The list of our convention attendees is available to our exhibitors. If you would like to be an exhibitor at our convention, please reserve your booth.
KAIA is committed to ensuring high traffic to the Exhibit Hall and your booth. We help maximize your investment by providing early publicity, opening welcome reception in the exhibit hall, and prizes and drawings galore for attendees.
New this year, we've added some additional non-booth networking time specifically for our exhibitors and agents. The networking breakfast on Tuesday, January 26, will offer another opportunity for face-to-face time. Each exhibitor will have their own table(s), as well as the chance to say a few words and announce their booth prize winners.
To be eligible for an exhibit booth, membership dues must be paid in full for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. Booth confirmations will be sent out once dues are received.
President's Club Booth
Associate Member Booth
Exhibit Hall Hours
- Monday, January 24: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
- Monday, January 24: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Staffing and Registration
- Exhibits and equipment must be in place by 4:00 PM, Monday, January 24.
- Exhibits can be taken down after 7:00 PM, Monday, January 24 or between 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM, Tuesday, January 25. Please, do not start to tear down prior to this time.
- Booths must be properly staffed during posted hours.
Each 8' X 8' booth will be set-up with pipe and draping, two chairs, a table, a wastebasket, access to electricity, and an identification sign. If you would like to order any additional items for your booth, please complete the provided order form from Helgerson’s or contact them directly at (316) 943‐1851. Helgerson’s will begin exhibit teardown at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, January 25, and all exhibits must be cleared from the exhibit hall by 11:30 AM.
Remember to prominently display your booth number to make it easier for attendees to find you!
Exhibits may consist of any equipment, merchandise, or service of interest to independent agents. KAIA reserves the right to decline and prohibit any exhibit or any part of an exhibit that, in its opinion, is improper. This reservation extends to persons, conduct, printed matter, souvenirs, or anything that, at the sole discretion of management, may adversely affect the character of the exhibits.