SWTA Board Meeting
EXHIBITOR and SPONSOR Information for 2018 Show
Denver, CO - March 5-7, 2018Conference and EXPO: Denver Convention Center - 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
Host Hotel & Wednesday Training: Hilton Garden Inn, 1400 Welton St, Denver, CO 80202
Missing this opportunity would be unBEARable
SWTA Has Great Prospects for Your Company!
If you are interested in sponsoring an event or a special project, see below for open opportunities. We will create a special link for you that matches your sponsorship and many options include your booth and personnel costs.
EXCLUSIVE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES (from $2K - $7K and include your booth) SEMI-EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITIES (from $100 - $1000)
Contact Kristen Joyner for details - firstname.lastname@example.org, 615.390.6863
We are sold out! To be put on wait list contact Kristen Joyner - email@example.com, 615.390.6863
Register Early! Our show is first-come-first-serve for best spots in the room. We are one of the most affordable shows in the region: - 10’ x 10’ Booth ($750 members/$1500 non-members) - 20’ x 10’ Booth ($1500 members/$3000 non-members) - Indoor Vehicle Only ($750 members/$1500 non-members)
Hotel for Denver:
Hooray!! We have a new hotel for sleeping rooms, right next door (469 feet, to be exact) to the host hotel, Hilton Garden Inn, 1400 Welton St, Denver, CO 80202.
Please use the links below to set up your stay in Denver. Both hotels are $180 per night, the government rate.
Homewood: Homewood Suites Denver Convention Center 550 15th St, Denver, CO 80202
Hampton: Hampton Inn Denver Convention Center 550 15th St, Denver, CO 80202
EXPO KIT, FLOORPLAN, and BOOTH Assignments
Exhibitors: The exhibitor kit and the floorplan are attached at the bottom of this page
Your booth assignments are below
|Alexander Dennis Inc.||R|
|Alliance Bus Group||J & K|
|American Seating Company||21|
|AMF-Bruns of America||50|
|AngelTrax (IVS, Inc.)||54|
|Bridgestone Americas TireOperations||22|
|Bus Stuf, Inc.||2|
|BYD Motors, Inc.||70,71|
|Colorado West Equipment||75|
|Complete Coach Works||16|
|Creative Bus Sales||80 and A-F|
|Davey Coach Sales, Inc.||27 and I|
|Diamond Mfg., Inc.||60|
|Ecolane USA, Inc.||67|
|ETA Transit Services||78|
|Freedman Seating Company||N|
|Houck Transit Advertising||14|
|InterMotive Vehicle Controls||15|
|Kelderman Air Suspensions||61|
|Keolis Transit America, Inc.||49|
|LIFT-U, Division of HoganMfg., Inc. (HMI)||44-45|
|Mass Transit Magazine||DD|
|Midwest Bus Corp/Byk-Rak, LLC||32|
|Mobile Climate Control||33|
|Mountain Commercial Graphics||26|
|National Transit Institute(NTI)||BB|
|North Dakota State University||17|
|NS Wash Systems||46|
|Remix Software, Inc.||9|
|Ride Right LLC and MTM, Inc.||12|
|Rosco Vision Systems||39|
|S & A Systems, Inc.||24|
|Siemens Industry, Inc.||35-36|
|The R.C.A. Rubber Company||41|
|Tolar Mfg. Co., Inc.||23|
|Transit Marketing Group||13|
|TransTrack Systems, LLC||59|
|Voith Turbo Inc.||48|
Bullfeathers: 2018 SWTA Legislator of the Year Award
The South West Transit Association
Cordially invites you to its
Annual Legislative Breakfast and Presentation of the
2018 SWTA Legislator of the Year Award
7:30 a.m. Tuesday March 20, 2018
Bullfeathers Restaurant of Capitol Hill
410 First Street, S.E.
Please RSVP by March 13, 2018
subject line: Bullfeathers Breakfast
Staff members involved with transportation issues are encouraged to attend.
The SWTA Legislator of the Year award is bestowed upon a member of the House of Representatives or the Senate who has significantly advanced the interests of public transportation in the previous year. The South West Transit Association is a regional public transportation association that represents the interests of transit agencies and related organizations in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
If you have questions, please contact
South West Transit Association
Thanks to NOVA Bus for sponsoring our event!
Webinar: Growing Your New Travel Training Program
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
You’ve started your travel training program—now what? Growing and expanding your travel training program to get it off the ground is often the most challenging part of implementing a new program. Join us to learn more about innovative best practices that will help grow your travel training program past the infancy stage, including:
- Marketing and outreach techniques to get the word out to the community at large about the program
- Garnering interest in travel training through the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) certification process
- Leveraging existing staff to complete multiple tasks within the travel training program, including marketing, outreach, accessibility audits, and path of travel assessments
Many thanks to the Professionals at MTM & Ride Right for providing this information for the SWTA Members.
NRTAP Disaster Preparedness Peer Call Series: Recovery and Lessons Learned
REGISTRATION COMING SOON!
Operationalizing your disaster plan policies. What worked? What needs to change? What do you know now that you wish you had known before? What do you need to know that will speed your recovery? Hear from Transit Peers on how to and what to expect. They have been through it and stayed in business to tell about it.
Joel Gardner, Executive Director, Ozark Transit, Springdale, AR
Gail Lyssy, Deputy Administrator, FTA Region 6, Fort Worth, TX
Debbie Collins, Director Public Transportation Division, NCDOT, Charlotte, NC
Kevin Coggin, Executive Director, Coast Transit Authority, Gulfport, MS