2016_iPhone-52016 APS Convention App

You’ll be sure to make an impression with your logo displayed every time over more than half of all attendees download the official Convention app on their mobile device.

Exclusive App Sponsorship $5,000
Dedicated Banner on Home Page for 2 Days $1200
Rotating Banner Ad $900
Logo in the Exhibitor List $75


toteTote Bags

Extend your reach and give attendees something for the road. While the tote bag is an essential accessory at the meeting (and can be seen everywhere you look), we’ve spotted our tote bags all around town, including farmers’ markets and grocery stores. Placing your logo on a tote could mean displaying your brand forever and ever.



Reach every single Convention attendee and increase your visibility by sponsoring the conference lanyards. Displayed right next to our Convention hashtag, attendees are certain to see your logo (and maybe even send you a tweet or two.)



Give science a breath of fresh air. As presenters prepare to present results of experiments, they’ll freshen their breath with an experimint. The audience in the front row will thank you.



Welcome the summer cool this Memorial Day weekend with your logo on the sunglasses that are given away at the frequently-traffic APS booth.


Scavenger-CardScavenger Hunt

As attendees search for clues to win a free APS membership and registration for next year’s Convention, they’ll see your logo as they complete their cards which are placed all over the exhibit hall.

Volunteer T-Shirts

Mobile Marketing at its best. Each year, 80 students volunteer to assist attendees in finding their way to registration, session rooms, the exhibit hall, poster sessions, and other points of interest. Your logo is sure to get noticed on the T-shirts of these highly visible volunteers.

Your sponsorship of volunteer T-shirts also shows your support for keeping registration rates low for students and helps APS provide stipends to help offset student travel expenses. APS also accepts contributions to a general fund used to help students travel and present their research at some of the field’s most highly-regarded scientific meetings (that would be the APS Annual Convention, of course!).