WDA has approximately 1,700 members, and consists of 3 dietetic regions (Milwaukee, Madison, and Northern).
This conference attracts 300-400 dietetic professionals from throughout Wisconsin and adjoining states. Conference participants are influential individuals and key decision makers from a wide variety of work settings. This is a wonderful opportunity to communicate with dietetic professionals who work in diverse health care, foodservice, and community nutrition settings, including hospitals, long term care facilities, clinics, institutional dining service operations, schools, government, supermarkets, health clubs, entrepreneurial businesses, industry, research facilities, and more.
This year Wisconsin Dietetic Association (WDA) conference celebrates 78 years of rolling forward in nutrition education, which is an important focus for many of these dietetic practitioners. The WDA conference is the ultimate stage to promote your product, service or message to an enthusiastic audience.
Consider some of the exciting options available to make your participation rock as WDA members move forward in providing nutrition education:
Win by increasing your customers through promoting your products in 2½ hours of unopposed exhibits at the conference.
Display your quality services and products that your business offers through direct contact with potential customers.
Advertise in our conference brochure to draw attention to your business products and services that reaches over 2400 dietetics professionals. Companies that exhibit receive additional advertising.
Rock with dietetic professionals during the 2 ½ hours of unopposed exhibit time at the WDA conference.
Obtain a special money savings discount by registering to be an exhibitor early. This is good business sense in these tough economic times.
Conference attendees, if not your current customers, may become a customer through your presence at the conference.
Knowledgeable companies are smart to exhibit at the WDA conference.
Support student scholars with a gift or monetary donation to the silent auction.