The AMS Annual Meeting is the world’s largest yearly gathering for the weather, water, and climate community. It brings together great minds from a diverse set of scientific disciplines – helping attendees make career-long professional contact and life-long friends while learning from the very top people in the atmospheric sciences.
Join fellow scientists, educators, students, and other professionals from across the weather, water, and climate community to share, learn, and collaborate.
Main Hall Exhibitors
Are you a company or organization related to Water, Weather and Climate? Our attendees range from undergraduate students to the top experts in YOUR field – and they want to meet you!
Why exhibit at the AMS Annual Meeting?
Annually, about 4,000 people attend our meetings. Who are they?
Over 100 exhibitors choose to strengthen their marketing power at the AMS Meeting each year. Exhibitor types include:
How do I become an exhibitor at WeatherFest?
It's easy and FREE!
The AMS is accepting WeatherFest Exhibitor applications on a first-come, first serve basis, until all spaces are filled. AMS will provide exhibitors with an 10’ x 10’ table space for your activity.
We love to have hands-on, interactive experiments and booths by teachers and scientists from K-12 or university, government, television, radio and private industry. Exhibit space is FREE! All you need to do is staff your booth with enthusiastic people who can capture the imagination and inspire children of all ages!
Founded in 1919, the American Meteorological Society (AMS) is the nation’s premier scientific and professional organization promoting and disseminating information about the atmospheric, oceanic, hydrologic sciences. Our more than 13,000 members include scientists, researchers, educators, broadcast meteorologists, students, weather enthusiasts, and other professionals in the fields of weather, water, and climate.
AMS is a 501(c)3 non-profit membership organization, headquartered in the historic Harrison Gray Otis House in Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood. We also have an office in Washington, DC, where we run our education and policy programs.