Crop protection products
  • Seed/traits
  • Animal health/feed
  • Farmstead/grain structures
  • Livestock/dairy equipment
  • Ag credit and insurance
  • And more!

Previous Exhibitors

5M Publishing
Ag Media Research
Ag Net Media
Agri Marketing Magazine
Agri-Pulse Communications
Baxter Communications, Inc.
Brighton Agency
Capital Press Ag Media
Carbon Media Group
Commodity Classic
FamilyFarms Group
Farm Market iD and
Farm Progress
Hay & Forage Grower
High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal
iNet Solutions Group
IRON Solutions
Irrigation Association
J.L. Farmakis
JCS Marketing
Journal Communications
Lean Media
Linder Farm Network
Malcolm Media
Meredith Agrimedia
Mid America Ag Network
Natl. 4-H Council
Natl. Association of Farm Broadcasting
Natl. Cattlemen’s Beef Assn.
New Holland Agriculture
Ogden Publications
Scoby Bros, LLC
Southeast AgNet Radio Network/Citrus Industry
Progressive Agriculture Foundation
The Sandbox Agency
USDA National Agricultural Statistics
Vance Publishing
ZimmComm New Media, LLC


For 2019, NAMA is introducing several new opportunities in the trade show.

  • Mini Learning Sessions — Quick 10-minute educational sessions on hot topics will draw even more people to the Connection Point.
  • Added Networking Areas — Conference attendees will have more places than ever to meet up at the Connection Point.
  • Fun Games — Attendees won’t be able to resist new games that break the ice and make for great interaction. 
  • Booth Recognition — The most engaging booth will be recognized at the Conference.


Approximately 1,200 people attend the Agri-Marketing Conference each year to explore the latest ideas and insights and share what’s working for them. The Connection Point is an integral part of this event and gives you the opportunity to see—and be seen by—a high concentration of individuals who make and/or influence ag-related buying decisions.

Conference attendees include:

  • Marketing executives from agribusiness companies
  • Advertising agency professionals
  • Public relations executives
  • Media representatives
  • Commodity and trade association professionals


A number of key conference activities are scheduled to take place in the Connection Point, ensuring conference attendees have ample opportunities to acquaint (or re-acquaint!) themselves with your products or services.


On Wednesday, April 10, immediately after the Best of NAMA Ceremony, the Connection Point opens with a Celebration Reception. Then, a Thursday evening reception offers attendees the chance to meet new people and share ideas after the first full day of conference activities.


On Thursday, April 11, lunch will be served in the Connection Point, offering additional opportunities to network. Another great way to get in some low-pressure networking.


There will be drawings at the end of each session and a grand prize drawing during the Thursday evening reception. Other promotions will also get prospects to your booth.


Let attendees learn more about your company before the show. Just send a brief description of your company, a logo and a link to your website to … We’ll handle the rest!

Connection Point-At-A-Glance


Booth space price (10’ x 10’ space) is $600 (includes one exhibit hall only pass). Trade in your exhibit hall only pass and receive $100 off one full conference registration. Additional exhibit hall only passes are $275 with a maximum of two per booth space.

Multiple space discount:

2 spaces = 10% off of the single booth price for a total of $1,080

3 spaces = 15% off of the single booth price for a total of $1,530

4 spaces = 20% off of the single booth price for a total of $1,920

5 or more spaces—call for price

Required deposit is payment in full for the space desired. Cancellations must be made in writing and are subject to a non-refundable 10% cancellation fee. NO refunds are given after March 11, 2019.

Exhibitor Fees Include:

  • One 10’ x 10’ exhibit space
  • Uniform back wall and side rails (both draped)
  • One line company identification sign

For additional information, contact:

Lauren Chaney, NAMA
(913) 491-6500 

Connection Point Hours 


8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Set Up

*NOTE: There will NOT be set up hours on Tuesday, April 9.
Exhibits must be completely set up by 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11.

6:15 to 7:30 p.m.

Best of NAMA Celebration/Trade Show Grand Opening



12:30 to 2:00 p.m.


4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Closing Reception/NAMA Foundation Silent Auction

6:30 to 11:00 p.m.

Tear Down

*NOTE: No exhibitor will have the right prior to the closing of the show to pack or remove exhibited articles.

Rules & Regulations


The Exhibitor Agrees:




All provisions of the Exhibitor Rules and Regulations as shown below will be part of this contract.



This contract is for:
One (1) or more 10’ x 10’ exhibit spaces, a uniform back wall and side rails, both draped; and a one-line company identification sign.



Reservation of space is considered accepted only if exhibitor receives confirmation from the Exhibit Hall Manager.


Exhibitor Personnel:


Each exhibitor shall receive one (1) exhibit hall only pass. Additional exhibit personnel may purchase full conference registrations or exhibit hall only passes prior to or at the conference. Exhibitors may also trade in the exhibit hall only pass and receive $100 off one full conference registration.

(A maximum of two exhibit hall only passes per booth space.) Additional exhibit hall only passes are $275.




The National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA), Sheraton Crown Center Hotel in Kansas City and the decorator (George Fern) shall not be responsible for any loss, damage or injury that may occur to the exhibits, their employees or property, from any cause whatsoever, prior to, during or subsequent to the period covered by the exhibit contract. The exhibitor, on signing the contract, expressly releases NAMA, the Sheraton Crown Center Hotel in Kansas City and the decorator from and agrees to indemnify same against any and all claims for such loss, damage or injury.


Exhibit Hall Decor:




Use of tape, paste, tacks, nails or other such devices affixing displays to the walls and other permanent structures within the Exhibit Hall is forbidden.



All aisle or corridor space is under control of NAMA and shall not be used for lobbying, distribution of literature, signage or demonstration purposes.



The Silent Auction will be located in the Connection Point. Only NAMA and/or sponsor signage will be allowed in this area. No exhibitor signage may be placed in this area.



A themed area will be in the center of the Connection Point. This is a sponsored area for use by NAMA only for additional activities. NAMA reserves the right to utilize the themed area for sponsored activities and sponsor signage. Only NAMA and/or sponsor signage will be allowed in this area. No exhibitor signage may be placed in this area.



Maximum height for any exhibit is 10’. Hanging displays from the ceiling of the Exhibit Hall is forbidden.



All display fixtures must be confined to the interior of the exhibitor’s booth space. No signage or displays may be affixed to the exterior draping of the booth space.



The exhibit area is NOT carpeted in the Crown Center Exhibit Hall at the Sheraton Crown Center Hotel in Kansas City.


Other Conditions:



No space shall be sublet for any reason.



NAMA reserves the right to reject or prohibit any exhibitor or proposed exhibit which, in its opinion, is not suitable to, or in keeping with, the character of this conference. This reservation concerns persons, things, conduct, printed items, souvenirs or other matter affecting the character of the exhibit hall.



Excessive noise is prohibited and will be under the supervision of NAMA.



Exhibitors are limited to one (1) prize drawing per trade show session over the exhibit hall PA system. Exhibitors may have additional drawings from their booth.



Dismantling of exhibits may begin at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 12, 2018, and must be completed by 11:00 p.m. No exhibitor shall have the right prior to the closing of the show to pack or remove articles on exhibit. Exhibitors violating this section of the agreement may be restricted from participating as an exhibitor at future events.



The exhibitor agrees that NAMA shall, without incurring any liability for damage or loss, have the right to dismantle, pack and ship any property of any exhibitor who has failed to do so in the time allotted, or to order such work done at the sole expense of the exhibitor.