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2019
CORPORATE
PARTNER
OPPORTUNITIES
2019
Annual Meeting
May 15-18, 2019
Charlotte, North Carolina
International Pediatric
Orthopaedic Symposium
December 10-14, 2019
Orlando, Florida
2018 CORPORATE PARTNERS
THANK
YOU
POSNA is pleased to acknowledge the companies who have provided nancial support throughout the past year.
We sincerely appreciate each of these companies for helping POSNA fulll its goals of providing education and fostering research.
DOUBLE DIAMOND CORPORATE PARTNERS
DIAMOND CORPORATE PARTNERS
PLATINUM CORPORATE PARTNERS
Zimmer Biomet
GOLD CORPORATE PARTNERS
Arthrex
Biogen
BioMarin Pharmaceutical, Inc.
Globus Medical
SILVER CORPORATE PARTNERS
Children’s Mercy Kansas City
Clementia Pharmaceutical
Implanet
Wright Medical
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THANK
YOU
deformity surgery. United by our common goals, Corporate Partners and POSNA both benet from the opportunities to collab-
orate. Ultimately, the exchange of ideas and knowledge improves both groups’ abilities to care for patients. Education is at the
very core of POSNAs mission. Industry support fuels POSNAs ability to educate, support research and, most importantly, improve
the care of children.
The crown jewels of POSNAs educational endeavors are the Annual Meeting and the International Pediatric Orthopaedic
Symposium (IPOS), which draw upon surgeons from around the world. The Annual Meeting (Spring) is a vibrant event of the
latest research and evidence-based aspects pediatric orthopaedics, starting with the Pre-Course and continuing for three more
days of talks, concurrent sessions, and breakouts, including Subspecialty Day.
IPOS (late Fall) is a showcase for innovative techniques, “what’s new and what works” in pediatric orthopaedics. Recognizing
the increasing complexity, diversity and subspecialty interests within pediatric orthopaedics, the IPOS schedule allows registrants
to customize their learning experience. In addition to focused lecture sessions and case discussions, registrants may choose
from over 40 breakout sessions, demonstrations, hands-on technical workshops, and industry-sponsored sessions with
innovative products. Also at IPOS: Top Gun Surgical Simulation Competition.
POSNA continues to expand our global educational mission by collaborating with our alliance societies around the world.
Initiatives with the European, Asia-Pacic and South America pediatric orthopedic societies, our global partners, have been
enhanced by corporate support.
We look forward to continued close collaboration with our Corporate Partners. We urge you to remember the reasons you’ve
chosen to join with us in the past and consider increasing your level of support for POSNA this year. We listened to your feedback
and have now integrated support for POSNA and IPOS into the same calendar year to make it seamless to allocate your support
among the multiple options offered to align with your goals. Furthermore, support for
POSNA and IPOS is combined to meet tiered, designated giving levels for the year.
Suken Shah, MD
POSNA, Industry Relations Chair
Steven L. Frick, MD
President
Stephen Albanese, MD
President-Elect
Dear POSNA Corporate Partners,
The leadership, members and staff of the Pediatric Orthopaedic
Society of North America (POSNA) recognize that partnership with
industry is paramount to achieving our mission: the development and
implementation of high quality educational programs. Further, POSNA
recognizes that through collaborative research, we will achieve transformational
evidence-based advances in patient care. In the end, our goal is all about better
care for children with musculoskeletal disorders.
Corporate Partners have supported the growth of POSNA and have built upon POSNAs
recognition as one of the world’s premier societies for pediatric orthopaedics and spinal
Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America
9400 W Higgins Road, Suite 500
Rosemont, Illinois 60018-4976 USA
Address:
Phone:
Fax:
847.698.1692
847.268.9694
Website:
Email:
posna.org
posna@aaos.org
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2018 POSNA Corporate Partners ............................Inside Front Cover
Pre-Course, Annual Meeting and IPOS Program Committees ....................2
Partner Levels & Sponsorship Benets ...................................3 - 4
2019 POSNA Annual Meeting .............................................5
Quality, Safety and Value Initiative ..........................................6
Corporate Partner Annual Meeting Sponsor Opportunities .......................6
Annual Meeting Grants & Scholarships & Educational Support Opportunities ....6 - 7
Annual Meeting Publication and Multimedia Support Opportunities.............7 - 8
Annual Meeting Social Function Support Opportunities .........................8
Children’s Hospital Sponsors ..............................................9
Annual Meeting Promotional and Marketing Opportunities ...................9 - 11
Annual Meeting Attendance History & 2019 Annual Meeting Schedule At A Glance ..11
POSNA Corporate Partner Annual Meeting Sponsorship Form ..................12
Annual Meeting Exhibitor Registration Form .................................13
2019 IPOS Meeting ....................................................14
IPOS Attendance History & 2019 IPOS Meeting Schedule At A Glance ............15
2019 IPOS Sponsorship Opportunities .................................16 - 19
2019 IPOS Marketing Opportunities .......................................18
2019 IPOS Social Function Support Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
POSNA Corporate Partner IPOS Sponsorship Form ...........................20
IPOS Exhibitor Registration Form .........................................21
Exhibit Rules and Regulations ........................................22 - 24
Future POSNA Educational Events ................................ Back Cover
THE PEDIATRIC
ORTHOPAEDIC
SOCIETY OF
NORTH AMERICA
(POSNA) is a not-for-prot professional
organization of over 1400 surgeons,
physicians, and allied health members
passionately dedicated to advancing musculo-
skeletal care for children and adolescents
through education, research, quality, safety
and value initiatives, advocacy, and global
outreach to children in underserved areas.
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WELCOME
OUR MISSION
To improve the care of children with musculoskeletal disorders through education, research, and advocacy.
OUR VISION
A world with fewer pediatric musculoskeletal disabilities.
POSNA 2019 ANNUAL MEETING PRE-COURSE PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Brian P. Scannell, MD, Chair
Wudbhav N. Sankar, MD
A. Noelle Larson, MD
Lindsay Andras, MD
POSNA 2019 ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Michelle S. Caird, MD, Chair
Jeffrey R. Sawyer, MD
Jeffrey E. Martus, MD
Wudbhav N. Sankar, MD
IPOS 2018 ADVISORY BOARD
Donald S. Bae, MD, Course Director
Todd A. Milbrandt, MD
Michael G. Vitale, MD, MPH
John M. Flynn, MD
Jill Ariagno, MSN, RN, CPNP
Pablo Castañeda, MD
Jon R. Davids, MD
Theodore J. Ganley, MD
William G. Mackenzie, MD
Kenneth J. Noonan, MD
Jonathan G. Schoenecker, MD, PhD
Suken A. Shah, MD
Benjamin J. Shore, MD, MPH, FRCSC
Ernest L. Sink, MD
Bryan Tompkins, MD
Martin J. Herman, MD, Educational Council Chair
Stephen A. Albanese, MD, President-Elect
posna.org
posna@aaos.org
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POSNA CORPORATE PARTNER – LEVELS AND BENEFITS
DOUBLE DIAMOND
$125,000 +
Opportunity for meetings with members of POSNA leadership at
company headquarters
Roundtable Leadership Discussion Meeting at the International
Pediatric Orthopaedic Symposium (IPOS)
Premium table or booth location at Annual Meeting and IPOS.
Note: table and booth fees are not included in sponsorship
Opportunity to conduct a Pre-Course event at IPOS
Right of rst refusal for participation in the IPOS Top Gun Surgical
Simulation Competition
One (1) Complimentary meeting room at Annual Meeting and
IPOS - Shared room on a first-served basis
Two (2) Company Representatives are invited to attend the Presi-
dents Dinner & Cocktail Reception on Tuesday during the Annual
Meeting. This is limited to company representatives ONLY
Two (2) Company representatives are invited to attend the
President’s Friday Cocktail Reception during the Annual Meeting
Presentation of a plaque and an opportunity to address registrants
at the Annual Meeting Opening Ceremony
Personalized housing block for up to eight (8) rooms for your
representatives
Complimentary registration for eight (8) company representatives
to attend the Annual Meeting and/or IPOS
Recognition on the My POSNA App with link to your company
website
Verbal and sign recognition at the Annual Meeting and IPOS;
name recognition in print and on electronic promotional materials
for IPOS; larger logo recognition on the POSNA website through-
out the year; and ribbons on company name badges acknowl-
edging your sponsor level
Pre-and Post-registration mailing list will be made available, for
a one-time mailing to registrants, before and/or after the Annual
Meeting and IPOS
CONCIERGE
SERVICE
Concierge service is available for Double Diamond sponsors.
Industry Relations Chair and/or staff will contact you prior to each
meeting to review your scheduled events and needs.
In addition, one room will be available at the Annual Meeting and
IPOS for Company use. This will be a shared room and available
on a rst come rst serve basis.
DIAMOND
$75,000 – $124,999
Two (2) Company Representatives are invited to attend the
Presidents Dinner & Cocktail Reception on Tuesday during the
Annual Meeting. This is limited to company representatives ONLY
Presentation of a plaque and an opportunity to address
registrants at the Annual Meeting Opening Ceremony
Personalized housing block for up to six (6) rooms for your
representatives
Complimentary registration for six (6) company representatives to
attend the Annual Meeting and/or IPOS
Two (2) Company representatives are invited to attend the
President’s Friday Cocktail Reception during the Annual Meeting
Recognition on the My POSNA App with link to your company
website.
Verbal and sign recognition at the Annual Meeting and IPOS;
name recognition in print and on electronic promotional materials
for IPOS; logo recognition on the POSNA website throughout
the year; and ribbons on company name badges acknowledging
your sponsor level
Pre-registration mailing list will be made available, for a one-time
mailing to registrants, before the Annual Meeting and IPOS
PLATINUM
$50,000 – $74,999
Presentation of a plaque at the Annual Meeting Opening
Ceremony
Personalized housing block for up to ve (5) rooms for your
representatives
Complimentary registration for ve (5) company representatives
to attend the Annual Meeting and/or IPOS
Two (2) Company representatives are invited to attend the
President’s Friday Cocktail Reception during the Annual Meeting
Recognition on the My POSNA App with link to your company
website.
Verbal and sign recognition at the Annual Meeting and IPOS.
Name recognition in print and on electronic promotional materials
for IPOS; name recognition on the POSNA website throughout
the year; and ribbons on company name badges acknowledging
your sponsor level
Pre-registration mailing list will be made available, for a one-time
mailing to registrants, before the Annual Meeting and IPOS
DETERMINING SPONSORSHIP LEVEL
Your total commitment to both the 2019 Annual Meeting and 2019 IPOS Meeting will be combined and the total amount
contributed will be used to determine your 2019 Sponsorship Level.
POSNA CORPORATE PARTNER – LEVELS AND BENEFITS
PLEASE NOTE
Sponsorship does not guarantee exhibit space.
Registration for exhibit space is separate and must be
confirmed prior to the deadline. Please see Annual
Meeting Exhibit Registration Form on page 13, IPOS
Exhibit Registration Form on page 21 and Rules &
Regulations on pages 22-24.
GOLD
$25,000 – $49,999
Personalized housing block for up to four (4) rooms for your
representatives
Complimentary registration for four (4) company representatives
to attend the Annual Meeting and/or IPOS
One (1) Company representative is invited to attend the
President’s Friday Cocktail Reception during the Annual Meeting
Recognition on the My POSNA App with link to your company
website.
Verbal and sign recognition at the Annual Meeting and IPOS;
name recognition in print and on electronic promotional materials
for IPOS; name recognition on the POSNA website throughout
the year; and ribbons on company name badges acknowledging
your sponsor level
Post-registration mailing list will be made available, for a one-time
mailing to registrants, before the Annual Meeting and IPOS
SILVER
$10,000 – $24,999
Personalized housing block for up to two (2) rooms for your
representatives
Complimentary registration for two (2) company representatives
to attend the Annual Meeting and/or IPOS
Recognition on the My POSNA App with link to your company
website.
Verbal and sign recognition at the Annual Meeting and IPOS;
name recognition in print and on electronic promotional materials
for IPOS; name recognition on the POSNA website throughout
the year; and ribbons on company name badges acknowledging
your sponsor level
Post-registration mailing list will be made available, for a one-time
mailing to registrants, before the Annual Meeting and IPOS
BRONZE
$1,000 – $9,999
Complimentary registration for one (1) company representative to
attend the Annual Meeting and/or IPOS
Recognition on the My POSNA App with link to your company
website.
Verbal and sign recognition at the Annual Meeting and IPOS;
name recognition in print and on electronic promotional materials
for IPOS; name recognition on the POSNA website throughout
the year; and ribbons on company name badges acknowledging
your sponsor level
Post-registration mailing list will be made available, for a one-time
mailing to registrants, before the Annual Meeting and IPOS
CORPORATE SPONSORED
EVENTS
Meeting Conduct Guidelines
POSNA asks each of its Corporate Sponsors to adhere to the fol-
lowing guidelines regarding participation in POSNA meetings, as a
courtesy to the Society, its members and meeting delegates:
No entertainment functions, meetings, courses or social functions
involving surgeon delegates may be scheduled to conict with
educational or social programing. Internal corporate meetings
involving supporter or afliate organization staff only are exempt
from this limitation.
Entertainment and social functions must be in good taste and
conform to the purpose of the meeting, as well as complying with
all AdvaMed guidelines governing interaction with physicians.
Exhibitors and supporters must obtain prior approval from
POSNA at least 45 days prior to for all special activities (entertain-
ment, social, educational, promotional, etc.) held in conjunction
with the Annual Meeting and IPOS. This shall apply to activities
scheduled from 8:00 am Wednesday, May 15 through 12:00
pm Saturday, May 18, 2019 and 3:00 pm Tuesday, December
10 through 12:30 pm Saturday, December 14, 2019. Neither
the convention center nor the headquarter hotels will make
arrangements for function space without having received written
approval from POSNA.
Affiliate function requests will be collected through an online
system this year. Approved requests will be forwarded to the
appropriate venue for space assignment, which will be at the
sole discretion of the hotel or convention center.
Announcements and invitations addressed to members of the
medical profession concerning such industry events should
clearly indicate the name of the corporate supporter and must
in no manner imply directly or indirectly that the event is part of,
endorsed by, or an ofcial activity of POSNA.
Attendee lists provided by POSNA to Corporate Supporters,
as part of the Benets of Support are intended for a one-time,
meeting-related use only. For example:
promotion of industry spotlight session or presence at IPOS
presence at the Annual Meeting including general invitation to
off-site activities in accordance with meeting guidelines
mailings should not include promotion of specic devices or
courses not in conjunction with the Annual Meeting or IPOS
Announcements should not imply a product or company is
endorsed by POSNA
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POSNA 2019 ANNUAL MEETING
PROGRAM CHAIR
MICHELLE CAIRD, MD
PRE-COURSE CHAIR
BRIAN SCANNELL, MD
SUBSPECIALTY DAY CHAIR
JEFF MARTUS, MD
LOCAL HOSTS
BRIAN BRIGHTON, MD
VIRGINIA CASEY, MD
POSNA
2019
ANNUAL MEETING
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
MAY 15 – 18, 2019
2019 ANNUAL MEETING
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TH
ANNIVERSARY
MAY 15-18 | CHARLOTTE, NC
General Information
The Annual Meeting will be held at the Charlotte Convention Center
in uptown Charlotte. From thrilling adventures to moving artistic
performances to magnetic nightlife, see what the Queen City has to
offer.
This course will provide the latest research and expert clinical opin-
ion in pediatric orthopaedics through abstract/paper presentations,
video abstracts, educational posters, symposia, as well as didactic
teaching from leading authorities on various topics within pediatric
orthopaedics.
Learning Objectives
Learn about the latest advances in pediatric orthopaedic
surgery.
Obtain opinions of world-renowned thought leaders in the
eld.
Use the information obtained to make improvements in their
own practices.
Top 5 Reasons to Attend the Annual Meeting
1. Learn about the latest advances in pediatric orthopaedic surgery.
2. Connect and collaborate with fellow surgeons who experience
similar issues in the workplace.
3. Earn over 20 CME credits.
4. Reignite your passion and leave feeling inspired and energized.
5. Experience Charlotte and true southern charm!
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CORPORATE PARTNER –
ANNUAL MEETING SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
POSNA Quality, Safety and
Value Initiative (QSVI)
$10,000 – $50,000
The POSNA QSVI is an exciting new effort spearheaded by our lead-
ership that will improve outcomes for our patients, support research,
and optimize health care delivery in pediatric orthopaedics.
Quality-improvement education in the pediatric orthopaedic
subspecialties of spine, sports medicine, hip, hand/upper
extremity, cerebral palsy, lower extremity, and trauma
National benchmarking, metrics and outcomes to educate
the government and payers about the value of pediatric
orthopedic care
Performance quality improvement initiatives for individual
practices/hospitals
Best practice guidelines and care maps for patient-centered
care
We would appreciate the opportunity to partner with industry to
advance these aims, improve the care of children, and identify best
quality/value in health care. Research and educational programming
grants are available as well as specic grant areas. The QSVI
Committee is considering the following projects:
Development of Platform to Share Device Failure, Surgical
Technique Failure across Health Systems
Specialize or Don’t Play’ – Consideration for Campaign to
Major Issue in Youth Sport
Return to Play Following an Injury…Safely
Improving the Decision-Making Process of New Technology
Expanding our Patient-Centered Care Knowledge
Safe Pediatric Spine Center Accreditation
QSVI Annual Webinar on select topics on Quality, Safety, Value
If you are interested in sponsoring any of these projects, please con-
tact the POSNA ofce for objectives and budget information.
GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Support of named research grants and/or scholarships will include
at 10% management fee to offset costs for staff time, grant software
and committee conference calls. This fee will be included in your
total sponsorship dollars.
Named Research Grant
$33,000 - $53,000
Help support POSNAs commitment to high quality research by
sponsoring a named research grant. In 2018, 59 grant applications
were received and reviewed by the research committee, 15 of those
were selected for funding. A named grant will help grow the number
of research projects we are able to fund in 2019. The available
grant, with the company name, will be listed on the POSNA website
and in other notications of available and awarded grants.
Guidelines:
Minimum donation per grant is $33,000 (includes 10% adminis-
trative fee);
The research grant will carry the name of the donating company;
Should they wish to do so, the donating company will have the
right to designate the grant to support research in specic topic
areas, such as: Trauma, Spine, Sports Medicine, Basic Science,
etc.;
Selection of the grant recipient will be done entirely by the
Research Grant Committee according to their established
guidelines, and with no involvement or input from the donating
company. The Research Grant Committee will make every effort
to select a grant within the preferred eld, if one has been desig-
nated, but POSNA reserves the right to select the best available
grant if an appropriate study is not identied within the requested
area of investigation. The selected grant will continue to carry the
name of the donating company;
Named research grants for 2019 must be confirmed with
the POSNA office no later than December 31, 2018. Please
inform the POSNA ofce as soon as possible, if you require a
grant application to be submitted by POSNA.
Micro Grants
$1,100 - $22,000
The objective of the POSNA Micro Grant Program is to advance
musculoskeletal care for children and adolescents through educa-
tion, research, quality, safety and value initiatives, advocacy, and
global outreach to children in underserved areas. The micro grant
program is dedicated to promoting the diversity of the membership
and to encourage members who do not typically receive major
POSNA research awards to advance their creative ideas. Grants are
awarded twice a year in Spring and the Fall.
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CORPORATE PARTNER –
ANNUAL MEETING SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT
Educational Grant
$25,000 and up
By providing an unrestricted educational grant in any amount, your
company can help offset the cost of the Annual Meeting so that
we can keep registration fees low for attendees. This grant could
include donations to offset Audio Visual costs. Supporters will be
acknowledged on signage in the registration area and in the Annual
Meeting Program Book.
Subspecialty Day (SSD)
$20,000 per Session
(Spine, Trauma Hip and Sports)
$10,000 per Session
(Hand, Foot, Lower Extremity
and Neuromuscular)
(Open to multiple sponsors)
New for the 2019 Annual Meeting, Subspecialty Day will be expanded
to feature eight subspecialty sessions: Neuromuscular, Lower
Extremity Deformity, Hand, Foot, Spine, Sports, Hip, and Trauma.
The subspecialties of Spine, Sports, Hip, and Trauma will have two
separate half-sessions covering Early Onset Scoliosis; Adolescent
Idiopathic Scoliosis / Neuromuscular Scoliosis / Spondylolisthesis;
Upper Extremity Sports; Lower Extremity Sports; Adolescent Hip;
Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip; Upper Extremity Trauma; and
Lower Extremity Trauma. Hand, Foot, Lower Extremity and Neuro-
muscular will have one half-session. The sponsor will be acknowl-
edged on signage outside the session room.
Pre-Course
Improving Patient Care through Wellness,
Teamwork, and Organizational Change
$25,000 (Open to one sponsor)
The half-day Pre-Course, chaired by Brian Scannell, MD, will
combine a mix of didactic and discussion-based teaching focusing
on caring for ourselves, our teams, and our pediatric orthopaedic
patients. The Pre-Course will focus on member wellness, as our
society tries to make this the foundation for our strategic plan going
forward. A continental breakfast and coffee break will be provided,
with up to 4 hours of CME credit provided to attendees. The Sponsor
will be acknowledged in the Final Program book and on signage
outside the session.
International Education Grants
$25,000 - $50,000
By supporting an unrestricted educational grant, your company can
assist POSNA in its international educational mission by providing
quality programs organized by our alliance partners in countries
with limited resources. Acknowledgement will be given in all printed
materials and signage at the event.
PUBLICATIONS AND
MULTIMEDIA SUPPORT
Preliminary Meeting Program
$15,000 (Open to one sponsor)
The Annual Meeting Preliminary Program will be available on the
POSNA website. The preliminary program contains the meeting
schedule, registration, travel and venue information. You will be
acknowledged in the preliminary program as the sponsor if
purchased prior to December 31, 2018. Please note that the
Preliminary Program will only be available electronically.
Final Program Book
$25,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Link your organization with a valuable educational resource that
is prominently used through the Annual Meeting and beyond. The
final program will be available on the POSNA website and MY
POSNA APP. The final program book is a template for the scientific
sessions. The book will include the complete schedule, meeting,
venue, exhibit and sponsorship information. In addition, an Abbrevi-
ated final program will be distributed to all attendees at registration.
Sponsor will be acknowledged on the inside of cover.
Wireless Access
$30,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Help attendees stay connected during the meeting by providing
access for wireless-enabled devices throughout the meeting space
during the Annual Meeting. Sponsor will be able to enhance their
visibility with a customized splash page seen by attendees when
they log in.
My POSNA App
$25,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Meeting attendees use a mobile app which includes the full meeting
program, individual abstracts and handouts, and general meeting
information. Attendees are able to customize their virtual briefcase
allowing them to save abstracts, session materials and connect with
other attendees. Other features include interactive Q&A functionality,
and push notifications to alert attendees of updates and reminders.
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CORPORATE PARTNER –
ANNUAL MEETING SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
PUBLICATIONS AND
MULTIMEDIA SUPPORT, continued
ePoster Presentations
$10,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Visual media in the form of the ePoster exhibit is a valued compo-
nent of the meeting. The ePosters will be displayed on computers
located in high trafc areas outside the meeting hall. Throughout
the program, the ePosters’ monitors enable participants to view the
electronic presentations. Company will be acknowledged as
sponsor on the computer kiosks.
Registration Area
$25,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Company will be acknowledged in the Annual Meeting’s highest
trafc area on signage in the registration area with recognition as the
“Annual Meeting Registration Sponsor.”
Video Theater
$10,000 (Open to one sponsor)
New to the 2019 Annual Meeting is the addition of surgical tech-
nique video abstracts. Videos will be selected by the program
committee and members can vote via the My POSNA App for the
best surgical video which will be recognized during the awards ses-
sion. Attendees will be able to view videos on iPads and in a theater
style setting. Sponsor will be acknowledged on signage in the video
theater area.
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Welcome Reception
$25,000 (Open to one sponsor)
The Opening Ceremony on Wednesday evening ofcially marks the
commencement of the Annual Meeting. Afterward, delegates will
gather at the Welcome Reception to enjoy hors d’oeuvres, beverages
and reconnect with friends and colleagues. Sponsor may provide
napkins and/or beer/wine cozies with company name and logo.
Sponsor will design, produce and ship napkins and/or beer/wine
cozies to the meeting. Design must be approved by POSNA. A
meter sign placed in the Reception Area will complete this offering.
Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall
$10,000 (Open to one sponsor per breakfast event)
A complimentary breakfast will be provided in the Exhibit Hall on
Thursday and Friday mornings at the Annual Meeting. Sponsor may
provide napkins and/or coffee cup sleeves printed with company
name and logo to be placed on tables in the exhibit hall. Sponsor
will design, produce and ship napkins and/or sleeves to the meeting.
Design must be approved by POSNA. A 22”x28” sign placed in the
exhibit hall will complete this offering.
Refreshment Breaks in Exhibit
Hall
$7,000 (Open to one sponsor per break event)
Coffee cup sleeves and/or napkins offer an eye-catching vehicle
for a company’s message. Sleeves and/or napkins will be available
in the Exhibit Hall during coffee breaks on Wednesday afternoon,
Thursday morning, Friday morning and Friday afternoon. Sponsor
will design, produce and ship sleeves and/or napkins to the meeting.
Design must be approved by POSNA. A 22” x 28” sign placed in
the exhibit hall complete this offering.
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PROMOTIONAL AND
MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES
The partnership opportunities listed below allow the participating
company to achieve the utmost exposure and recognition. Compa-
ny advertisement with logo and graphics produced on cling-on signs
in the convention center’s heaviest traffic areas. Dollar amounts
toward marketing and advertising will count toward total sponsor-
ship contribution.
Charging Stations
$15,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Enable attendees to charge their smartphones, tablets and other
devices without leaving the meeting area. These stations will surely
draw attention and appreciation from attendees as you rescue them
from the dreaded “low battery” signal. Corporate supporter’s com-
pany name will be displayed on each station.
Hotel Key Cards
$7,500 (Open to one sponsor)
Customized guest room hotel keys will bear the logo and tagline of
the sponsor on one side of the key card. Design must be submit-
ted to and approved by POSNA. POSNA will arrange to have the
artwork put on the cards.
Final Program Book Ads
$1,500 (Open to multiple sponsors)
A full-page color company ad in the electronic and abbreviated
Final Program book. Artwork must be approved by POSNA and
submitted in a PDF le. Placement in the book will be at POSNAs
discretion.
Badge Holders
$7,500 (Open to one sponsor)
By sponsoring badge holders, your company name
will be printed around the lanyard portion of the
badge holder. Industry logos are not allowed.
Badge holders and lanyards are recyclable.
Lanyards will be purchased and shipped by POSNA.
Sponsor will be acknowledged on signage.
Pens
$5,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Pens printed with 2019 POSNA Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC,
sponsored by [company name]. Pens will be distributed at the
registration desk. Recognition of the sponsor will be acknowledged
on signage. Industry logos are not allowed. Company is responsible
for the production and shipment of pens to the meeting. Artwork
must be approved by POSNA.
Notepads
$5,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Notepads printed with 2019 POSNA Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC,
sponsored by [company name]. Notepads will be distributed at the
registration desk. Recognition of the sponsor will be acknowledged
on signage. Industry logos are not allowed. Company is responsible
for the production and shipment of notepads to the meeting.
Artwork must be approved by POSNA.
POSNA Website Banner
$10,000 (Open to 4 sponsors)
Advertise your company or hospital on a Banner Ad on the Home
Page on the POSNA Website. Logos are permitted on Banner Ads.
Banner Ad will run for six (6) months, May through October. If more
than one company purchases a Banner Ad, then ads will rotate on
the website home page.
CORPORATE PARTNER –
ANNUAL MEETING SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Children’s Hospital Sponsors
Children’s Hospitals are welcome to sponsor any of the sponsorship or marketing opportunities listed. Sponsoring hospitals may also purchase
exhibit space (prot or non-prot table dependent on space available) to highlight their hospital facilities and research work. The exhibit may
not be used for recruitment purposes, unless the hospital is a Diamond Level or above sponsor.
Hospitals interested in recruiting, may purchase a poster board exhibit at the cost of $1,000. Any of the Marketing Items listed below are
ideal for Hospital Sponsorship. Add to an Educational Grant or other sponsor opportunity to qualify for one of our Sponsor Levels.
See sponsor benets on pages 3-4.
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CORPORATE PARTNER –
ANNUAL MEETING SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Stairway Ads
$7,500 – $10,000
$7,500 (7-step staircase ad – far end of lobby – two available)
$10,000 (24-step grand staircase – heaviest trafc area –
open to one sponsor)
Advertise your company on
convention center stairway
with ad space on steps seen
by participants as they walk
upstairs. Company will pro-
vide artwork to POSNA.
Artwork will be due by
March 1, 2019. Only one staircase section per company.
Escalator Wall Sign
$5,000 size 9’ x 3’
$7,000 size 9’ x 7’
(Two signs available – one per sponsor)
Your Company Ad will be
prominently displayed as
attendees enter the meeting
space. Company will provide
the artwork to POSNA.
Artwork is due by
March 1, 2019.
Wall Decal
$7,000
(Two decals available different sizes – one per sponsor)
Place your Company Ad on the wall in strategic places throughout
the meeting space. Company will provide the artwork to POSNA.
Artwork is due by March 1, 2019. Two different sizes: (approximate-
ly: 21’ x 5’ or 9’ x 13’).
Column Wrap Sign
$10,000 per column
(Three available – one per sponsor)
Make a powerful impact with highly visible
column wraps located throughout the meeting
space. Drive trafc to your booth by creating
awareness about a new product or promoting
your company. Company will provide the
artwork to POSNA. Artwork due by
March 1, 2019.
Courtesy of charlottesgotalot.com”
2019 ANNUAL MEETING – SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
TUESDAY, MAY 14
Board of Directors Meeting 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Registration 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
POPS Meeting 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
Fellowship Directors Meeting 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM
Registration 6:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Pre-Course Breakfast 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
Pre-Course 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Scientic Program 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Coffee Break 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Concurrent Session I 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Concurrent Session II 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Opening Ceremony 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Welcome Reception 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
THURSDAY, MAY 16
Registration 6:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Scientic Program 7:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Coffee Break 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Symposia Program 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Young Member Forum 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
FRIDAY, MAY 17
Registration 6:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Scientic Program Award Papers 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Coffee Break 9:00 AM – 9:20 AM
Presidential Speaker 10:00 AM – 10:20 AM
2020 Meeting Highlights 10:20 AM – 10:25 AM
Presidential Transfer 11:25 AM – 11:00 AM
Member Business Meeting 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
FRIDAY, MAY 17, CONTINUED
Subspecialty Day
Hand/Foot 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Hip 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Neuromuscular/LE 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Spine 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Sports 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Trauma 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
(Coffee Breaks will be between session periods)
Closing Reception (NASCAR Hall of Fame) 7:30 PM – 11:00 PM
SATURDAY, MAY 18
Registration 6:30 AM – 12:00 PM
POSNA Board Meeting 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Scientic Program 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Coffee Break 9:20 AM – 9:40 AM
*Program subject to change
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ANNUAL MEETING ATTENDANCE – SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
POSNA ANNUAL MEETING
DELEGATE ATTENDANCE
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POSNA ANNUAL MEETING
DELEGATE ATTENDANCE
Registration Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2019
Company:
Contact Name:
Address:
City / State / Zip:
Phone: Fax: Email:
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES NOTE: All rates are in US$
q POSNA QSVI
$10,000-$50,000
$
q Educational Grants
$25,000-$50,000
$
q SSD (spine, sports, hip, trauma) $20,000/session $
q SSD (hand, foot, LE, neuro) $10,000/session $
q International Educational Grants
$25,000-$50,000
$
q Pre-Course* $25,000 $
q Named Research Grant (By Dec. 31, 2018)
$33,000-$53,000
$
q Micro Grants
$1,100-$22,000
$
q Preliminary Program (By Dec. 31, 2018) $15,000 $
q Final Program Book* $25,000 $
q Wireless Access $30,000 $
q My POSNA App* $25,000 $
q ePoster Presentations* $10,000 $
q Registration Area* $25,000 $
q Video Theater $10,000 $
q Welcome Reception $25,000 $
q Breakfast in Exhibit Hall $10,000/breakfast event $
q Refreshment Break $7,000/break event $
q Charging Station $15,000 $
q Hotel Key Cards $7,500 $
q Badge Holders $7,500 $
q Pens $5,000 $
q Notepads $5,000 $
q POSNA Website Banner $10,000 $
*Support item is subject to rst right of refusal by 2018 supporter.
TOTAL CONTRIBUTION: $
PAYMENT METHOD
q Check enclosed (US dollars drawn on a US Bank made
payable to “Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America”)
q Credit Card q Visa q MasterCard q AMEX
Card No. Exp. Date:
Name on Card
Signature Total Amount Paid $
I am an authorized representative of the company
named above with the full power and authority
to
sign and deliver this application. The company listed
above agrees to comply with all of the policies,
rules and regulations contained in the Pediatric
Orthopaedic Society of North America prospectus,
and all policies, rules and regulations adopted after
the publication of the original prospectus, which we
accept as part of this agreement.
Signature of Authorizing Ofcer, Title
Date
POSNA REQUIRES THAT SPONSORSHIPS
ARE PAID IN FULL AT LEAST 60 DAYS
PRIOR TO THE START OF THE MEETING.
TO REGISTER FOR AN EXHIBIT BOOTH,
SEE PAGE 13.
RETURN TO:
POSNA
9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 500
Rosemont, IL 60018-4976 USA
Phone: 847.698.1692
Fax: 847.268.9694
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PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA
2019 ANNUAL MEETING May 15-18, 2019
Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
CORPORATE PARTNERS SPONSORSHIP FORM
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, CONTINUED
q Program Book Ads
1,500
$
q 7-Step Stairway Ads
$7,500
$
q 24-Step Stairway Ads
$10,000
$
q Escalator Wall Sign
$5,000-$7,000
$
q Wall Decals
$7,000
$
q Column Wrap Sign $10,000 $
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Company:
Contact Name:
Address:
City / State / Zip:
Phone: Fax: Email:
INDUSTRY EXHIBIT FEE
q $3,000 / First Table
For Sponsors Exhibiting: Number of complimentary representative badges is determined by your sponsor level, see pages 3-4
For Companies only exhibiting: Exhibit fee includes two (2) representative badges)
Names:
ADDITIONAL TABLE / BADGES
q $1,000
Includes an additional skirted 6’ x 30” table.
(2 table maximum)
q $925 Additional Badges (Deadline: May 1, 2019)
(on-site will be $1,025)
Names:
PAYMENT METHOD
Payment must be received before booth space is assigned.
q Check enclosed (Check Number )
q Credit Card q Visa q MasterCard q AMEX
Card No. Exp. Date:
Name on Card
Signature Total Amount Paid $
RETURN TO: POSNA, 9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 500, Rosemont, IL 60018-4976 USA
Phone: 847.698.1692 Fax: 847.268.9694
FOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, SEE PAGE 12.
I am an authorized representative of the company named
above with the full power and authority
to sign and deliver
this application. The company listed
above agrees to comply
with all of the policies, rules and regulations contained in the
Pediatric
Orthopaedic Society of North America prospectus,
and all policies, rules and regulations adopted after the
publication of the original prospectus, which we accept as
part of this agreement.
Signature of Authorizing Ofcer, Title
Date
Cancellation Policy: You can obtain full refund on cancellation of exhibit registration prior to February 1, 2019.
After February 1, 2019, refund will be minus a 20% processing fee on all cancellations. No refund on cancellations after April 1, 2019.
INDUSTRY EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION FORM
PEDIATRIC
ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA
2019 ANNUAL MEETING May 15-18, 2019
Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Registration Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2019
CONTRACTS NOT BEARING SIGNATURE
AND PAYMENT WILL BE RETURNED.
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2019 IPOS MEETING
2019 INTERNATIONAL PEDIATRIC
ORTHOPAEDIC SYMPOSIUM (IPOS)
The International Pediatric Orthopaedic Symposium has been
jointly sponsored by POSNA and AAOS since 2004. The annual
symposium is the most comprehensive and innovative educational
program in pediatric orthopaedics, with multiple learning tracks
allowing participants to customize their learning experience. The
IPOS educational philosophy is to provide state-of-the art presen-
tations by leaders in the eld, case presentations by expert panels,
small group discussions, and surgical skills workshops for orthope-
dic surgeons and trainees at the highest level of training for a career
in pediatric orthopedic surgery.
A world-renowned group of more than 70 orthopaedic surgeons
from the United States and several countries around the world,
comprise the faculty for IPOS, as well as 5 IPOS Instructors, who
will participate in CME Breakout Sessions, Lunchtime Learning
Sessions, and Top Gun.
Recognizing the increasing complexity, diversity and subspecializa-
tion within pediatric orthopaedics, the IPOS schedule allows regis-
trants to customize their learning experience to their own practice
needs. In addition to focused lecture sessions and case discussions,
registrants may choose from over 40 breakout sessions, including:
Surgical skills demonstrations
Hands-on technical workshops
Industry-sponsored satellite sessions on cutting edge
techniques
Our signature Top Gun Surgical Simulation Competition for
residents and fellows
New offerings for nurses, physician assistants, and other
allied health providers
Orthopaedic companies and foundations supporting IPOS gain an
unparalleled opportunity to market their company’s products and
services in the leading educational program in pediatric ortho-
paedics. Sponsoring companies have access to more than 500
orthopaedic surgeons, pediatric orthopaedic fellows, orthopaedic
residents and allied health professionals.
In 2019, we anticipate an attendance of over 500 orthopaedic
surgeons, pediatric orthopaedic fellows, residents, allied health
professionals and faculty. Orthopaedic surgeons from more than 61
countries have participated in IPOS since its inception.
For more information, visit ipos.posna.org.
December 6-10, 2016
Orlando, FL
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IPOS MEETING
DELEGATE ATTENDANCE
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2019 IPOS MEETING – SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10
Registration 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Resident Scholarship Recipient 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Case Presentations
Career Planning and Professional Development 5:15 PM – 6:30 PM
for Residents and Fellows
Industry-sponsored Pre-Course 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
Industry-sponsored Pre-Course 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
Industry-sponsored Cocktail Reception 8:00 PM – 8:45 PM
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11
Registration 6:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Breakfast & Exhibits 6:45 AM – 7:45 AM
General Session 1 7:45 AM – 10:15 AM
Break & Exhibits 10:10 AM – 10:30 AM
CME Breakout Sessions 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Lunch & Exhibits 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Concurrent Session 1 1:00 PM – 3:10 PM
Concurrent Session 2 1:00 PM – 3:10 PM
Break & Exhibits 3:10 PM – 3:30 PM
Industry Spotlight Sessions 3:30 PM – 4:40 PM
Industry Spotlight Sessions 4:50 PM – 6:00 PM
Course Directors’ Welcome Reception 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12
Registration 6:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Breakfast & Exhibits 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM
Industry Spotlight Sessions 7:30 AM – 8:40 AM
Break & Exhibits 8:40 AM – 9:00 AM
General Session 2 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Lunch & Exhibits 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Lunchtime Cases 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, CONTINUED
CME Breakout Sessions 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Break & Exhibits 2:00 PM – 2:20 PM
Concurrent Session 3 2:20 PM – 4:30 PM
Concurrent Session 4 2:20 PM – 4:30 PM
Top Gun Surgical Simulation Competition 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM
(by invitation only)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13
Registration 6:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Breakfast & Exhibits 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM
Industry Spotlight Sessions 7:30 AM – 8:40 AM
Break & Exhibits 8:40 AM – 9:00 AM
Concurrent Session 5 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Concurrent Session 6 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Lunch & Exhibits 11:30 AM – 12:30 AM
Lunchtime Cases 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM
General Session 3 12:30 PM – 2:50 PM
Awards and Acknowledgements 2:50 PM – 3:05 PM
Break & Exhibits 3:10 PM – 3:30 PM
CME Breakout Sessions 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14
Registration 6:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Breakfast 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM
Concurrent Session 7 7:30 AM – 9:40 AM
Concurrent Session 8 7:30 AM – 9:40 AM
CME Breakout Sessions 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Lunch 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
*Program subject to change
IPOS MEETING ATTENDANCE – SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
16
th
Annual
International Pediatric
Orthopaedic Symposium
Presented by POSNA and AAOS
December 10 – 14, 2019 Orlando, FL
ipos.posna.org
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CORPORATE PARTNER – IPOS SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Industry Spotlight Sessions
$15,000 for the rst session
(includes two company representative registrations)
$10,000 for each additional session
(includes one company representative registration)
Maximum workshop spots available: 20
The opportunity to present independent spotlight workshops during
IPOS is available at a variety of sponsorship levels. Five workshops
run concurrently in four different sessions. Each session runs for 1
hour and 10 minutes.
Session dates and times will be assigned by industry liaison faculty
to ensure the best attendance for all sessions and so that there is
minimal overlap.
POSNA and AAOS do not accredit company workshops for CME
credits and industry partners do not participate in IPOS program
planning or peer review.
Each company has full responsibility for developing their spot light
sessions consistent with the focus of the program. Industry may
present lectures or conduct bone model labs; no anatomical
specimens are allowed.
Companies may not use a surgical skills outtted truck/trailer/bus to
conduct spotlight sessions.
If your company is planning multiple sessions, we request that
these sessions do not include more than two sessions on a similar
pediatric orthopaedic disorder (e.g. no more than two workshops on
spinal deformity surgical techniques). POSNA sets the schedule of
spotlight sessions.
Each company is required to identify an orthopaedic surgeon as
session director for each spotlight session that they partic ipate in.
Industry program directors who are not on the faculty of IPOS are al-
lowed to attend the IPOS sessions. However, no CME credit is pro-
vided unless registration fee is paid. All travel expenses for non-IPOS
faculty are the responsibility of the sponsoring company.
Companies are required to provide POSNA with information on their
programs (lecture/lab titles, faculty, and brief description.) for use
in the POSNA promotional materials by Friday, August 30, 2019.
Audiovisual and room set up information requirements are due to
POSNA/AAOS by Monday, September 30, 2019.
Commitments and approved Letters of Agreement are required prior
to program dates.
RULES & REGULATIONS FOR
INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT SESSIONS
Instructor Selection
 The sponsoring company is welcome to invite the
instructors/faculty of their choice.
 Either company personnel or surgeons may serve as
instructors/faculty.
 Faculty speaking in IPOS programming may serve as Industry
Spotlight Session instructors/faculty as long as they do not
receive compensation of any kind from workshop supporters.
Instructor Funding
 The sponsoring company is responsible for all expenses
incurred by their instructors/faculty, subject to the company’s
own internal guidelines and agreements with the instructors/
faculty.
 POSNA and AAOS will not pay for instructor/faculty expenses,
unless the individual is also serving as IPOS Faculty.
 Sponsoring companies may not provide compensation of any
kind to members of the IPOS selected faculty. POSNA will
pay travel and hotel expenses for IPOS faculty and prohibits
these faculty from receiving additional funding from sponsors.
Promotion of Workshop
POSNA and AAOS will promote workshops in the yers and
marketing announcements by email and in programs on the website
(ipos.posna.org) and My POSNA App.
Room Assignment
Room assignment will be decided by the IPOS program committee
based on the following:
 Topics of workshops
 Number of workshops
 Date of receipt of workshop information and signed
agreement
 Sponsorship level
POSNA reserves the right to change location of the workshop
rooms if conict arises regarding space requests or conditions that
are beyond the control of POSNA.
Program Entries
POSNA will include information about the workshops both on the
POSNA/IPOS website at ipos.posna.org in advance of the meet-
ing, and as part of the Final Program on the website and on the My
POSNA App, which will be available to all registrants prior to the
start of the meeting. A form will be sent to all workshop coordi-
nators to be lled out and signed for each workshop, requesting
the following information: title and topic, names of faculty and
instructors, and description of the workshop. Deadline for receipt
of this form will be September 27, 2019. POSNA cannot guarantee
that information received after this date will be included in the Final
Program.
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CORPORATE PARTNER – IPOS SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Educational Grants
$10,000 and up
By providing an unrestricted educational grant in any amount, your
company can help offset the cost of IPOS so that we can keep
registration fees low for attendees. This grant could include dona-
tions to offset Audio Visual costs. Supporters will be acknowledged
on signage.
Non-CME Pre-Course
Double Diamond Sponsorship Required
$13,000 each (Open to two sponsors)
Two (2) companies have an opportunity to reach IPOS attendees
with an elite pre-course offering. This non-accredited opportunity
allows for one of a kind interaction with attendees at the pre-course
session. Your company will be acknowledged by the course
director as well as signage located outside of your pre-course
ses sion. Pre-course takes place Tuesday, December 10, 2019 from
7:00 to 8:15 pm. This sponsorship also includes the Industry
Sponsored Reception following the pre-course.
Preliminary Meeting Program
$7,500 (Open to one sponsor)
The IPOS Preliminary Program will be available on the IPOS website.
The preliminary program contains the meeting schedule, registration,
travel and venue information. You will be acknowledged in the
preliminary program as the sponsor if purchased prior to
July 8, 2019. Please note the Preliminary Program will only be
available electronically.
Final Meeting Program
$7,500 (Open to one sponsor)
The Final Program will be available on the IPOS website and MY
POSNA APP. The book will include the full meeting schedule,
spotlight sessions, ePoster listings, meeting, venue, exhibit and
sponsorship information. Sponsor will be acknowledged on the
inside of cover. Please note the Final Program will only be available
electronically.
ePoster Presentations
$5,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Visual media in the form of the ePoster exhibit is a valued compo-
nent of the meeting. The ePosters will be displayed on computers
located in high trafc areas outside the meeting hall. Throughout
the program, the ePosters’ monitors enable participants to view the
electronic presentations. Company will be acknowledged as
sponsor on the computer kiosks.
8th Annual Top Gun
Surgical Simulation Competition
$5,000 each (Open to six sponsors)
In 2019, IPOS will host its 8th Annual Top Gun Surgical Simulation
competition. Designed for an elite group of orthopaedic resident and
fellow applicants and moderated by over 30 IPOS faculty. Top Gun
has become a signature IPOS event. Many of our industry partners
share our commitment to improving surgical education, optimize
patient outcomes, and promote patient safety. Through the Top Gun
program, we provide tomorrow’s pediatric orthopaedic surgeons
quality instruction, as well as important lessons in simulation training,
skills acquisition, and teamwork.
This is a non-CME event. Sponsor benets include recog nition by
the course director of the company’s sponsorship of the Top Gun
program, signage acknowledging the com pany sponsorship, oppor-
tunity to showcase your products to the residents and fellows who
compete in Top Gun, and your company logo on Top Gun T-shirts
will be provided to all faculty and participants.
Six sessions are offered during Top Gun. Two sessions: Ponseti
and Distal Radius are conducted by POSNA. A sponsor is welcome
to sponsor these sessions. Acknowledgment will be posted on a
sign outside the session room. The other four sessions available for
sponsorship are: Spine, Sports Medicine, SCFE, and Team Chal-
lenge. These four sessions will be conducted by the sponsor.
Top Gun Selection
One session will be offered to each company at a sponsor cost of
$5,000, not including skill session-equipment, personnel, etc. Ability
of corporate partners to provide the needed manpower and supplies
required for the station under the direction of the Top Gun Director
and Station Captain.
Double Diamond (DD) sponsors will receive rst option.
In the event that more than one DD sponsor requests to sponsor
a session within the same specialty, the previous participant in that
specialty will receive rst consideration.
Second tier of preference will be given to those companies who
were able to successfully participate the previous year.
A Sponsor of one station can sponsor a second station provided no
other sponsor wants to participate within the scope of the overall
Top Gun educational program. The second station will require an
additional $5,000.
The Top Gun Director will have nal choice in which sponsor to
select in the case of multiple sponsors wanting to participate in the
same station or content area, based upon above considerations.
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CORPORATE PARTNER – IPOS SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Registration Area
$10,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Company will be acknowledged in the IPOS’ highest trafc area on
signage in the registration area with recognition as the “IPOS Regis-
tration Sponsor.”
My POSNA App
$10,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Meeting attendees use a mobile app which includes the full meeting
program, individual handouts, and general meeting information.
Attendees are able to customize their virtual briefcase allowing
them to save handouts, session materials and connect with other
attendees. Other features include interactive Q&A functionality,
real-time faculty survey and push notications to alert attendees of
updates and reminders.
Ponseti Clubfoot Models
$5,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Ponseti Workshops and Top Gun use these models for demonstra-
tion and hands-on learning. This sponsorship will be used to pur-
chase foot models to be used each year. Each year a sign will be
posted outside of the sessions, acknowledging that the equipment
was sponsored by your company.
PROMOTIONAL AND
MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES
The partnership opportunities listed allow the participating company
to achieve the utmost exposure and recognition. Company
advertisement with logo and graphics produced on cling-on signs in
the convention center’s heaviest traffic areas. Dollar amounts
toward marketing and advertising will count toward total sponsor-
ship contribution.
Hotel Key Cards
$7,500 (Open to one sponsor)
Customized guest room hotel keys will bear the logo and tagline of
the sponsor on one side of the key card. Design must be submitted
to and approved by POSNA. POSNA will arrange to have the
artwork put on the cards.
PROMOTIONAL AND
MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES, continued
Final Program Full-Page Ad
$1,500 (Open to multiple sponsors)
Full-Page color company ad in the Final Program which will be
displayed on the IPOS website. Artwork must be approved by
POSNA and submitted in a pdf le no later than October 4, 2019.
Placement in the document will be at POSNAs discretion. Please
note that the Final Program will only be available electronically.
Badge Holders
$7,500 (Open to one sponsor)
By sponsoring badge holders, your company name will be printed
around the lanyard portion of the badge holder. Industry logos are
not allowed. Badge holders and lanyards are recyclable. Lanyards
will be purchased and shipped by POSNA. Sponsor will be acknowl-
edged on signage. (See page 9 for image.)
Pens
$5,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Pens printed with IPOS 2019 POSNA Meeting, Orlando, FL, spon-
sored by [company name]. Pens will be distributed at the registra-
tion desk. Recognition of the sponsor will be on acknowledged on
signage. Industry logos are not allowed. Company is responsible for
the production and shipment of pens to the meeting. Artwork must
be approved by POSNA.
Notepads
$5,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Notepads printed with IPOS 2019 POSNA Meeting, Orlando, FL,
sponsored by [company name]. Notepads will be distributed at the
registration desk. Recognition of the sponsor will be on acknowl-
edged on signage. Industry logos are not allowed. Company is
responsible for the production and shipment of notepads to the
meeting. Artwork must be approved by POSNA.
Charging Station
$15,000 (Open to one sponsor)
Enable attendees to charge their smartphones, tablets and other
devices without leaving the meeting area. These stations will surely
draw attention and appreciation from attendees as you rescue them
from the dreaded “low battery” signal. Corporate supporter’s com-
pany name will be displayed on each station.
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Course Directors’
Welcome Reception
$20,000 (Open to one sponsor)
The Course Directors’ Welcome Reception held Wednesday,
December 11
th
from 6:30-7:30 pm, celebrates IPOS 2019 on the
evening of the meeting’s rst day. Sponsor may provide napkins
and/or beer/wine cozies with company name and logo. Sponsor
will design, produce and ship napkins and/or beer/wine cozies to
the meeting. Design must be approved by POSNA. A meter sign
placed in the Reception Area will complete this offering.
Lunch in the Exhibit Hall
$25,000 (Open to one sponsor per lunch event)
A complimentary lunch will be provided with seating in the Exhibit
Hall on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at IPOS. Sponsor may
provide napkins and/or coffee cup sleeves printed with company
name and logo to be placed on tables in the exhibit hall. Sponsor
will design, produce and ship napkins and/or sleeves to the meeting.
Design must be approved by POSNA. A 22”x28” sign placed in the
exhibit hall will complete this offering.
CORPORATE PARTNER – IPOS SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall
$10,000 (Open to one sponsor per breakfast event)
A complimentary breakfast will be provided with seating in the
Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings at IPOS.
Sponsor may provide napkins and/or coffee cup sleeves printed
with company name and logo to be placed on tables in the exhibit
hall. Sponsor will design, produce and ship napkins and/or sleeves
to the meeting. Design must be approved by POSNA. A 22”x28”
sign placed in the exhibit hall will complete this offering.
Refreshment Breaks in Exhibit
Hall
$7,000 (Open to one sponsor per break event)
Coffee cup sleeves and/or napkins offer an eye-catching vehicle for
a company’s message. Sleeves and/or napkins will be available in
the Exhibit Hall during coffee breaks at IPOS on Wednesday, Thurs-
day and Friday. Sponsor will design, produce and ship sleeves and/
or napkins to the meeting. Design must be approved by POSNA. A
22” x 28” sign placed in the exhibit hall complete this offering.
Advertising and branding opportunities to be
determined at a later date.
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IPOS CORPORATE PARTNERS SPONSORSHIP FORM
Registration Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2019*
Company:
Contact Name:
Address:
City / State / Zip:
Phone: Fax: Email:
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES NOTE: All rates are in US$
q Industry Spotlight Sessions $
$15,000 rst session;
$10,000 each additional session (4 max.)
q 8th Annual Top Gun Surgical $5,000 $
Simulation Competition
q Educational Grants $10,000 and up $
q Non-CME Pre-Course
$13,000
$
q Preliminary Program $7,500 $
q Final Program $7,500 $
q ePoster Presentations $5,000 $
q Registration Area $10,000 $
q My POSNA App $10,000 $
q Ponseti Clubfoot Models $5,000 $
TOTAL CONTRIBUTION: $
PAYMENT METHOD
q Check enclosed (US dollars drawn on a US Bank made
payable to “Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America”)
q Credit Card q Visa q MasterCard q AMEX
Card No. Exp. Date:
Name on Card
Signature Total Amount Paid $
I am an authorized representative of the company named above with
the full power and authority
to sign and deliver this application. The
company listed
above agrees to comply with all of the policies, rules
and regulations contained in the Pediatric
Orthopaedic Society of North
America prospectus,
and all policies, rules and regulations adopted
after the publication of the original prospectus, which we accept as
part of this agreement.
Signature of Authorizing Ofcer, Title
Date
INTERNATIONAL PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC SYMPOSIUM
December 10-14, 2019 Orlando, Florida, USA
*Commitments by February 1, 2019 will be acknowledged
in Sponsor Level at 2019 POSNA Annual Meeting.
Final Deadline for IPOS Sponsorships:
AUGUST 1, 2019
TO REGISTER FOR AN EXHIBIT BOOTH, SEE PAGE 21.
MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES
See pages 3-4 for Sponsorship Levels
q Hotel Key Cards $7,500 $
q Final Program Full-Page Ad $1,500 $
q Badge Holders $7,500 $
q Pens $5,000 $
q Notepads $5,000 $
q Charging Station $15,000 $
q Welcome Reception $20,000 $
q Lunch in Exhibit Hall $25,000/lunch event $
q Breakfast in Exhibit Hall $10,000/breakfast event $
q Refreshment Break $7,000/break event $
RETURN TO: POSNA, 9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 500, Rosemont, IL 60018-4976 USA
Phone: 847.698.1692 Fax: 847.268.9694
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IPOS INDUSTRY EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION FORM
Registration Deadline: AUGUST 1, 2019
Company:
Contact Name:
Address:
City / State / Zip:
Phone: Fax: Email:
INDUSTRY EXHIBIT SPACE FEE
q $2,100 – 6’ x 6’ Booth
(One draped 6’ table, waste basket and 2 chairs will be provided)
q $3,000 – 10’ x 10’ Booth
(Two draped 6’ tables, waste basket and 2 chairs will be provided if needed)
For Sponsors Exhibiting: Number of complimentary representative badges is determined by your sponsor level, see pages 3-4.
For Companies only exhibiting: Exhibit fee includes two (2) representative badges)
BOOK DEALERS EXHIBIT FEE
q $1,525 – Table Top Exhibit q $850 – Second Table
(One draped 6’ table, waste basket and 2 chairs will be provided)
(Fee includes Registration for Two (2) representatives)
ADDITIONAL REPRESENTATIVES (Deadline: November 25, 2019)
q $849 each (on-site will be $700.00 each)
Names:
PAYMENT METHOD
Payment must be received before space is assigned.
q Check enclosed (Check Number )
q Credit Card q Visa q MasterCard q AMEX
Card No. Exp. Date:
Name on Card
Signature Total Amount Paid $
RETURN TO: POSNA, 9400 W. Higgins Road, Suite 500, Rosemont, IL 60018-4976 USA
Phone: 847.698.1692 Fax: 847.268.9694
FOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, SEE PAGE 20.
I am an authorized representative of the company named
above with the full power and authority
to sign and deliver
this application. The company listed
above agrees to comply
with all of the policies, rules and regulations contained in the
Pediatric
Orthopaedic Society of North America prospectus,
and all policies, rules and regulations adopted after the
publication of the original prospectus, which we accept as
part of this agreement.
Signature of Authorizing Ofcer, Title
Date
INTERNATIONAL PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC SYMPOSIUM
December 10-14, 2019 Orlando, Florida, USA
Cancellation Policy: You can obtain full refund on cancellation of exhibit registration prior to August 1, 2019.
After August 1, 2019, refund will be minus a 20% processing fee on all cancellations. No refund on cancellations after October 1, 2019.
CONTRACTS NOT BEARING SIGNATURE
AND PAYMENT WILL BE RETURNED.
Names:
Names:
EXHIBIT RULES AND REGULATIONS
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EXHIBIT RULES AND REGULATIONS
Interpretation of Rules
The following Rules and Regulations are part of the contract be-
tween the exhibitor and the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North
America (POSNA). All matters not covered in these Rules and Reg-
ulations shall be referred to POSNA for adjudication and the decision
of POSNA shall be nal. These Rules and Regulations may be
amended at any time by POSNA and all the amendments so made
shall be binding upon the exhibitor equally with these Rules and
Regulations, and shall become a part thereof, providing the exhibitor
is notied of the amendments. Notice may be verbal or in writing
before or during the Annual Meeting and IPOS, and may be given at
any authorized agent or representative of the exhibitor.
Exhibit Space
2019 Annual Meeting – Exhibit space at the Annual Meeting is
very limited and will consist of one or two 6-ft draped tables, based
on space available, at a fee of $3,000 for the rst table and $1,000
for the second table. Free standing portable pop up signs can be
placed behind table, but cannot extend past the length of the table.
2019 IPOS Meeting – Exhibit space at the IPOS Meeting con-
sists of either 6x6 or 10x10 booths in an exhibit hall. A 6x6 booth
will have one 6-ft draped table and 2 chairs at a cost of $2,100. A
10x10 booth will have two 6-ft draped tables and 2 chairs at a cost
of $3,000.
Exhibits will be open for display Wednesday through Friday at both
meetings. Exact times/dates are TBD. Exhibit space for both meet-
ings will not be assigned until after the registration deadline. Order
of assignments will be based on level of sponsorship. Exhibits
must be staffed at all times when the exhibit area is open to course
registrants. All aisles and exits must be kept clear and free of
obstruction. Any easel, sign, chair, etc., will be removed if found
outside the allotted space.
Storage of boxes will not be provided by POSNA. Storage will be
provided by the Exhibit Decorating company.
POSNA reserves the right to approve all exhibits and exhibitor
activities and reserves the right to recongure the exhibit oor
plan and reassign exhibit spaces at any given time.
Company reps are required to have their exhibit area neat and
orderly at all times. Cleaning of the exhibit area is the responsibility
of the company. No items may be attached to the walls or ceiling.
Cleaning and removal of any adhesive material is at the expense of
the exhibiting company. Potentially combustible rubbish must be
removed daily from exhibits.
Company tablecloths can be used on your exhibit tables either to
cover the table or to cover your exhibit during off hours. Company
Sign will be hung on back drape for 10x10 booths and on tables
for 6x6 booths or table top exhibits. Specic information regarding
set-up and tear down of an exhibit and exhibit hours will be provided
after the registration deadline.
Purpose of Exhibit
The sole purpose for contracting exhibit space with POSNA is to
display equipment, supplies, and/or services. Exhibit space is
limited to orthopaedic related products of interest to orthpaedic
surgeons.
WiFi and Electrical Power
Electrical power will not be provided by POSNA at the Annual
Meeting nor at IPOS. Companies needing electricity, please contact
POSNAs decorator. WiFi will be provided in the exhibit hall, the
password will be available at the registration desk.
Shipping Instructions
POSNA highly recommends that you use our ofcial shipper and/or
decorator for each meeting. Regardless of what shipper you use,
ALL exhibit freight should be shipped to the Decorator’s warehouse.
The Decorator will move it in and out of the Convention Center or
Hotel. If you chose to ship your material to the Convention Center
or Hotel, please note that the Convention Center or Hotel will not
store it. If you ship it to your room “hold for your arrival”, you will be
responsible for arranging to move it to your room, and to your ex-
hibit booth/table and you will be responsible for storing your boxes/
crates.
Contact information for shipper and Decorator, Exhibit Kits, Exhibit
Hours, and more detailed information will be sent to the exhibitor
after the registration deadline.
Cancellation Policy
2019 Annual Meeting – You can obtain full refund on cancellations
of exhibits prior to February 1, 2019. After February 1, 2019, refund
will be minus a 20% processing fee on all cancellations. No refund
on cancellations after April 1, 2019.
2019 IPOS Meeting – You can obtain full refund on cancellations
of exhibits prior to September 1, 2019. After September 1, 2019,
refund will be minus a 20% processing fee on all cancellations. No
refund on cancellations after November 1, 2019
Exhibit Display Limits
Corporate signage, displays and exhibits should not exceed 5 feet
(1.5 m) in height (from the oor, including tabletop displays) in order
to avoid obstruction of other exhibitors and industry partners neigh-
boring the exhibit area. The Industry Relations Committee and/or
POSNA staff reserves the right to modify or remove non-compliant
displays. If your exhibit is a booth up against the wall, free standing
banners and displays are allowed. Companies are not allowed to
block the entrance way or to block the view of other exhibit displays.
EXHIBIT RULES AND REGULATIONS
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Distribution of Printed Materials and
Canvassing by Industry
Canvassing in any part of the facilities used by POSNA is strictly
forbidden and anyone doing so will be asked to leave the meeting.
Distribution of advertising or printed material by the exhibitor outside
the exhibitor’s allotted space will not be permitted unless the distri-
bution or advertising is organized by POSNA.
Handouts and Giveaways
Distribution of samples of products and souvenirs of modest value
is permissible as long as such giveaways adhere to the guidelines
set forth by AdvaMed regarding Educational Items and Prohibition
of Gifts. Approval of samples must be obtained from POSNA. Dis-
tribution of such products or souvenirs will be allowed, provided it is
done in a dignied manner, does not create a nuisance, and causes
no interference with adjoining exhibits. Unapproved items will be
removed from the exhibit oor.
Photography
POSNA reserves the right to photograph exhibits and/or attendees
through the services of a POSNA ofcial vendor. Some of these
photos may be available on the POSNA and/or AAOS websites or
displayed in publications or material related to the Annual Meeting
and at IPOS. If you do not wish to have your booth
photographed,
please let POSNA know by emailing raymond@aaos.org.
Security
A security ofcer will be patrolling the Exhibit Area during the eve-
ning, night and early morning hours. However, we advise that you
do not leave laptops or other electronic portable devices or valu-
able equipment at your table at night. Please be sure your table is
covered when exhibit hours are closed. POSNA or AAOS will not be
responsible for lost or stolen items.
Insurance
The exhibitor acknowledges that neither POSNA, the Ofcial Service
Contractor/Decorator nor the facility at which the meeting is held,
shall be obligated to maintain property, liability, or business interrup-
tion insurance covering the exhibitor. It is the sole responsibility of
the exhibitor to obtain such insurance and the exhibitor must do so
at his/her own expense.
Use of Company Data
Exhibiting Company data, lled out on the exhibitor registration form,
will be maintained in the POSNA database until such time that the
company should request that it be deleted. Please be advised that
the data (contact person, phone number and email) will only be
given to POSNAs ofcial decorator for each meeting, only for the
purpose of sending information to the exhibitor regarding exhibit
materials, material handling and storage.
Subletting of Space
The subletting, assignment, or apportionment of the whole or any
part of an exhibitor’s space by the exhibitor is prohibited. Exhibitors
may not advertise or display goods in their exhibit other than those
manufactured or sold by them in the regular course of their busi-
ness. Exhibitors may not permit any other party to exhibit in their
space any goods other than those manufactured or distributed by
the contracting exhibitor.
Compliance with Local Ordinances
Licenses and permits required by local statute, ordinance or regu-
lation (if any) are to be obtained and paid for by the exhibitor. Each
exhibitor will be responsible for compliance with local health, re,
and safety ordinances and regulations. All products or services
exhibited must comply with all state and local regulations, and with
all current FDA regulations. POSNA has no further responsibility to
notify the exhibitors that this compliance is required.
Damage to Convention Center or Hotel Property
Exhibitors will be held responsible for any damage done to the
Convention Center or Hotel property by them, their employees or
agents. NO nails, tacks, or screws may be driven into the oor, wall,
or woodwork of the building. Posters and other materials cannot be
hung on the walls.
Fire Ordinances
Exhibitors must strictly observe all city, state, and federal re laws.
Demonstration of products must be contained to the area of your
table and shall not be in the aisles. Please do not block the space
between tables and/or booths. The position/location of your table has
been approved by the local re Marshall and should not be moved.
Indemnity
Each Party agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the other
Party, its employees, director, agents, representatives and any afl-
iated organizations against any and all claims, judgments, fees, de-
mands, settlements and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’
fees) that are the result of the indemnifying Party’s (or its agents),
willful misconduct, negligence, or breach of duties described in the
Corporate Brochure. In the event a claim relates to the negligence
of both Parties, the relative burden of the claim shall be attributed
equitably between the Parties in accordance with the principles of
comparative negligence. This indemnication and hold harmless
agreement includes, but is not limited to, any and all claims, damag-
es, losses or expenses attributable to personal or bodily injury, sick-
ness, disease or death, or to damage to or destruction of tangible
property, including the loss of such property.
EXHIBIT RULES AND REGULATIONS
FDA Disclosure
Companies exhibiting devices that are not cleared by the FDA for
a particular use in humans or are not commercially available in
the U.S., may exhibit only when accompanied by the appropriate
signage that indicates the device’s FDA status. The company will
provide the following signs that should be prominently displayed:
This device is not cleared by the FDA for distribution in the U.S.
This device is intended to be used in the U.S. as described on the
product’s label.
The signs must be readily visible and placed near the devices and
on any graphics or other materials depicting the device. In addition,
the company must have a letter from the FDA describ ing the allow-
able use status of the product(s). Signage must be approved by the
Academy. Exhibitors are cautioned about the current FDA policy
prohibiting them from promoting cleared devices for unapproved
uses.
NO ENDORSEMENT
The presence of a company’s product in the educational exhibit area
or its use in the hands-on skills component of a course shall not
be construed as an endorsement of the company or the prod ct by
POSNA or AAOS.
Conduct
Representatives may not remove items from any other company’s
exhibit. Photography/Videotaping of another company’s exhibit is
also not permitted. Failure to comply will result in expulsion from the
course and the possible loss of opportunity for exhibiting at future
courses.
Any misuse of the badge system will result in loss of exhibit privileg-
es, closing of the booth and loss of funds.
Companies may only exhibit products that are relevant to the prac-
tice of orthopaedics. POSNA/AAOS reserves the right to determine
the eligibility of any company’s product for exhibiting and may deny
participation or request removal of any product or exhibit that does
not meet eligibility.
SALES ACTIVITIES AND PRICE LISTS ARE PROHIBITED
IN THE EXHIBIT AREA AT ALL TIMES.
Interviews, demonstrations, distribution of literature and samples
should take place at the allotted exhibit space. POSNA/AAOS may
withhold or withdraw permission to distribute souvenirs, advertising
or other material. All novelty gifts or souvenirs must by previously
submitted to IPOS for review and approval. Please send a sample
to POSNA, attn. Melody Raymond, 9400 W. Higgins Rd., Rose-
mont, IL 60018.
Brochures advertising non-POSNA or AAOS sponsored Annual
Meetings, CME courses or other events may not be displayed or
distributed.
Exhibiting companies are responsible for the cost of shipping,
audio-visual equipment rental, and other material arrangements.
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POSNAs
mission is all about
better care for children
with musculoskeletal disorders.
Education is at the very core of
POSNAs mission. Industry support
fuels POSNAs ability to educate,
support research and, most importantly,
improve the care of children.
Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America
9400 W Higgins Road, Suite 500
Rosemont, Illinois 60018-4976 USA
Phone: 847.698.1692 Websites: posna.org
Fax: 847.268.9694 orthokids.org
Email: posna@aaos.org
posnacademy.org
International Pediatric Orthopaedic Symposia (iPoS)
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