FRPA Annual Conference & Tradeshow:
We have been showcasing the finest in park and recreation products and services at our annual conferences for 70 years. FRPA’s trade show boasts the largest attendance by delegate and exhibitor alike in the Southern Regional United States, and one of the top three largest in the United States for parks and recreation agencies.
-Directors, Administrators and Recreation Supervisors
-Park Operations and Maintenance Personnel
-Therapeutic Recreation Professionals
-Commercial Recreation Professionals
-Park & Recreation Commissioners & Board Members
Each year, hundreds of commercial companies attend the FRPA Annual Conference Exhibit Hall. You are vital to keeping our conference delegates aware and informed of the cutting edge technology, products and services that keep them efficient and effective in their every day work.
-Contact current, past and potential customers with purchasing power
-Network with Professionals that possess a desire to learn about your product
-Evaluate your competition and the industry marketplace
-As an exhibitor, you can attend any of the educational sessions being offered during the days of the tradeshow
-Receive a free attendee mailing list
-Promote new products and services
-Have your company listed on FRPA’s Conference Exhibitor Web page
-Benefit from non-compete time during which no classes are offered
-Don’t be left out – your competition will be there
PRODUCTS OUR ATTENDEES WOULD LIKE TO SEE MORE OF:
-Green Building Materials and Design
-Computer Systems and Software
-Arts & Crafts
-Pools and Spas
-Skate Parks and Ramps
*Information from FRPA post-show survey data.
About the FRPA:
The Florida Recreation and Park Association, Inc. (FRPA) is a nonprofit, public interest professional organization representing the parks, recreation and leisure industry in Florida. Florida has become known as a trend setter in the nation with parks and recreation often singled out by national test markets for pilot programs.
FRPA actively advocates for funding of local parks and recreation agencies. These efforts have historically resulted in over $281 million in funding through the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program; over $6 billion in funding through the Preservation 2000 and Florida Forever programs. All of these eff orts build a better industry and boost your businesses.