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Get People to Your Exhibit: 6 Trade Show Invitation Templates You Need

August 13, 2021 by Paul Miller

Exhibiting at trade shows requires investments of time and money. For those to pay off, you need a good amount of booth traffic. We’ve given you ideas about how to earn spontaneous walk-in traffic (like games , experiential booth designs , and more ), but there are things you can do before the show to ensure traffic. One of those is sending trade show invitations to the people you really want to be there.

Reach out and let people know why they should visit your trade show booth, and they’re more likely to schedule a stop instead of leaving it up to chance.

How to Write an Effective Trade Show Invitation

When writing a trade show invitation email, you have a couple of options for content. You can write a general invitation, or you can invite the recipient to take a specific action. Either way, there are some simple rules to help you write an effective invitation:

  • Get to the point. Don’t write an essay on why people should visit your exhibit. Give them a few quick facts and let them decide.
  • Don’t just tell your readers what’s happening at your booth—tell them how they can benefit from visiting you.
  • Add something visual to make the invitation interesting. It doesn’t have to be fancy; something as simple as a photo of your booth from a previous event can be enough to catch the eye.
  • Include a call to action. It might be a general CTA, such as visiting your booth, but it could also be a specific action, like seeing a product demo or scheduling an appointment.

Pro Tip: Many trade shows provide exhibiting companies with unique URLs they can use in email blasts. These URLs direct visitors to the show’s registration page. In some cases, using the URL can give the registrant a discount on their registration fee. If you have one of these, use it in emails—for instance, as a call to action—and let recipients know they can get a discount. (This doesn’t necessarily make your emails more effective at driving traffic to your booth, but anyone who registers via your invitation is certainly more likely to visit you than someone who doesn’t attend at all!)

Email Templates to Drive Traffic to Your Booth

In the lead-up to the trade show, sending out regular email blasts is an easy way to remind people that you’re attending and that your booth is worth a visit.

Note that emails 1, 2, and 3 are three versions of an “introductory” email. Each recipient should receive one of these three emails, according to which recipient group they belong to. In the remaining three emails, you reiterate your invitation and focus on a different element of your exhibit each time.

1. General Trade Show Invitation

This sample invitation is aimed at people with whom you already have a working relationship, such as current customers, clients, and vendors. They’re not necessarily potential leads, but it doesn’t hurt to let people know you’re attending an industry event. And should any of them happen to stop by your booth, they’ll help make it look busy and popular, which can itself attract more traffic.

Subject line:

Come and See Us at [EVENT] in [MONTH]!

[COMPANY] has booked our booth for [EVENT] this year in [MONTH], and we’re excited for what’s in store!

The lineup looks amazing, and we’re looking forward to finding out what’s new in the industry along with everyone else. We’re particularly excited about [INSERT: Keynote speaker or education session of interest to your niche].

If you’re attending, we’d love to see you there. Come visit us at booth [NUMBER/LOCATION]!

[YOUR NAME/COMPANY]

2. Invitation to Visit Your Booth

This is an introductory email that’s more focused on your exhibit. It’s for people on your email list with whom you don’t already have a relationship. Since you don’t know them yet, it needs different language from that used in Email 1. In this email, focusing on the value that your booth offers gives recipients a reason to stop by.

[NAME], Will You Be at [EVENT] This Year?

[EVENT] is scheduled for this [MONTH], and we’ll be there at booth [NUMBER/LOCATION]. This year we’re featuring:

  • [EXAMPLE] A new product we’re excited to debut, with live demonstrations throughout the show. If you’re looking for a [KEY BENEFIT of product], you won’t want to miss this!
  • [EXAMPLE] The best exhibit team, ready to answer all your questions.
  • [EXAMPLE] Enter our game/raffle/giveaway for a chance to win!

We hope to see you there!

3. Invitation for Prior Contacts

This version of the trade show invitation is for people who visited you at the same show last year. In this email, you’ll reach out to remind them you had contact last year and encourage them to revisit you.

[NAME], Will You Be at [EVENT] Again This Year?

[EVENT] is scheduled for this [MONTH], and [COMPANY] will be there again! This year, you can find us at booth [NUMBER/LOCATION].

This year we’re featuring:

  • [EXAMPLE] Our amazing booth team, ready to answer all your questions.

We’d love to see you again, so stop by and let us know what [THEIR COMPANY] has been up to!

4. Invitation to Schedule a Meeting

In this sample invitation, you’re inviting people who are attending the trade show to schedule a meeting to discuss their needs and explaining how your products or services can meet them. Here, you need to highlight how your products or services can solve particular problems. Then, include a CTA that allows them to click through to a calendar where they can schedule a meeting.

[NAME], It Only Takes a Few Seconds to Schedule a Meeting at [EVENT]

Recently, we let you know we’d be attending [EVENT] in [MONTH]. Today we’re opening up the calendar so you can schedule an appointment in advance at a time that suits you.

If you have a problem, let’s get together and talk about solutions.

  • [EXAMPLE 1]
  • [EXAMPLE 2]
  • [EXAMPLE 3]

Appointment slots are limited, so don’t delay!

5. Invitation to a Product Demo

If you’re holding product demos at a trade show, it’s useful to let potential leads know in advance. If they’re interested, they can schedule a stop at your booth at the right time to see the demo. This means it’s important to include some key details about the product, so they can decide if it’s something they’re interested in.

[NAME], You Can See Our New Product Launch Live at [EVENT] in [MONTH]!

Recently, we let you know we’d be attending [EVENT] in [MONTH]. Now, we’d love to personally invite you to our booth to see one of our exciting live product demos. We’ll be introducing a product that can:

  • [KEY BENEFIT 1]
  • [KEY BENEFIT 2]
  • [KEY BENEFIT 3]

We’ll be demonstrating our new [PRODUCT] at [BOOTH NUMBER] on [DATES/TIMES]. If you’ve been looking for solutions to [SPECIFIC PROBLEM] you’ll want to make time for this!

6. Invitation to Enter a Prize Draw

This is another email that essentially invites the recipient to stop by your booth. Here, the focus is on your prize draw, with a few details about your booth as an aside. If your previous emails haven’t entirely convinced the recipient in your favor, this one may seal the deal.

[NAME], Drop by Our Exhibit at [EVENT] and You Could Win!

We’ve mentioned our booth at [EVENT] before, but did you know that we’re offering a [GRAND PRIZE] to one lucky recipient this year?

It’s true! In addition to our product debut and live demos, we’re holding a prize draw with a [GRAND PRIZE] up for grabs, as well as [MINOR PRIZES].

Check us out at booth [NUMBER/LOCATION] to enter the raffle!

Generate & manage leads

Don’t leave booth traffic to chance.

To make attending trade shows worth the investment, you need plenty of good leads. To get those, you need a steady stream of booth traffic throughout the show. By sending out trade show invitations with incentives to visit your exhibit, you get the opportunity to let people know what you’re offering and how visiting you can benefit them. If they know in advance that your products are a good fit, they’ll be more likely to fit you into their schedule.

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9 Must-Have Email Templates for Trade Show Attendance & Leads

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Are you attending trade shows to network or promote your brand or service? If so, you need to connect with other people and organizations in your industry during the event. Sending emails before or after a trade show can help you build that connection. But with email open rates just shy of 17% , you need to compose engaging emails with catchy subject lines to entice your recipients to read them. Check out these trade show email templates to craft effective emails that can help you network and build your brand.

Table of contents

How to write an effective trade show invitation.

Pre trade show email templates

Why is it important to follow up after a trade show?

How to write a trade show follow-up email, trade show follow-up email templates, make trade shows work for you with targeted emails.

When hosting or attending a trade show, connecting with your attendees and partners is important. Follow these tips and then check out a pre trade show email template.

Start sending invitations long before the show

Mail invitations as early as weeks before the event. Doing so gives your potential participants time to register and make travel plans to attend. A last-minute invitation might go unnoticed, or your recipient might not be available during that time.

Begin with a strong opening sentence

A strong sentence can grab the recipient’s attention. Hook them by highlighting the benefits of the trade show or opportunities for their organization.

Get to the point quickly

Keep your email concise — ideally between fifty and one hundred twenty-five words. Brevity gives you the chance to provide key details in an easy-to-read, scannable email. Keep in mind that your recipient might be viewing the email on a mobile device; your message should be short enough that it doesn’t require too much scrolling. Check out these examples of business event invitations .

Keep your goal in mind

Consider why you’re inviting the person or organization to the trade show , and write with that goal in mind. You might want them to participate in a session with you, stop by your booth, or discuss a partnership. Focus on the goal in the body of your email.

Conclude the email with a call to action

A call to action encourages your recipient to respond and act. So, be sure to include a prompt that requests that the recipient respond to the email, register for the trade show, or give you a call. Recipients are more likely to act if they’re prompted to do so.

5 pre trade show email templates

Pre trade show email templates can help you network and build interest in the event. Check out these five templates to write before your next trade show.

General trade show invite email template

This email is ideal for a contact or organization that you hope to network with during the trade show. It can also help with lead generation.

Subject line: Join Me at [Trade Show Name]

Dear [Name],

[Company name] is excited to attend the upcoming [trade show name] in [month]. We’re looking forward to networking with others in the industry like you.

If you’re attending, please stop by and see us at [booth number]. You can register for [trade show name] here [include a link to the registration page]. I hope to see you soon!

[Your name]

Trade show invitation email for previous contacts

This email can highlight your existing relationship and focus on how to take your partnership to the next level at the event. Customize the letter by highlighting the benefits of your existing professional relationship and why you’d like it to grow.

Subject line: Let’s Meet at [Trade Show Name]

We last met at [trade show or event name], and I wanted to share another opportunity for us to collaborate. [Company name] will be attending [trade show name] in [month year].

I’m looking forward to networking with partners like you. [Include a sentence or two on what you’d like to achieve at the trade show with this partner.]

I’d love to learn more about your organization and discuss how we can partner in the future. Please let me know if you’ll be attending [trade show name]. I hope to see you there!

Invitation to a product demo

Use a pre trade show event email to invite people to a product demonstration at the event. Customize this email by including specifics about the product and why it could be useful for your recipient or their organization. Focus on the benefits of the demonstration and why you’d like them to attend. Check out this “visit our booth at the trade show” email example to start the conversation.

Subject line: Join Me for a [Product Name] Demonstration

I’ll be attending the [Trade Show Name] and demonstrating how to use our new product, [product name], at [booth number]. I’d love for you to check out this new product, which is a great fit for your company because [add product benefits here].

We’ll be demonstrating the product on [date(s) and time(s)]. Please stop by and check it out! Let me know if you’d like additional product information before the event.

Template to visit a trade show booth

When you set up a booth at a trade show, you want to attract plenty of visitors for easy networking. So, reach out to your contacts before the show to invite them to stop by using this template.

Subject line: Visit Us at [Trade Show Name]

[Company name] will be attending [trade show name] on [dates]. We’d love to see you, discuss potential collaborations, and showcase our [product/service].

Please stop by [booth number] if you’ll also be attending. We’ll have [add details about any free products or exclusive discounts you’re offering at the show].

Hope to see you soon!

Template to introduce the trade show team

You can use this email to reach out to contacts who you know will be attending to tell them where to stop by and who to see during the event.

Subject line: Meet Our [Trade Show Name] Team

I look forward to seeing you at the upcoming [trade show name]. Before you stop by our booth, I wanted to introduce you to our team members who will be attending the show:

  • [Team member name, title, contact information]

Feel free to contact anyone on our team to learn more about what we have to offer at [trade show name]. Be sure to stop by [booth number], too!

The trade show is complete, and you leave with plenty of new connections. Following up is essential in helping you further establish these new partnerships and build your business network. You can also use these emails to expand conversations that you had at the trade show, prompting further discussions and leads.

Crafting an engaging follow-up email begins with an enticing subject line followed by a concise but informative message reflecting on the trade show. These emails should focus on what transpired at the trade show and how you can build your business relationship going forward. Check out these best practices for effective follow-up emails.

Start preparing during the trade show

Make your follow-up emails easier by collecting key stakeholder information at the trade show. Ask for business cards or request email addresses when you identify a potential lead at the show. With this information compiled, you’ll be ready to send emails when you return to the office.

Get the timing right

You don’t want to send them an email before they’re returned to the office, nor do you want to wait weeks, at which point they might have forgotten about you. Aim to send a follow-up email about a week after the trade show ends. The event will still be fresh in their mind, and they’ll be caught up on emails they might have missed when they were away.

Work on your subject line

Your event invite subject line is key — and it just might determine whether your recipient even opens your email. Data indicates that 33% of email recipients open an email based on the subject line alone. Your trade show follow-up email subject line should be about five to seven words. It should be descriptive and direct, so they immediately know why you’re reaching out. Keep punctuation and emojis out to avoid cluttering the subject line.

Keep it snappy

Much like the subject line, your email copy should be brief and direct. Avoid lengthy paragraphs and try to convey your message in a few sentences. Keep the tone positive and friendly no matter the topic.

Reintroduce yourself

You’re likely to encounter many people from many businesses at trade shows. And while people do their best to keep track of who’s who, they might not be able to put a face to a name over email. So, briefly reintroduce yourself in the follow-up email to ensure your recipient remembers your trade show interaction or conversation.

Ask for what you want

Don’t send an ambiguous follow-up email. Perhaps you want to schedule a phone call or meeting to discuss your products or services. Make that request clear in your email copy. After all, you won’t get what you don’t ask for.

Give something in return

Your email should present a mutually beneficial relationship. You might ask for something, but you must give back, too. Perhaps you want to take your recipient out to a business lunch, share a copy of an ebook you wrote, or give a free product demonstration. Consider how they can benefit from your business relationship, and clarify those benefits in your follow-up email.

You now understand why following up with leads is important after a trade show. Now, it’s time to learn how to do that. These trade show email marketing examples can help you craft an effective follow-up email.

Template to request a follow-up call

Follow this template for inspiration as you draft your email.

Subject line: Can We Schedule a Call?

It was a pleasure meeting you at the [company name] booth at [trade show name]. I enjoyed learning more about your company!

As we discussed, I believe [company name] can benefit your organization. [Add a sentence explaining how you can help them.]

Are you available for a brief phone call in the next [week or number of days]? Please let me know your availability. I look forward to talking to you again soon.

Email to offer resources

These resources won’t just be helpful to your recipient — they may also show them the benefits of partnering with your organization. Send a resource-focused email using this template.

Subject line: Resources to Help [Company Name]

I enjoyed meeting you at [trade show name] and wanted to pass along the [resource name] we discussed.

I believe this [resource name] can help you by [include details on the benefits of your resource as it relates to your discussion at the trade show].

Once you’ve reviewed this resource, I’d love to discuss it over the phone. Can you let me know when you’re free for a brief call?

Trade show follow-up email to introduce an offer

The post trade show period can be a perfect time to send out exclusive offers to people you met at the event. The exclusivity can appeal to your recipients, and a limited-time offer adds some urgency to act. Check out this follow-up email template to pass along an offer:

Subject line: Exclusive Offer for You

It was a pleasure meeting you at [trade show name] last week!

I’m excited to share an exclusive offer for [trade show name] attendees like you. We’re offering [details on offer]. This offer expires on [date].

Would you be free for a quick call to discuss this offer? I don’t want you to miss out on this opportunity!

Template to address pain points

Perhaps you met some people at the trade show and discussed their pain points and how you can help. The following template can help you continue that discussion, focusing on how you can benefit their organization.

Subject line: Ready to Help [Company Name]

I enjoyed learning more about your organization at [trade show name]. Now, I’m ready to help.

We discussed [pain point] for your organization, and I’m confident our [product or service] can help you in this area.

Are you available for a short phone call this week to discuss more? We can identify the best [product or service] for you and get started.

Trade shows can be an effective way to build your brand and network within your industry. Following up with trade show leads can help you take your organization to the next level. After exploring these trade show email templates, discover how Eventbrite can help you with online RSVPs and more for your next event.

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Top 5 Trade Show Email Templates You Should Be Sending

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Exhibiting at a trade show ain’t cheap. Trade shows have always been one of the most expensive marketing channels. Not only is it expensive, but it also takes up a lot of time commitment because of all the planning required that leads up to the show.

With that said, you want to maximise your ROI and one way of doing that is to send out pre-show emails to generate buzz and build awareness for your booth.

Here are five trade show email templates you can use on your next trade show campaign.

  • Let current clients and suppliers know you’ll be going.
  • Reach out to contacts from last year’s show.
  • Booth announcement + incentive.
  • Introduce the trade show team.
  • Follow up email to trade show leads.

Pre-Show Email Templates

1. let current clients and suppliers know you’ll be going.

Hi [First Name],

I am excited to let you know that [Your Company Name] will be attending [Trade Show Name] this year in [Month of Trade Show].

If you are attending, I’d love for you to stop by. Our booth number is [Booth Number].

Hoping to see you there!

Cheers, [Your Name]

This is a simple casual email that goes out to your clients and suppliers with who you have a relatively good working relationship with.

Ideally, you don’t want to send this email out to all your contacts such as leads and prospects because you might not have a relationship with them yet. For leads and prospects, you want to be offering an incentive for them to visit you which we will cover in Email Template #3.

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2. Reach out to contacts from last year’s show

I just wanted to let you know that we will be exhibiting at [Trade Show Name] again this year.

You can find us at [Booth Number]. If you are attending this year’s show again, we’d be happy for you to drop by. I’d love to hear about what [Client’s Company Name] has been up to in the past year.

It is almost similar to email template #1 except this email emphasizes two things:

  • You exhibited at last year’s show and you will be exhibiting again this year .
  • You’d love to catch up to learn about what their company has been up to since your previous meeting .

3. Booth announcement + incentive

I just wanted to drop by to let you know [Your Company Name] will be exhibiting at [Trade Show Name] this year in [Month of Trade Show].

Throughout the trade show we will be:

  • Doing live product demos every two hours.
  • Giving a talk on [A relevant industry topic that is beneficial to your audience]

You can find us at [Booth Number].

Donna from Cvent.com wrote in her blog post about her inbox getting flooded with generic “Can’t wait to see you!” emails before the show. The most common email she received is “Visit Us At Booth #123” emails.

Those exhibitors were hoping to get her to visit their booth but when you get 100 of those same emails, you’d mark them as spam instead of seeing them as invitations. It goes back to the saying in marketing “If you are not standing out, you are invisible.”

The two biggest mistakes those email campaigns made are:

  • They didn’t have a working relationship with the recipient. If she’d receive a “Can’t wait to see you!” email from a person she knows really well, she’d be seeing the email differently compared to an email from a person she barely knows.
  • They didn’t add any value to the recipient. What is in it for her to take 30 minutes of her time to visit their booth?

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4. Introduce the trade show team

It is only [Days until the trade show] days away from [Trade Show name] and our team are busy planning for the show.

Here’s who you can expect to see at our booth:

  • [Team Member Name #1] [Position] [Email] [Phone]
  • [Team Member Name #2] [Position] [Email] [Phone]
  • [Team Member Name #3] [Position] [Email] [Phone]
  • [Team Member Name #4] [Position] [Email] [Phone]
  • [Team Member Name #5] [Position] [Email] [Phone]

If you want to meet a certain member of our team, shoot them an email and organise a time to catch up.

The advantage of this email template is it starts building rapport with your potential attendees before the show. This type of email can be sent out to all your contact database and it will work much better than a generic “Come visit us at Booth #123” email.

You can also include more details about each team member. For example, their expertise and years of experience in the industry.

Depending on your organisation’s technical capabilities, you can also add a link to allow your contacts to schedule meetings with your team.

Post-Show Email Templates

5. follow up email to trade show leads.

It was great meeting you at [Trade Show Name] and learning more about your company.

We are offering a [Your Trade Show Offer] to attendees like you who stopped by our booth.

If you’re interested to learn more about this, I’d be happy to jump on a call to tell you more about it. I understand you have a very busy schedule. How does [Date] at [Time] sound?

This is the most important email template out of all the five discussed here. Not following up is one of the common mistakes that exhibitors make in their trade show campaign. If your sales reps are hoping that your trade show leads will remember them  and proactively give them a call, good luck with that.

Salesforce Training did a survey  on how many exhibitors followed up on leads acquired during the trade show. They found out that only 15% of exhibitors followed up on their leads. Out of that 15%, some exhibitors took over 50 days to do so.

The difference between following up and not following up might be the tipping point between planning for your next trade show and canceling trade shows from the budget altogether.

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Secrets to a Successful Trade Show Email Campaign

August 24, 2018 by Eva Weiss

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Leveraging the power of event email marketing is the perfect way to nurture your clients and prospects through a refined life cycle. Even with the rise in social media’s influence on the marketing world, email marketing still offers unique benefits.

This post covers the best practices when it comes trade show marketing email campaigns and will help you devise an effective email strategy for your brand.

Your Target Demographic

Before drafting your first email, make sure you understand your core audience.

Is your target demographic likely to be receptive to your message? Will your target demographic be open to email communication? Are the members of your demographic buying influences within their organization?

The best way to determine the answers to these question is by forming a buyer persona of your ideal customer. Treat buyer personas like fictional characters, get to know their habits, personalities and consumer preferences. Outline their likes, dislikes and overall temperament.

Once your buyer persona is complete, you will be informed of the best subject lines, calls-to-action and promotions to use when sending out emails. Also, by nailing down your demographic you are also maximizing the effectiveness of your event marketing campaign which should in turn lead to a greater ROI for your organization. If you want to learn more about a lead in sales, visit https://www.salesforce.com/products/guide/lead-gen/web-to-lead/ to find out more!

Additionally, determine whether your product or service requires multiple buyer personas to represent a wider customer base. Each buyer segment may come with a new set of needs that should be considered when marketing to that division. Tailoring your email strategy to reach each buyer persona individually will ultimately improve engagement and conversion rates. Be sure to segment email lists based on buyer personas to ensure that the right messages are getting to the right people.

When planning emails for before, during and after your trade show, be sure to personalize the messaging to capture the reader’s attention. Timely messages give attendees a solid reason to visitor your booth, engage with staff and follow up afterwards.

Bonus Tip: Get a list of attendees for show specific email campaigns!

Send Emails throughout the Trade Show Marketing Cycle

Email is a vital part of any trade show marketing strategy. When reaching out to attendees before, during and after trade shows, it is important to keep an open line of communication and reinforce the connection through multiple touch-points. Keeping in touch with attendees and prospects nurtures the face-to-face relationships you’ve built.

Before the Show

The weeks leading up to a show are a crucial time for building buzz and motivating visitors to check out your booth. Long before the show opens, attendees should be anticipating the opportunity to connect and learn more about your products and services.

In pre-show emails, give attendees a reason to visit by including:

  • Product launches
  • Contests and giveaways
  • Discounts and exclusive trade show offers
  • Unique booth elements

When crafting pre-show emails, it is important to include the booth number and location so attendees can easily find you on the busy show floor. Additionally, share blog posts, resources and social media profiles for important brand insight. The more attendees know about your brand, the easier it is to qualify and convert during the show.

During the Show

Emails sent during a trade show need to be drastically different from ones sent before it. Your main goal of in-event email is to drive traffic to your trade show booth .

That being said, the same principles apply, conceive of an engaging message to share with your recipients, draft a killer subject line and make sure that your email has a call-to-action.

Remind attendees about the benefits of visiting your booth by reinforcing key points from pre-show emails. It can be easy to overlook companies once attendees are caught on the bustling show floor. Email reminders sent during the show help keep your brand on their minds. Consider offering special giveaways to event-goers who received an email, extend one-on-one consultation invites or offer free limited-time product sample to drive traffic.

After the Show

After everything is packed away and it’s time to go home, your email outreach has just begun. Be sure to follow up with attendees who connected with your company at the show. Tailor your messaging to nurture leads based on their specific interests and buyer personas. Personalized emails are the key to capturing attendees’ attention and boosting the likelihood that they will convert. Additionally, craft an email that targets recipients that expressed interest in your company but were not able to visit.

Create a Killer Subject Line

There is no magic bullet for the perfect subject line. Instead, focus on crafting subject lines between 30 and 50 characters that specifically relate to a call to action and – if possible – a reader benefit.

“Visit us at The Show” Why it’s good : The call to action – “Visit” is direct and clear. The reader will know exactly what the content of the email will aim to do. Make it Better : Try to include more relevant information, such as specific location at the event or a reader-oriented benefit to visit.

“Visit booth 1234 at The Show” Why it’s good : While still being clear and concise with the call to action, this subject line tells the reader where, exactly, to find “us” at The Show. Make it Better : Spell out the benefit to the reader! What’s in it for them if they open?

“See the shiniest widget at The Show booth 1234” Why it’s good : This version of the subject line is very reader-benefit oriented, but still packs a ton of information in 46 little characters. Plus, the benefit – or the hook to entice an open – is within the first 35 characters of the subject line, which is ideal for mobile reading. Make it Better : Consider adding an element of timeliness to the subject line, such as “See the shiniest widget tomorrow at The Show booth 1234.”

  • Try A/B testing subject lines to avoid potential issues with spam blocking software.
  • Use a Call-To-Action (CA) at the beginning of subject lines to make the email actionable.
  • Check out subjectline.com . Their free tool lets you test the deliverability and marketability of a subject line.

Design Emails that Work

With every email, you hope that a reader converts twice: once with the click and once with the purchase, conversion or lead capture form. This could, honestly, be a separate post on its own, but the skinny version of how to create emails that work are twofold: (1) Spell out the call to action as soon as possible and (2) make converting easy with a built-to-match-the-email landing page.

For example, if your event marketing goal is to increase traffic to your space at the event or trade show, place your “visit us” enticement high and early in the email (such as a “save 5% with this coupon” or “get a free exhibit hall pass” button). Having the call to action high in the email means that the reader will not need to scroll or read through the email before figuring out where to go.

Create an Effective Landing Page

Next up: creating a landing page with the same call to action as the email.

If you claim in your email, “save 5% with this coupon,” the link should take a reader to a landing page where they could print out or request a coupon. If you send them to your homepage or a general “promotions” page, you run the risk of making the reader work too hard. The average web user expects to find what they’re looking for in less than five seconds. If you make them work too hard, the chances are high that they will give up and leave.

Additionally, it’s a good idea to include links to your social media pages and other relevant content on the landing page. This gives visitors an opportunity to learn more about your company and find valuable information they need.

Related: How to Build a Great Landing Page

Be Consistent in Your Efforts

Successful email marketers understand the importance of testing out different email approaches and the trial and error nature of email marketing. Not every email you send will be a home run. In fact, you may have a few duds before you finally hit your email marketing stride. However, that doesn’t mean you should give up, nor does it mean that what you are doing isn’t worth your time and effort.

Testing out a variety of tactics and strategies with your audience is a good exercise in helping you identify which emails they are most receptive to, hone your skills as an email marketer and help you drive consistent conversation and buzz around your trade show marketing campaigns. When used properly, email marketing is one of the most effective tools in an event marketers’ arsenal. As with every facet of event marketing, proper planning is key. So plan, execute and review as often as possible.

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Great post. We are planning a event and I was searching for ideas for email marketing. It is great stuff.

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In-person trade shows are slowly, but surely returning ! With all the uncertainty of the past couple of years, this news provides numerous exciting opportunities. Trade shows can give a huge boost to your business and marketing campaign IF you approach them correctly.  

It's quite an ordeal to send your team to a trade show. You should be generating buzz that is going to drive people to your booth long before you arrive to make your time and money count. 

We know, we know -- increasing trade show booth traffic and engaging with prospects prior to the show can be daunting. That’s why we put together this guide of sample emails to send prior to the show to help your team make the most out it.

Pre-Trade Show Email Best Practices

Before we delve into the templates, let’s go over some best practices and rules of thumb for pre-trade show ema ils.

Keep these in mind while developing your trade show marketing strategy:

  • Put together an email calendar. This is a great way to spread out and organize all of the important info you want your contacts to know while making sure you’re not hitting them too frequently or with too much content repetition. It’s also not a bad idea to use this time to plan out your follow-up emails .
  • Coordinate your email calendar with your social media calendar. Make sure you’re participating with the trade show hashtags, and use information crowdsourced from the online trade show conversation to pinpoint what info is valuable to your email list.
  • Begin sending emails 8 weeks before the show. Sensing the calendar theme? If your strategy is planned beforehand, you know exactly when and what you are sending week by week.
  • Make sure each email has a call-to-action. Whether it’s a link to read your educational content, register for the show, or view a YouTube video from shows past -- make sure the email reader knows exactly what you want them to do next.

>> For more details about trade show best practices to support all efforts in your strategy, check out  THE MANUFACTURER'S GUIDE TO EMAIL MARKETING FOR TRADE SHOWS <<  

 6 trade show email templates to integrate into your campaign :.

Simply copy and paste these samples when the time comes (with a little personalization, of course) and watch your prospects flock to your booth!

1. Reach out to Contacts From Last Year’s Show

Hi <first name>, Just wanted to drop by and let you know that <your company name> will be at <trade show name> again this year! You’ll find us at <booth number>, which will feature <product displays / booth characteristics.>  We hope you can stop by and reconnect! We’d love to hear about what <their company name> has been up to in the past year. Hoping to see you in <trade show city name> in <trade show month>! Talk soon, <your name>

If your team put together a list of people they connected with at the show last year, this is the perfect way to reach out and reconnect that relationship. If possible, it’s great to personalize this email based on the conversation you had with the person, what their company does, or even where they're from! Pro Tip: If you segment a list to only include past show contacts, be sure to exclude them from other applicable pre-trade show emails where the content may overlap. For example, don’t send this segment a booth announcement email if you’ve already sent this email! Make sure the content is valuable and offers something unique in each email you send.

2. Let Current Customers / Vendors Know You’re Going

Hi <first name>, We’re excited to announce that <your company name> will be attending <trade show name> this year in <month of trade show>! We can’t wait to network with others in the industry, learn more about <insert industry product / service>, and take home knowledge we can apply to our current processes. If you’ll also be in attendance, we’d love to catch up! Stop by <booth number> and say hi. Interested in registering? Here is a link that you can use! <insert link> Talk soon, <your name>

Using this email template for those you currently work with helps assert your business as an industry leader and conveys your dedication to learning more about other businesses.

It’s also a great way to generate traff ic at your booth. Even though your current customers won’t be prospects, their interest and presence at your booth will act as social proof for onlooking leads.

What better way to take advantage of your time at the trade show than to get your happy customers generating buzz for you on the floor?!  

3. Informational Booth Announcement

Hi <first name>, In <trade show month> we’ll be attending <trade show name> and will be exhibiting at <booth number>! <Trade show name> will feature: <info about educational trade show sessions> <info about who attends this trade show> <any other info relevant to the show> Interested in registering? Here is a link that you can use! <insert link> Hope to see you there! <your name>

This template is a good catch-all,  initial content email, for anyone on your list (including customers or past trade show attendees).

Just remember that if you opt to incorporate one of the previous two emails in your strategy, be sure to exclude those contacts from this email when you’re targeting the rest of your database.

p80 Tip: If your company was given a unique link to drive registrants, be sure to use that in emails that direct people to register. In situations where using your link gives the registrant a discount on the registration fee -- be sure to highlight that in the subject line of your email!

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4. Introduce The Trade Show Team

Hi <first name>, Our team is busy gearing up for <trade show name>. After all, it’s only <time until trade show> away! Here’s who you can expect to chat with at <booth number>: <Team Member Name> <Position> <Email address><Booking link> <Team Member Name> <Position> <Email address><Booking link> <Team Member Name> <Position> <Email address><Booking link> <Team Member Name> <Position> <Email address><Booking link> Want to grab some time at the show to connect with a member of our team? Shoot them an email or grab some time right on their calendar to book a spot during the show! Hope to see you there, <your name>

This email has tons of room for customization. Here are some options to kick it up a notch:

  • Link the “Team Member Name” to their bio on your site.
  • Include a photo of each team member.
  • Include a fun or interesting fact about each team member.

Also, here is a handy guide to set up HubSpot meetings for your team !

5. Share Educational Content

Hi <first name>, We’ve been attending <trade show name> for <amount of years> and have accrued some helpful knowledge for first-timers! Over on our blog we wrote a guide to everything you should see and do while in <trade show city name>, plus tips and tricks for getting the most out of the trade show. Read it here! <Blog post button CTA or text link> Plus, check out more resources about <industry>: <relevant industry blog> <relevant industry blog> <services page> See you at the show! <first name>

Sending an email like this is a great way to continue developing your brand awareness -- you want to be perceived as an industry resource that is both helpful and knowledgeable. 

If you’re not up for writing a blog post about the trade show, try sharing educational resources that are targeted to the industry and features of the show. Let’s say you know a new gadget for MIG welding will be the focal point -- be sure to share all the resources you’ve accrued about MIG welding over the years.

6. Booth Display Teaser Email     

Hi <first name>, This year at <trade show name> our booth <booth number> will be featuring <new product name / unique booth design features / etc.>. It’s unlike anything we’ve ever done before for a show, and can’t wait for you to see it. Our booth will also feature: <insert anything you’re giving away for free> <insert any entertainment that will be at the booth> Friendly members of our team ready to answer any questions you might have. To check out <booth number> in person, be sure to register for <trade show name>! Click here to register now <insert link>. If you want to check out our past booths to gear up for this year’s show, take a glimpse back in time on our website <insert link>. Hope to see you there! <your name>

Make sure that this email serves as a teaser for the booth, and you don’t give too much away! The goal is to give the reader a good idea of the value of visiting the booth.

p80 Tip: Of course, the more exciting the booth, the easier it is to make it enticing before the show. Check out our Manufacturer’s Ultimate Guide to Trade Show Marketing for tricks on how to make your booth stand out.

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Your lists are segmented, your outreach is planned, and you're ready to drive traffic to your booth - but is your website ready to support your efforts? 

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How to Use Social Media to Boost Booth Traffic at Your Tradeshow

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Got a trade show coming up soon? If you want to boost your booth traffic and create a buzz, you’ve got to start posting about your event on social media ASAP. Even if you’re late to the game, some posts are better than no posts. Avoid being those guys/gals desperately hoping someone will stop to chat. A little social media planning will entice them to seek you out! Here’s how to do it.

Before the show:

  • Be sure to like and follow the event’s official social media pages.
  • Find out the official hashtag that is being used for the show and begin incorporating it into your social media posts. Your well-crafted post may garner some retweets and shares, therefore expanding your reach to your ideal audience.
  • Don’t forget — the road goes both ways. Share and retweet interesting/helpful posts from the event organizers.
  • Unveiling a new product or service
  • Speaking events you are involved with
  • Demonstrations you are conducting
  • Contests, giveaways, games, etc.
  • Create a contest on social media and let followers know you’ll post the winners at your booth. People will have to come to your booth to see if they won and pick up their prizes.
  • Be sure to include an image as well as your booth number on all of your posts so people can find you.
  • Obtain a list of the media that will be present at the show. Follow them on social media and reach out to them to set up meetings to discuss your story (i.e. your latest and greatest product/service, an interview with your CEO, how and why your company is a game-changer in the industry, etc.)
  • Will there be an on-site media center? Encourage the press to visit your booth by creating and dropping off several copies of a pitch-worthy slick. Don’t forget to include your booth number and social media information!
  • Does the event website have a section for exhibitor press releases? If so, take advantage of that and send one to the media representative asap.

At the show:

  • Just before the event, share some fun behind the scenes photos of your set-up process, like a booth ‘before and after’ or an amusing, unexpected challenge, like “Um. Where’s our carpet?!” Or a “Hey look! We’re conveniently located near the bathroom! See you soon! ;-)” Posts such as these help start conversations.
  • During the show, post photos of your booth traffic with something like, “Come see what all the fuss is about at #EventHashtag – visit us at booth ### and learn about XYZ.”
  • Post images of the happy winners receiving prizes from your giveaways and contests.
  • Post a short piece of compelling video of your speaking events, demos, product unveilings, etc.
  • Capture and share video testimonials from anyone that stops by to tell you how much they love your product or service. Be sure to get the permission to post!
  • Take a look at other tweets that have the event hashtag and get involved in any fun, interesting and trending conversations.

After the show:

  • Gather all of your new contacts and follow their social media profiles.
  • Follow-up with the press and personally thank any that stopped by your booth.
  • Prolifically share articles and posts that the press/media has written about you.
  • Write a blog post about the event. Avoid re-hashing your sales pitch again. Instead, provide insights about what you learned and other interesting information about the show (things like “Here are our contest winners!” Or “We found the best place to get coffee…” or “We are looking forward to next year! Here’s why…”)
  • Share your blog post on all of your social media profiles.
  • Send a follow-up email to all of the contacts you met at the show. Thank them and include a link to your blog post. Include your social profiles in all correspondence.

Sure, it’s a lot of work but you’ll be happy you planned your social media strategy around the event. And if it just seems too daunting, we can help! From blog posts, to press releases to social media updates, we’d be happy to team up to make your show a great success. Give us a call!

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Exhibition Invitation Email: Templates, Examples, & Best Practices

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In this article, 6 examples of trade show invitation emails that work every time: The invitation from a client, the invitation from last year’s contacts, the email introducing the trade show team, etc.

What makes for a successful invitation email?

It is not easy to make a good invitation. It’s hard to make your invitation stand out. To have a quality email that encourages recipients to visit your stand, make sure you follow these tips:

  • Get straight to the point: tell the recipients why they should come and give them the main information about the exhibition (location, date, specificity of the exhibition).
  • Give reasons to visit your stand: don’t just tell them that your company will be at the show, tell them why they should visit your stand.
  • Add a visual: you need to make your invitation lively to attract the reader’s attention and make them want to come and meet you.
  • Automate your email sequences : this will allow you to organise your invitation campaign and remind your contacts regularly of your presence at the exhibition.
  • Make sure that the email sequences are consistent with the schedule of publications on social networks : it is important to coordinate your different communications. It may therefore be relevant to participate in the trade fair hashtags on social networks, for example, or to integrate publications from your social networks into your emails.
  • Start your email sequence 8 weeks before the trade fair: your contacts’ diaries are full, so you need to give them advance notice so that they can include the trade fair date in their calendar
  • Insert a call to action in each email: it is necessary that the recipient can interact from this email. It can be interesting to insert a link to a media or social network, a link to register or a link to add the event to their calendar for example.

Trade shows often give unique URLs to exhibiting companies to use in their email blasts. For example, these may be URLs with a discount code for the registration fee. If you have one of these, make sure you use it in your emails and don’t forget to tell the recipients that they can benefit from a discount through this link. That way, you’ll be able to measure performance accurately from the very start

Why you should send exhibition invitation emails

Exhibition email invites should be part of your “>trade-show preparation for two reasons:

  • They help to maintain the relationship with your key partners: an invitation email is a good way to keep in touch with your important customers but also your suppliers or former customers.
  • They’ll help generate traffic to your stand: Participating in a trade show can be expensive. You need to make it worthwhile and meet a good number of prospects. By sending out these invitations, you’re not only getting people to visit you, they’ll potentially talk about it to others.

1. Email template to invite a client to an exhibition

At a trade fair, it can be interesting to invite your customers. On the one hand, this invitation e-mail allows you to maintain a good relationship with your customer. On the other hand, inviting your customers to your exhibitions can produce a good collective emulation and you can more easily benefit from their network to conclude sales with other companies.

Below you will find a template for inviting one of your clients to a trade show.

At least 6 weeks before the start of the fair and up to 10 weeks before.

  • Your invitation to the [name of the exhibition].
  • Invitation to the [name of the exhibition].
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Invitation email template

Hello x, Just a quick email to invite you to the Vivatech trade show in which we are participating. We would be delighted to see you at our side during this event. What is it? Our company is participating in Vivatechnology, Europe’s largest tech event, to present our new innovations. Come and enjoy unique conferences with speakers like Tim Cook or Mark Zuckerberg! When will it take place? The exhibition takes place from 16 June for 4 days. So see you at the show? Click on the link below to generate your invitation! Don’t hesitate to make an appointment with one of our team members so that they can show you our innovations. See you soon,
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2. Invitation email template for your contacts from last year

It is important not to forget to invite your former customers to the trade fair you are attending, as this can help you to reconnect with them. Here is a template for getting back in touch with one of your customers from last year.

It is recommended to send this type of email at least 4 weeks before the start of the fair.

  • How have you been doing all this time?
  • Shall we meet again at [trade show name]?
  • Get in touch at [exhibition name].
Hello x, We would like to inform you that our company will be present at the [name of the exhibition] as it is every year. You can find us at stand [x] to present our new products! We hope to see you there and get in touch with you. We’d love to hear how [company name] has developed since last year. See you soon on our stand,

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3. Invitation email template to your exhibition booth

This type of email is intended for all the participants of the fair and not only for your list of contacts. This type of practice could almost be considered as cold emailing . You should therefore pay close attention to your email and its subject line so that it is opened as much as possible.

Between two and four weeks before the show

  • [Name] Will you be attending [Name of show] this year?
  • Will you be visiting the [name of your company] stadium at the [name of the exhibition]?
  • Would you like to discover our new products of the year?
Hello [Name], The [name of the exhibition] is scheduled for [Date], and we will be present at the [Name of the stand / Location] stand. We are looking forward to presenting at the show: [EXAMPLE] A new product that we are looking forward to launching, with live demonstrations throughout the show. If you are looking for a [key feature of your product or service / Key benefit], this could clearly be of interest to you! Our talented team will be present at the show to answer all your questions. We hope to see you there! PS: We are organising a competition, take part and try to win [reward]!

4. Invitation email example to introduce the team that will be at the show

Trade fair invitations are almost all the same and are often impersonal. It is therefore interesting to personalise the email with characteristics of your company. It can also be interesting to show the human side of the exhibition. Indeed, the trade fair is above all a meeting place. You should therefore make the recipients of the email want to come to the show by describing the team present at the show or the speakers. You can insert photos but also put contact links to personalise your email .

This type of email is usually sent out 2 or 3 weeks before the trade fair starts.

  • Would you like to meet our team at the [name of the exhibition]?
  • Our team is delighted to welcome you to the [name of the exhibition].
Hi <first name>, Our team is getting ready for [name of show]. And yes, there is only [time until the show] left! Here are the members of the team who will be delighted to welcome you at the fair: [Name of team member], [Position], [Email address or link to book a slot]. [Name of team member], [Position], [Email address or link to book a slot]. [Name of team member], [Position], [Email address or link to book a slot]. If you would like to spend some time with one of our members, feel free to send them an email or book a time slot directly with them! I look forward to seeing you at the show, The exhibition will be held at [date of exhibition] in [location of exhibition].

5. Teaser email template to drive traffic to your booth

To get traffic to your stand, you need to promote your stand and what you are going to display.

Usually one week before the exhibition.

  • Come and discover our new products of the year at the [name of the exhibition].
  • What will we be presenting at the [name of the exhibition]?
Hi <First Name>, At this year’s [name of exhibition], our stand will feature [name of new product/new product features]. This is a first-of-its-kind innovation and we look forward to presenting it/them to you. Our stand will also feature : [List everything you offer for free]. [indicate any entertainment that will be present on the stand]. We will have some great team members on hand to answer your questions. For a chance to see our stand, don’t forget to register for the show! Click here to register now [insert link]. If you want to get an idea of what our stand will look like this year, you can take a look at our stands from previous editions at this link [insert link]. I look forward to seeing you there,

6. Invitation email template to book meetings

You can offer participants the opportunity to make an appointment with you at your stand.

A few days before the show!

  • It takes just a few clicks to organise a meeting at [name of exhibition].
  • Make an appointment with us at the [name of the exhibition].
Hello [name], As you know, next week is [name of fair]. Today we are opening the calendar so that you can make an appointment with our team at a time that suits you. [Button to make an appointment]. Appointment slots are limited, so don’t delay!

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  • Download the PLANS Exhibitor Logo and place it on your website: ION has a ready-to-use PLANS meeting logo for you to use to link your Website to the PLANS 2023 site. Make it easy for your customers to register.
  • Include a P.S. on all outgoing correspondence: “We’ll see you at PLANS 2023 in Monterey, California! Visit us in booth #[YOUR BOOTH NUMBER HERE]” This lets all your customers know you’ll be there and reinforces it every time they open your mail. 
  • Get the pre-registered attendee list: If you haven’t ordered your free pre-registration list, contact for ION today. Send pre-registered attendees on the list a personalized invitation introducing your company and inviting them to see your products at the show. 
  • Add a footer/ signature to your emails: Set your email up to automatically add a message like “Visit us at booth #[YOUR BOOTH NUMBER HERE]” at PLANS 2023, April 24-27, 2023! See you in Monterey, California.” to the bottom of all your email messages. Be sure that everyone in your company with customer contact does the same.
  • Plan a contest: Create a buzz in your booth! It’s easy. Develop a contest with an entry form that customers have to drop off at your booth. Include it with your pre-show mailings. The prize doesn’t have to be expensive – try an item of your merchandise, dinner for two or tickets to a local area attraction as the incentive. Be creative with it, and have fun. You’ll be surprised at how much traffic and interest it will drive to your booth. Stand out. Make yourself noticed.
  • Make appointments ahead of time: Be proactive by scheduling appointments, breakfast meetings, dinner meetings, etc. Your customers will appreciate the effort. Send out a list-minute reminder A few weeks before the show, email or mail a message out to all your clients and potential customers reminding them to include a visit to your booth at PLANS 2023.

Format this media release on your letterhead and send it out to your customers, prospects, dealers and other contacts. Or use this as the starting point for an article in your company newsletter or customer communication pieces.

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In the PLANS 2023 Exhibit Hall, will be proudly displaying the latest technologies, proven solutions and forward-thinking ideas to professionals gathered for the event.

[Add a paragraph here about your booth (where you'll be located, who will be in attendance, what product or service you'll be demonstrating, special booth promotions you'll be offering]

For more information about PLANS 2023, visit www.ion.org/PLANS.

Exhibitor Pass Along Email: Promoting Your Exhibit Booth

PLANS 2023 is coming up fast. Make sure your colleagues know that your company is exhibiting and encourage them to register early to take advantage of the early-bird advance registration rate — simply copy and paste the email below into your own email and send to your full mailing list. Remember to customize it by adding the name, date, and time of your session, your exhibit booth number, and any other exhibitor highlights.

PLANS 2023 April 24-27, 2023  (Tutorials: April 24) Hyatt Regency Monterey, Monterey California

News and Updates:

I’d like to personally invite you to attend  PLANS 2023, taking place April 24-27, 2023 in Monterey, California

[Company Name] will be exhibiting at PLANS 2023, taking place April 24-27, 2023 in Monterey, California.  PLANS is a biennial conference co‐sponsored by the IEEE, AESS and the ION with a technical program that includes an emphasis on commercial inertial navigation. A commercial exhibit and pre-conference tutorials is held in conjunction with the conference.    You can meet our staff at booth #[Booth Number].

[Add a paragraph here about your booth (where you’ll be located, who will be in attendance, what product or service you’ll be demonstrating, special booth promotions you’ll be offering]

To view the complete technical program, go to www.ion.org/plans. I’m hoping you can join us in Monterey. Don’t forget to register before March 30, 2023 to take advantage of early-bird registration rates.

Register today and we'll see you in Monterey.

Exhibitor Pass Along Email: Promoting Your Technical Session

PLANS 2023 is coming up fast. Make sure your colleagues know about the program (including your session) and the early-bird advance registration deadline — simply copy and paste the email below into your own email and send to your full mailing list. REMEMBER to customize it by adding the name, date, and time of your session, your exhibit booth number, and any other exhibitor highlights.

I’d like to personally invite you to attend PLANS 2023, taking place April 24-27, 2023 in Monterey, California.

[Company Name] will be exhibiting at PLANS 2023.  PLANS is a biennial conference co‐sponsored by the IEEE, AESS and the ION with a technical program that includes an emphasis on commercial inertial navigation. A commercial exhibit and pre-conference tutorials is held in conjunction with the conference.   You can meet our staff at booth #[Booth Number].

In addition, [Employee Name] with [Company Name] is presenting a technical paper, [Paper Title], on [Day  Month, Year] at [Time]. PLANS 2023 features pre-conference tutorials and technical papers specifically tailored to position, location, and navigation professionals.

It’s one of the year’s best opportunities to meet leaders in the field, see the newest technologies and stay up-to-date on where the technology is headed.

To view the complete technical program, go to www.ion.org/PLANS. I’m hoping you can join us in Monterey. Don’t forget to register before March 29, 2023 to take advantage of early-bird registration rates.

Register today and see you in Monterey.

Email Signatures

Help us get the word out with Email Signatures! In order to increase attendance at the meeting and drive interest in and traffic to your booth, we need your help getting the word out. Below we've written pre-populated Email Signatures. These are easy and effective ways to create awareness and help drive customers to your booth. But make sure you include specific information about your booth. We've also included instructions on setting up email signatures in Microsoft Outlook.

Sample Signatures for Booth Promotion

Attend  PLANS 2023, April 24-27, 2023 in Monterey, California    and don’t forget to stop by and see us in booth #[Booth Number].

We’ll be exhibiting at  PLANS 2023, April 24-27, 2023 in Monterey, California   . Visit us at booth #[Booth Number].

Register today at www.ion.org/plans.

Sample Signature for Session Promotion

Join us at PLANS 2023, April 24-27, 2023 in Monterey, California and attend our session [Presentation Title] on [Presentation date]. Register today at www.ion.org/plans.

How to Create an Email Signature in Outlook

To add an email signature to your Outlook:

  • Select Tools | Options... from the menu in Outlook.
  • Go to the Mail Format tab.
  • Click Signatures... under Signatures.
  • Go to the Email Signature tab.
  • Type the new signature's desired name.
  • Type the desired text of your signature under Edit signature.
  • It is best to keep your signature to no more than 5 or 6 lines of text.
  • To add your business card as a vCard file (with which recipients can import or update your contact details):
  • Move the cursor where your business card should appear in the signature.
  • Click Business Card in the formatting toolbar.
  • Locate and highlight yourself.
  • Click OK again.

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Seafood Expo North America 2023

March 07, 2023

Seafood Expo North America is a leading trade event for all sectors of the seafood industry. The Expo will be held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from March 12–14, 2023. Visit us at Booth #181.

A variety of seafood on a bed of ice.

March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, but at NOAA Fisheries it’s also a season of seafood! Seafood Expo North America, held every March in Boston for the past 40 years, is the largest trade show in North America. 

A bustling, diverse set of seafood companies and interests provide a look into the landscape of today’s global seafood trade. Visitors can satisfy their craving for seafood knowledge and learn more about everything from farmed fish and shellfish to an array of wild-capture seafood and “value-added” products like fish sticks.  

NOAA Fisheries is hosting a booth showcasing experts from across federal programs engaged with the seafood supply chain. If you plan to attend, we hope you can join one of our panel discussions (below) or drop by our booth #181. 

View the conference program

Sunday, March 12, 2023 

2:15 pm-3:15 pm (room 152)—harmonizing traceability and transparency in a dynamic regulatory landscape  .

In the last year, the demand for enhanced seafood traceability has continued to increase and seafood trade regulations around the world have evolved and expanded. Governments are making commitments to cooperate in their efforts to combat IUU-harvested seafood in the supply chain more than ever before. Despite this, illegally harvested and misrepresented seafood still makes its way to consumers around the world. Alexa Cole , Director of NOAA Fisheries Office of International Affairs, Trade, and Commerce, joins a panel of private sector stakeholders that will review the evolving regulatory landscape for seafood traceability and discuss challenges and opportunities for effective implementation.

3:30 PM-5:00 PM (Room 151B)—NOAA Leadership Update: Supporting the U.S. Seafood Industry through Science and Strategy

Northeast fishing boats

U.S. fisheries are among the world’s largest and most sustainable, but the health of our ocean economy relies on the health of the ocean. NOAA Fisheries is playing a critical role in enacting the Biden-Harris Administration’s priorities around mitigating impacts of climate change and strengthening our Blue Economy. Join NOAA Administrator Dr. Rick Spinrad , NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator Janet Coit , and other members of NOAA leadership for an update on Administration priorities as they relate to seafood and a discussion about how the agency is working to support increased production and resilience in the face of numerous challenges.

Monday, March 13, 2023 

9:00 am-10:15 am (room 204a)—industry roundtable: facilitating market access for u.s. seafood in international trade and commerce.

NOAA Fisheries recognizes the value of engaging with the seafood industry on priorities around trade and commerce, and promoting the competitiveness of American seafood abroad. The roundtable is intended to be a dialogue between NOAA leadership and industry representatives, and could become an annual forum for industry stakeholder engagement, focusing discussions on different trade policy and trade promotion priorities.

After brief introductory remarks, including our vision for International Affairs, Trade, and Commerce, we will move into a discussion with roundtable participants.  Key discussion points include:

  • Brief introduction of IATC and its Trade and Commerce Division
  • Roles and responsibilities of U.S. government agencies on seafood trade
  • Market access and trade facilitation
  • Export documentation requirements and associated challenges
  • How NOAA Fisheries and other agencies can assist companies in existing or new international markets
  • Company export strategies, including identifying and targeting foreign markets for U.S. exports based on sound market intelligence and analysis of market opportunities

Tuesday, March 13, 2023 

9:00 am-10:00 am (room 204a)—public feedback session: noaa’s draft seafood strategy.

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NOAA Fisheries has released its draft National Seafood Strategy and encourages all interested members of the public to review and share feedback. The strategy underscores NOAA’s strong commitment to seafood sector resilience and responds to the unprecedented challenges facing the U.S. seafood industry, including climate change, the coronavirus pandemic, new technologies and other ocean uses, and significant labor shortages and aging infrastructure. Public comments are integral to finalizing the strategy and helping guide the direction of our work to support the seafood sector. Please join us to share your thoughts on the strategy and its implementation.

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Extend an Invitation to Attend a Trade Show, Seminar, or Conference • Example Letters, Guides and Samples

This letter generally functions as a personalized sales tool to cement relationships with customers and colleagues and to secure new ones.

How to write this invitation letter:

  • Spark the reader's interest.
  • Extend an invitation while offering the reader an incentive to attend.
  • Provide specifics relating to the event, such as the date, time, and location.
  • Express anticipation of the reader's acceptance.

Example Letter #1

Do you need just a few more job skills to make you more marketable? Attend Doe's Job Skill Seminar and learn several invaluable skills guaranteed to better your present situation or help you find a job. Just a phone call away.

Here are six reasons to sign up today:

*(list six prominent features)

Nine out of ten of Doe's Job Skill students have advanced to better employment.

Contact me today to enroll in my (date) class. Call 555-5555.

P.S. You can never be too qualified.

Example Letter #2

Do you have what it takes to become certified in the Ski Patrol?

Attend my accelerated course, and you'll be wearing the uniform in no time. It's a terrific job for someone who loves skiing. The satisfaction is unsurpassed, and you get to do what you love--ski.

In the course, you'll learn:

*(list prominent features)

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to become certified in the Ski Patrol. Fill out the enclosed reply card to secure your spot in the upcoming session.

Example Letter #3

Discover how you can make MORE MONEY than you ever dreamed of.

Please accept this invitation to a FREE SEMINAR in (location, date, time).

It will only take 60 minutes of your time, but those minutes will be packed with information on how you can become rich in a very short period of time. We'll teach you how to:

*(list prominent features of your program)

How can all this be done? By simply understanding the dynamics of stock trading.

You may say, "But I don't know the first thing about stocks." No problem. This informative Seminar teaches you the basics. So pick up the phone right now and phone this number for your reservation: 555-5555.

You won't be sorry, believe me.

P.S. The Seminar presenter will be John Doe. Former attendees say that "John Doe is one of the most knowledgeable speakers they've ever heard." Give us a call today.

Example Letter #4

Your crafts hobby can be a profitable part-time business.

That's right! Many crafts enthusiasts have found that there's no better or more enjoyable way to make money than with their crafts. Imagine earning thousands of dollars doing what you love to do.

Sign up today for our exciting seminar, "Making Your Hobby a Money-maker." We'll show you the five simple steps for turning your hobby into a lucrative part-time business.

You'll learn from the pros such things as:

* (List 5 or more prominent features)

* And much more!

Call today! Mail the enclosed card and we'll send you informative literature explaining the seminar in detail.

To receive the literature, our seminar registration form, and a free listing of craft fairs where you can exhibit an $18 value, mail the card now.

You have no obligation. If you decide not to attend, you may keep the FREE $18 crafts fair listing as our gift.

Example Letter #5

One benefit that companies often provide their employees is seminars on life skills. These skills go beyond skills that they must develop for their jobs; these skills help them as human beings to better communicate, have less stress, feel more fulfilled, and be safer.

Doe Living Skills conducts such courses on a variety of subjects. Some include:

*(List prominent subjects)

An employee who is happier and progressing personally is one who will do his job better. Our instructor can present these courses at your office or at another location of your choice. And the price is very affordable.

Please read over the enclosed brochure. I'll be happy to contact you next week to answer any questions and perhaps set up an appointment. I hope you will consider making this exceptional opportunity available to your employees!

Example Letter #6

Have you ever heard, "My boss doesn't make himself clear...I thought he said..."? As director of human resources for your company, you probably hear things like this daily. Interoffice communication is one of the great corporate challenges. How your employees communicate with co-workers and clients greatly impacts on the success of your business.

Doe Executive Education can help your staff improve their communication skills. We offer a one-day workshop, which, until recently been available only to mega-corporations. We focus on:

*(list prominent features of workshop)

Enclosed is explanatory information and a list of our clients. I will call you next week to answer any questions. We look forward to serving you.

Example Letter #7

Think there's no value in attending a technology sales training seminar in (city) in May?

Sure, you're selling great technology. But so is everybody else. Which is why individuals from more than 125 technology vendor sales offices right here in (state) have indicated they will attend this groundbreaking free seminar. Could any of them be your fiercest competitors?

Doe Technology and the (State) Small Business Development Center are co-sponsoring this FREE four-hour sales training seminar designed to help you:

*(list prominent features of the seminar)

Seating will be limited. If practical and proven business skills are what you are looking for, this no-cost sales training seminar is for you.

Just click the "SIGN UP NOW" button below for more information, and to register online--quick and easy! Or you can reserve your place by calling 555-5555.

See you there!

Example Letter #8

The members of Doe City Club feel we have something to offer you.

The Doe City program gives both men and women of business and education the opportunity to serve the community and associate socially with other community leaders.

The enclosed brochure outlines the charters and activities of the Doe City Club. Some of our community services have included: (list major projects). In addition, we are now working on: (list projects). The community service is important and the personal associations rewarding.

The Club meets at (time) on (day) at (place). We want you to get to know us and hope you will respond to our invitation to join us at our next luncheon (place, date, time). Lunch is on us. We will introduce you as our guest and you will have no obligation to say or do anything just get to know us. This is a way for you to see what Doe City Club has to offer you. If you can come, please RSVP to me personally, John Doe, at 555-5555.

We look forward to meeting you.

Example Letter #9

As you know, the Restaurant Trade Show begins next weekend. I want to personally invite you to visit our booth for the incredible specials we will be offering. Here are just a few:

*(List major show specials)

I promise you'll save bundle.

Our booth is No. 30, located on Aisle C. I hope to see you there.

Example Letter #10

It's going to be the biggest little gun show in the West! Yes, Doe and Doe are at it again, bringing together under one roof all the pistols and rifles an enthusiast could ever dream of. And, it's happening right here in Springfield next Saturday starting at 8:00 a.m., in the old armory on Main Street.

As a gun shop owner, you are cordially invited to a special preview showing of our full line of firearms Friday evening at 7:00 p.m. at the armory. We will be giving away a Doe .45 revolver as a door prize.

Entrance to the preview showing is by invitation only, so please call 555-5555 to confirm your intent to attend. We hope to see you Friday.

Example Letter #11

You are one of our best vendors and we don't want you to miss an opportunity to increase your profits with Doe Scrapbooks. Here's a special announcement: our new sticker line will be introduced at the upcoming Southern Crafts Show!

Come by our booth and take a look. Our test market indicates these stickers are going to be big sellers. While you're there, place your stock order and receive our show special of another 10% off on a 90-day invoice.

Our booth is No. 125, near the front of Aisle D. I'll call you next week to set up a time you can come by. See you at the show!

Example Letter #12

Doe Book Publishers is pleased to invite you to visit our booth at the Midwest Book Fair. Our booth will be located on Aisle B, about half-way down. I will personally be in the booth from noon until 5 p.m. I would love to show you our latest books--especially our children's book line, which is your specialty.

Our show special is an extra 5% plus free shipping. Don't miss this exciting chance to stock your shelves.

Hope to see you at the fair!

Example Letter #13

Last year's Home Improvement Expo was a huge success. This year we expect even higher attendance. We want your company to be there!

Mark your calendar for July 2-7 at the main convention center of the Civil Auditorium. We have enclosed information about the Expo, including available booth space. To reserve a booth for your company, simply fill out the registration card and return it with your deposit. Questions? Call Jane Doe at 555-5555. We look forward to seeing you at the Expo!

Example Letter #14

Our compliments on your decision to exhibit at the upcoming Home Electronics Expo. This convention is the foremost avenue to establish new clients for your products.

But, as you know, the hectic pace of trade shows it is not conducive to capturing essential customer information necessary for following up on leads. That's where Doe Expo Experts can help.

We help you collect leads from this convention. Our 10-year record of providing quick, easy-to-use lead retrieval for over 300 companies is your answer to capturing critical information to generate sales from this show.

Our services include:

*(list prominent services)

The enclosed brochure takes you step by step through the process. After the convention, we will mail you the results, saving you time and money sifting through volumes of useless names and information.

Just take a moment to complete the enclosed survey form so that it arrives in our office at least ten days prior to the convention. For additional information, please call us at 5555-5555. We look forward to helping make your exhibit a success!

Example Letter #15

The Educators Expo in St. Louis was great! Thanks for stopping at our booth. Doe Educational Supplies prides itself in 20 years of serving teachers like you.

Like always, the Expo was busy and crowded so and you may not have had enough time for a thorough look at our line of new schedulers.

I've taken the opportunity to enclose a copy of our most recent catalog. Please take a few minutes to browse through it. I think you will be impressed by how these schedulers will save you tons of time and make classroom organization easy.

Doe Educational Supplies has extended its Expo discount through July 30. When you find an item you like, just note it on the order form and return it to us.

Order today. We look forward to serving you.

Example Letter #16

To be honest, we hand-pick the people who receive this letter. Why? Because it isn't for everyone.

Due to your stature as a prominent businessman in the community and your probable net worth, we feel you'll be interested in attending our upcoming Investment Seminar.

We charge nothing for attending, but we think you will find the benefits substantial.

During this two-hour seminar, you'll learn how people in your income bracket are:

*(list key points covered in the seminar)

We hope you'll accept our personal invitation, Mr. (name). The Seminar will be (time, date, and location). A simple buffet will precede the session.

Doe Investments is sponsoring this seminar, which we hope will provide you an opportunity to reappraise your investment strategies.

To RSVP, please call 555-5555 by (date)

Example Letter #17

Our Gift To You

Doe Financial Online Seminar

FREE LESSON

Get Started Below

The financial decisions we face now are quite different than the ones we faced even a year ago. Instead of asking if our portfolios are weighted too heavily in tech stocks, we wonder if we should retreat to the safety of bonds, or whether to refinance our homes, or even if we'll be able to afford to retire.

John and I have developed a timely new 12-lesson seminar called "Financial Planning For Today" to work through the complex money decisions we all face. Please accept "Lesson 1: Walking Straight Down An Uncertain Road" as our free gift to you. We hope that in some small way this lesson will help you put today's financial climate into a more meaningful context.

If you like what you read here, sign up for this $49 seminar--that's $10 off of the retail price--at no risk to you. If you're not totally satisfied, we'll refund your enrollment fee, no questions asked.

I know you will enjoy it!

Example Letter #18

Yes! You can manage your money like the experts.

I'll explain how at my exclusive seminar on money management. This seminar is only for my selected clients. I am inviting you because of your impressive earning ability and your desire to manage your money better.

My seminar shows you how to conquer tough economic times and how to plan for prosperity. I'll demonstrate ways to cut your taxes and protect yourself from inflation. I'll show you how regular folks like you and me have discovered the simple pathway to wealth.

And the seminar is FREE!

I believe you would like to save on taxes and accumulate wealth like the pros, wouldn't you? I hope to see you at (location and date).

Just return the attached card. But do it soon. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis, and space is limited.

So mail me the card today, and don't miss my free seminar on money management.

Example Letter #19

Can you imagine yourself standing in front of a room full of Piranha ready to attack your every word? Wouldn't you like to feel absolutely confident handling that situation?

I'll help you like I've helped so many others. Just give me one weekend and I'll make you a presentation expert.

Teaching presentation skills is my specialty.

*(List credentials.

Some well-known executives have taken my course.

*(List former students)

They all took the same course I'm offering you.

Won't you join me for this intensive skill-making journey? I guarantee to improve your ability to make presentations with new confidence. The small amount of time and money you spend with me can make you thousands of dollars.

Send in the enclosed reply card today for my upcoming seminar. I'm excited to meet you.

Example Letter #20

Ever been handled the entire responsibility for a major corporate publishing job? Is your first thought to rush to your analyst?

Before you spend a ton on therapy, let me show you a few simple steps to cut your work in half. Attend our three-hour seminar to discover:

We'll help you make in-house publishing a manageable task--even an enjoyable one! You'll be able to do the work in half the time and impress your boss with your excellent skills. So, relax and take a deep breath. Just mail the enclosed reply card and we'll sign you up for a seminar time that suits your busy schedule.

Example Letter #21

Is your young business expending more than it is bringing in? Most new businesses experience a time of rocky cash flow. The point is, it's not necessary.

In my book, Doe Business Success, I showed almost a million business owners how to bring costs in line and save thousands of dollars during their critical initial years. I showed them simple rules of thumb for estimating costs and profits and achieving their goals.

Since (year), I have developed strategies that have literally saved the lives of many small businesses and moved them to the fast track of success. I'd like to share these principles with you.

Attend my two-part seminar and learn seven easy ways to trim down basic business costs and convert your savings into profit.

Here are some of the topics we'll cover:

Check out the enclosed brochure for seminar times and locations. Then return the reply card to enroll today.

Isn't it worth a little time and money to ensure your success?

Example Letter #22

Developers SEMINARS are coming to Phoenix, AZ

April 11-13!

You're invited to join your peers in Phoenix, April 11-13, for any of these developers' seminars to be held in the Convention Center.

See how cutting edge technology can empower you to increase your productivity and accomplish your work quickly and easily. Of course, you're welcome to attend all the seminars!

To learn more about DYNAMIC WEB DEVELOPMENT, join us at these FREE seminars:

* (list content and itinerary)

To learn more about WEB DESIGN:

To learn more about effective, engaging E-LEARNING:

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the popularity of these seminars, space is limited--register early by calling 555-5555 to reserve your place!

The seminars will also have prizes and other giveaways! We look forward to seeing you at the seminars!

Example Letter #23

Attend VOCATION NIGHT at DOE CAREERS

(Place, Day, Time)

Win a $150 Gift Certificate!

Come join us at Doe Careers Vocation Night and learn how you can jumpstart your career as a developer of (name technology)! Everyone who attends will have a chance to win a $150 gift certificate.

What Will You Learn at Vocation Night?

Former attendees who have gone on to receive their certificates have reported income increases of 25%-100%! Isn't it time you made a strategic career move?

How do you sign up?

Contact Jane Doe at 555-5555. Due to limited seating, please RSVP as soon as possible.

Example Letter #24

CLOSE THE SALE!

Being a sales professional, that's your main goal. Thousands of books have been written about it. But what is the one sure way--the method best suited to your personality?

On September 15, Doe Sales Advancement will hold its annual Sales Seminar at (location and time). We want to extend to you a personal invitation to attend. Our guest speakers and their subjects will be:

*(list speakers and subjects)

We feel certain that your closing rate will increase as a result of this seminar. To RSVP, please call 555-5555 by (date). But hurry. This a one-night-only seminar has limited seating.

Example Letter #25

If you can make room in your schedule for just one day, we'll teach you what you'll need to know to become more effective for the next 364 days!

Doe Programming Seminar cordially invites you to our annual event, (date and location). You'll learn from the corporate technicians who develop the software. Here is a list of classes and events:

*(list classes and events)

You'll have the opportunity to work side-by-side with your colleagues from all over the country.

Enroll now. Attendance is strictly first come, first served. Please RSVP by (date). Call 555-5555.

Example Letter #26

You are considered the most advanced software programmer at your company. As such, you definitely need to attend the upcoming Doe Technology Seminar. You'll network with advanced programmers from all over the country. Because we only have room for 25 participants, you should RSVP as soon as possible.

The Doe Technology Seminar will be held (time, date and location). Advanced programmers will gain even more insight into the following techniques:

*(list seminar schedule)

To register, simply complete the enclosed reply card or call us at 555-5555.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Example Letter #27

Do you own your money or does it own you? Come and listen to Professor John Doe at Springfield's Business Symposium this year and learn how the most successful businesses handle their finances.

The event will take place in the Springfield Chamber of Commerce reception hall, suite 114, on June 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. In addition to Professor Doe's expert presentation, the symposium will feature eight different workshops on business and domestic money management.

For more information, call 555-5555 or write to:

Springfield Chamber of Commerce

Special Events Division

1600 Main Street

Springfield, Kansas 12345

We hope you will register early. We are confident that you will find the symposium both interesting and beneficial.

Example Letter #28

From: (name)

Subject: Intermediate Business Plan Seminar

In January you received your graduation certificate for "Beginning Business Plan Design." Now it's time to lift your skills up a notch. On (date), we are offering our "Intermediate Business Planning Seminar." We know you will want to attend.

With your "Beginning Business Plan" skills, you know how to:

*(list basic features)

With the skills you will acquire in our "Intermediate Business Planning Seminar," you will be able to:

*(list prominent skills)

This four-hour seminar will be held at (location, date, time).

To reserve your spot, simply e-mail your name, address, and telephone number to (e-mail address). We will register you for this valuable seminar and mail you confirmation of your registration.

Take your business skills to a whole new level in just four hours. Mark your calendar for (date) and e-mail your response today.

Example Letter #29

Come and view the ultralight aircraft that is taking the light aviation world by STORM! The Doe STORM and dozens of other ultralight aircraft will be on display at the Great Springfield Fly In, June 16, 17, and 18 at Springfield Airfield, Kansas. We hope to see you there. Mention this letter for a free handheld GPS unit with purchase of a new Doe STORM ultralight!

Example Letter #30

Navigate by the stars! Tired of entrusting your life and your vessel to finicky solid state computer instruments? Want to learn classical nautical navigation from the best? Join Captain John Doe, in the classroom and "at sea," for an intensive seminar on Navigation By The Stars. The seminar takes place in the Springfield Planetarium on the weekend of November 15 and 16, from 9:00 a.m. till 7:00 p.m. You will be amazed at the newfound freedom you will feel knowing that even if all your electronic navigation instruments fail, you will be able to determine your position and heading at sea. Registration is limited, so please respond quickly to assure yourself a seat!

Example Letter #31

In conjunction with Doe Corporation's annual gala being held on Wednesday, May 29, a special Developer Integration Seminar will take place the following day to assist Doe consultants in their integration projects with office management software. This Seminar is being presented at the Springfield Hotel and is designed to give professional developers help with XYZ Corporation's newest releases.

Included with this letter is a list of the events scheduled for May 29 and 30. We invite you to attend the gala on Wednesday evening and then join us the next morning for the information and training seminar.

Keep in mind that seating is limited. In addition to returning the RSVP card to attend Wednesday's extravaganza (which you have previously received), you must also call 555-5555 to reserve your seat at the integration seminar. I hope to see you there.

Example Letter #32

Here are a couple of tickets to this year's Home Show. It will be held Friday, March 15 from 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. I wanted to make sure that you had an opportunity to see the booths and displays. The location is the new Springfield Events Center on the Springfield Community College Campus. Doe Mortgage will have a booth that should be easy to find. Come by to see us if you get a chance. I hope you enjoy the tickets!

P.S. The rate is so good these days that you may want to refinance. Call me at 555-5555 if you want to discuss it. You may be able to pull cash out of your equity to accomplish some of the home improvement suggestions you find at the show.

Write Your Letter Step-by-Step

1 Spark the reader's interest.

Sample Sentences for Step 1

  • At this year's trade show we will feature two new product lines you won't want to miss.
  • Doe will have display booth #67 at this year's Home Schooling Convention.
  • We have managed to schedule John Doe as the keynote speaker at our conference this year!
  • Do you need an effective water softener with a lifetime warranty? As exclusive dealers for Doe Water Softeners, we can provide you with such a system.
  • What do you expect to gain from a seminar? You will leave this one with a host of techniques for achieving a more efficient plant.
  • Trying to find first-class salespeople doesn't have to be a perpetual headache. The symposium scheduled for October 10 is better than aspirin--it can take the headache away permanently.
  • We have four complimentary tickets for you and your family to preview our most recent fully animated children's film classic Doe's Winter.
  • We are about to launch a new product that will completely revolutionize the computer industry.
  • Come sample some of Springfield's finest cuisine prepared by the area's most reputable chefs.

Sample Phrases for Step 1

  • a major new product line
  • a revolutionary new product
  • are about to launch a new
  • as exclusive dealers for
  • at this year's show
  • attend our seminar on
  • come see our new
  • come sample our new
  • conference will be bigger and better than ever
  • constantly changing industry
  • find out what's new and challenging
  • get to know various suppliers
  • have complimentary tickets for you
  • invite you to attend
  • keep in touch with what's happening
  • keynote speaker will be
  • one of the biggest events of the year
  • opportunity to examine new lines
  • symposium is scheduled for
  • this seminar has helped many
  • will find us in
  • will be introducing our new
  • will feature
  • will completely revolutionize the
  • won't want to miss

2 Extend an invitation while offering the reader an incentive to attend.

Sample Sentences for Step 2

  • I would like you to attend the trade show to see the educational tools our company offers.
  • After you read the enclosed brochure, we hope you will join us for a demonstration at the trade show Friday.
  • You will learn about exciting new developments in the field of automation.
  • We would be pleased if you would join us for this previewing event.
  • We invite you to be one of the first to witness this exciting new technology.
  • We will feature workshops in which you can work on company problems and challenges with an expert literally sitting by your side.
  • Doe invites you to view our newest products and services. Sales Representatives will be on hand to provide all the information you need and to answer your questions.
  • Discover which forces are driving the market and how to use them to your company's advantage.
  • Doe's annual trade show provides a quick, reliable way to keep abreast of new products for the home. Mark your calendars now!
  • Please join us to sample a variety of dishes from 50 of the area's most popular restaurants.

Sample Phrases for Step 2

  • as a free gift just to thank you for stopping by
  • be some of the first to witness
  • be sure to stop by our display
  • can get your orders placed early
  • come to understand the forces at work on
  • exchange ideas with other
  • explain our dealer program
  • giving away prizes every hour
  • have some exciting samples for you to try
  • invite you to view our
  • keep abreast of new products in the market
  • latest products and services
  • learn about exciting new developments
  • learn the newest techniques and ideas in
  • little gift set aside for you at the booth
  • meet competitors and share ideas
  • nationally recognized speaker
  • pleased if you would join us
  • products offer a substantial profit potential
  • providing a variety of seminars through the day
  • see what we have to offer in the field of
  • sign up for the workshops on
  • special demonstration every hour
  • will be featuring hands-on experiences in
  • will be on hand to answer your questions
  • will introduce new ideas and materials on
  • would like you to attend as our guest

3 Provide specifics relating to the event, such as the date, time, and location.

Sample Sentences for Step 3

  • Plan to attend the annual Association of Middle Managers conference in Springfield, Kansas, March 12 to 14, 2019.
  • This year the Home Schooling Convention will be held October 16-18 at Doe International, 1600 Main Street, Springfield.
  • Please join us at the Doe Center, 1600 Main Street, Springfield, on September 15 at either 11:00 a.m. or 2:00 p.m.
  • We will hold the preview on Saturday, June 5, at 3:00 p.m. at Doe Cinemas located in downtown Springfield. Present this certificate at the door to receive your four complimentary tickets.
  • The seminar will be held at the Springfield Convention Center, on June 2, starting with a continental breakfast at 7:30 a.m.
  • The presentation will take place in the Doe Conference Center from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 22.
  • If you are planning to attend the trade show, we hope you will visit us at booth # 54 in the Exhibition Hall.
  • The trade show will be held March 3-5 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the lobby of the Doe International Building, 1600 Main Street, Springfield.
  • Bring your appetite and a friend to the Doe Center, Tuesday, August 5, from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m.
  • The symposium will kick off on March 15 at 8:00 a.m., at the Doe Conference Center. Don't miss this exciting one-day event.

Sample Phrases for Step 3

  • can't miss our display
  • conveniently located near
  • demonstrations every hour on the hour
  • don't miss the preview of
  • exciting one-day event
  • have enclosed a floor plan map
  • mark your calendar
  • plan to attend
  • please join us at
  • registration will begin at
  • show is coming to Springfield next week
  • trade show is coming up on
  • visit us at booth number
  • will start with a
  • will find us at booth number
  • will be the biggest and best trade show ever
  • will kick off at
  • will have display booth number
  • will take place in
  • will be held on

4 Express anticipation of the reader's acceptance.

Sample Sentences for Step 4

  • Please call me at 555-5555 to let me know whether you will be able to attend.
  • We hope you will visit us during the convention to learn more about our products, publications, and plans to lead our children into the next century.
  • I am looking forward to meeting you personally at the conference.
  • We hope your schedule will allow you to attend this exciting and helpful seminar.
  • We will appreciate your timely response to this invitation. Simply R.S.V.P. by returning the enclosed postcard.
  • We are confident you will leave the theater feeling uplifted and inspired.
  • Seating is limited, so please call Jane Doe at 555-5555 to reserve your place.
  • We are looking forward to your visit and are confident that you will find it worthwhile.
  • Each workshop is limited to twenty participants, so register early. We will make every effort to accommodate participants by scheduling extra sessions according to demand.
  • We think you will find a visit to our booth the most valuable time you will spend at this year's trade show.
  • I have enclosed a floor map with an X showing where we will be located. We hope to see you there.
  • This is our way of saying thank you for your patronage during the past year.
  • Be sure to take advantage of the early registration discount.

Sample Phrases for Step 4

  • are confident that you will find it worthwhile
  • be sure to look us up
  • contact me as soon as possible
  • drop by and register at the booth
  • early registration discount
  • for more information, call me at
  • hope you will be there
  • hope to meet you there
  • just identify yourself to our representative
  • look forward to seeing you there
  • looking forward to meeting you personally
  • most valuable use you can make of a day
  • our way of saying thank you for
  • please call to let me know if you can make it
  • return the enclosed card to reserve your gift
  • seating is limited, so
  • to let me know if you will attend
  • use the enclosed postcard to
  • whether you will be able to attend
  • will be worth every minute
  • will appreciate you timely response
  • will call to confirm your attendance
  • will call to find out how many tickets you need
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Social Media Toolkit

We invite attendees, exhibitors, and speakers help build up excitement for the upcoming 2024 NADA Show in Las Vegas! See below for few tips, sample captions, and graphics that you can use to help spread the word about the Auto Industry Event of the Year and we encourage you to tag NADA's social media platforms so that we can help share your message.

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Follow NADA on our social media platforms Twitter , Facebook , LinkedIn , Instagram , and  Youtube  to stay up to date on important information and updates

Use the hashtag #NADASHOW and tag the NADA platform on all your posts

Download the graphics below that are already sized appropriately for each platform

Please join our LinkedIn and Facebook events and encourage your friends/co-workers to join by sharing the event links.

Download the "I'm Attending!" Graphics for Attendees

Sample posts for attendees:.

I will be attending the 2024 #NADASHOW in Las Vegas! Join me and the rest of the automotive community at the Auto Industry Event of the Year Feb. 1-4 – register today at show.nada.org

I just completed my registration and booked my hotel for the 2024 #NADASHOW! Hope to see y'all there Feb. 1-4 – register today

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Download the "We're Exhibiting" Graphics for Exhibitors

Sample posts for exhibitors:.

We will be exhibiting at the 2024 #NADASHOW in Las Vegas! Visit us at booth number # , Feb. 2-4 – learn more at show.nada.org

We are exhibiting at the Auto Industry Event of the Year! Come by booth number #, and learn more about us #NADASHOW

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Download the "I'm Speaking" Graphics for Speakers

Sample posts for speakers:.

I will be speaking at the 2024 #NADASHOW in Las Vegas! Learn more about my session at show.nada.org

I will be speaking at the Auto Industry Event of the Year! Join me in Las Vegas February 1-4 #NADASHOW

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16.3.2022 | Welcome to visit us at our booth #810 in GEO-CONGRESS 2022

It’s been a decade since the first and only Geo-Congress focusing on the State of the Art and Practice in Geotechnical Engineering. Join researchers, practitioners, students, and contractors from around the globe for the 10-year update. Come hear the latest and network with the leaders of our profession in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, March 20-23, 2022 .

Through our technologies and support, we are pleased to help the major construction sector with all their drilling needs and offer the solutions to even the toughest projects. We will introduce the brilliant solutions and technologies of geotechnical applications. Come and meet our experts to hear more about the widest offering in top quality drilling consumables at our booth #810 !

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Boston Promotional Resources

Invite your top clients to attend for free as your vip guest.

Send your existing client base and/or prospects complimentary access to visit you at your booth at the  Boston Travel & Adventure Show  as your VIP guest and meet in person! This is a great opportunity to interact directly with your clients and share your 2023 travel offerings!

You will receive a unique  VIP code  and unique  Eventbrite Ticket Link  from [email protected]  5 weeks prior  to the event. Please note, if you are exhibiting in multiple shows, your code will be the same for all events. Your Eventbrite Ticket Link will be specific to each show. The Eventbrite ticket link will have your unique code already inserted to unlock free tickets.

Remember, this is your best opportunity to get your current and prospective customers to the event to meet you for FREE!

Option 1: Use the VIP Guest Invite Email Image and Hyperlink It to Your Unique Eventbrite Ticket Link

Step 1:  Download The VIP Guest Invite Email Image – The email is already created, you do not need to customize or edit

Step 2:  Insert the Email Image Into Your Email Campaign

Step 3:  Hyperlink The Image to Your Unique Eventbrite Ticket Link

Step 4:  Add a subject, Attend the Boston Travel & Adventure Show for FREE as our VIP Guest!

Step 5:  Send!

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Use this VIP Guest Invite Email image to send to your VIPs!

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Option 2: Use the Suggested Email Copy Below and Create Your Own Email

Subject: Attend the Boston Travel & Adventure Show for FREE as our VIP Guest!

Dear Valued Customer,

We will be exhibiting at the upcoming  Boston Travel & Adventure Show  on  January 21-22  happening at the  Hynes Convention Center  and would like to extend an invitation for you to attend the event for FREE as our VIP guest!

As our valued customer, we invite you to attend the show and visit us at  Booth   (Insert Booth Number) . We’ll be offering show-only deals & specials.  (Insert Show Deals/Giveaways Here)  Register for your FREE tickets here:

(Insert Unique Eventbrite Ticket Link)

You’ll also have the opportunity to experience dozens of travel seminars and workshops, meet your favorite travel celebrities including The Points Guy – Brian Kelly and Peter Greenberg, and more!

We look forward to seeing you January 21 st and 22 nd at the Hynes Convention Center.

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Use this email banner to send to your VIPs!

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Option 3: Post to Social Media With The Suggested Social Media Copy

Visit us at the 4th annual Boston Travel & Adventure Show. Stop by our booth, (Insert Booth Number), enjoy the show and meet @ThePointsGuy and @PeterSGreenberg! Register for FREE as our VIP guest here:  (Insert Unique Eventbrite Ticket Link)

Your vacation is waiting at the 2023 Boston Travel & Adventure Show! Visit us at booth (Insert Booth Number) and enjoy Boston’s Only Travel Show. Register for FREE as our VIP guest here:  (Insert Unique Eventbrite Ticket Link)

Your next vacation starts at the Boston Travel & Adventure Show! Meet @ThePointsGuy, @PeterSGreenberg and @1000Places Patricia Schultz, as well as our staff at booth  (Insert Booth Number) ! Register for FREE as our VIP guest here:  (Insert Unique Eventbrite Ticket Link)

Visit us at the Travel & Adventure Show in Boston  (Insert additional cities: New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Denver, Atlanta, and Dallas) ! Use Promo Code (Insert Promo Code) to register for FREE as our VIP Guest at any of these upcoming events!

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Oldest Holocaust survivor turns 112 amid rise in antisemitism

At age 112, Holocaust survivor Rose Girone is still, as her daughter puts it, “thumbing her nose at Hitler.”

But the recent rise of antisemitism, fueled by the ongoing war in Gaza , is a frightening reminder that the age-old hatred of Jews lives on, as well, said Girone’s daughter, Reha Bennicasa.

“We say, ‘Never again, never again,’” said Bennicasa, 85. “But I don’t think this will ever end. This has been going on since the beginning of time.”

A Polish Jew now living in New York, Girone is believed to be the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, one of a hardy group that — more than eight decades after the start of World War II — still numbers 245,000 people, according to a new demographic survey released Tuesday by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, better known as the Claims Conference.Nearly half the remaining survivors (49%) live in Israel, with 18% more in North America and another 18% in western Europe. Altogether, the survivors are spread across 90 counties with a median age of 86. Most are women.

“These are Jews who were born into a world that wanted to see them murdered,” Greg Schneider, the executive vice president of the Claims Conference, said in a statement. “The data forces us to accept the reality that Holocaust survivors won’t be with us forever, indeed, we have already lost most survivors.”

But Girone is still hanging on, her daughter said.

“She finds it difficult to talk now,” Bennicasa said. “But that’s a fairly recent thing.”

Rose Girone and her daughter Reha Bennicasa. OLDEST HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR.

Girone was born Jan. 13, 1912, in the Polish village of Janów, which then was part of the Russian empire.

Then, in 1938, she married a German Jew named Julius Mannheim, and the couple eventually moved to the city of Breslau, which is now Wroclaw, Poland.

“It was an arranged marriage,” Bennicasa said. “She was eight months pregnant when it happened.”

By “it,” she means Kristallnacht, when the Nazis organized pogroms against Jews and targeted their businesses.

“My father and grandfather were taken to Buchenwald,” Bennicasa said, referring to the Nazi concentration camp. “Back then you could still get people out, and that’s what my mother did. But to get out, my father had to sign over his business and pretty much everything he had to the Nazis.”

The family also secured a visa to the only place left that was accepting Jewish refugees — Shanghai — Bennicasa said.

The Mannheim family arrived there around the time the Japanese invaded, and soon they and 18,000 other Jewish escapees from Germany found themselves confined to a squalid ghetto. Home for the young family was a converted washroom under a staircase that frequently flooded. They slept on a mattress infested with roaches and bedbugs.

“I was a kid, so I have some happy memories from that time,” Bennicasa said. “I remember the air raid attacks as fun, because afterwards we’d go outside and play with the hot shrapnel on the street.”

Two years after the war ended, the Mannheim family landed a visa to the U.S. and found a new home on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. But the marriage that survived so much fractured in the New World.

“My father was a Jew, but he was also a German, and he could never understand why he was being persecuted,” Bennicasa said. “He fought in World War I for Germany. He was a successful businessman. But when he came here, he had to start over again. Learn a new language. I think it was too much for him.”

Bennicasa’s mother, however, took up knitting in the Shanghai ghetto and parlayed that skill in America into a successful business in Queens. Then, in 1968, she met and married Jack Girone. Together, they moved to the Whitestone section of the New York City borough.

“She was a strong lady,” Bennicasa said. “I was blessed with a great mom who did everything for me.”

Bennicasa said that several years ago she and her mother went back to Wroclaw, a city that was repopulated after the war with Poles who had been expelled from their homes in what is now Ukraine and Belarus.

With the help of a cabdriver and a local priest, Bennicasa said, they found the building where they lived before they fled to China.

“It was very exciting,” she said. “I got to see my baby room. And the woman who lives there now was, at first, very cordial. But I think the longer we were there, the more threatened she began to feel that we would try to clear her out of the house.”

Bennicasa, who has a daughter of her own, said that even in these “scary times,” both she and her mother take great satisfaction in having outlived their Nazi persecutors. Both have been collecting claims compensation funded by the German government for decades.

“When I was born, Hitler had put out a list of approved first names, and my mother chose Reha from that list,” she said. “I got to name my daughter Gina.”

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Corky Siemaszko is a senior reporter for NBC News Digital.

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