The AVCA Annual Convention is the largest gathering of volleyball coaches and club directors in the United States. With nearly 1,700 attendees, promoting your products and services at the convention is one of the most cost-effective ways to reach volleyball coaches and club directors from around the country who are the key purchasing, decision makers for their teams and clubs. Several advertising opportunities are available that will work within almost any budget. Please contact Toby Bishop at email@example.com or 866-544-2822 for more details.
AVCA Convention Program
4-Color COVER Positions
BACK COVER: 4-color, full page $3,000 SOLD
INSIDE FRONT COVER: 4-color, full page $2,500 SOLD
INSIDE BACK COVER: 4-color, full page $2,000 SOLD
FULL PAGE Color: $1,500
HALF PAGE (horizontal) Color: $850
1/8 PAGE (credit card size): $300
Ad Size Bleed (cover positions only) Non-Bleed
Full Page 8 5/8 x 11 1/8 8 1⁄2 x 11
Half Horizontal 7 7/8 x 5 1/8
Advertisement Submission Specifications
First Option (most preferred): Advertisement sent in a hi-resolution PDF or upload your artwork to our FTP site.
Second Option: Submit in Photoshop 5.5 or lower, Illustrator 8.0 or lower, Quark 5.0 or lower, PageMaker 7.0 or lower, InDesign CS or lower.
- Space deadline for advertising is September 25, 2009.
- Ad copy deadline to AVCA office is October 2, 2009.
- Ad changes will not be accepted after October 2, 2009
- Must include a hard copy proof and contact name with file.
- Advertisements not provided in required formats will be subject to additional charges.
- All material not requested to be returned will be discarded after one year.
December 2009/January 2010 Issue of Coaching Volleyball
AVCA exhibitors qualify for a special rate of $750 for a 1⁄4 page color ad in the December 2009/January 2010 issue of Coaching Volleyball magazine. Buy your ad today and get exposure for your product or service in front of thousands of volleyball coaches and club directors from around the country.
Space deadline is Oct 26, 2009, and Material Deadline is Nov 2, 2009