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2017 Fall Convention
Nov 3-5, 2017

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Presenting the New York State Chiropractic Association 2017 Fall Convention
November 3-5, 2017
Embassy Suites by Hilton Syracuse | 6646 Old Collamer Rd S, East Syracuse, NY

The NYSCA Fall Convention hosts on average 125-150 actively practicing Chiropractors, chiropractic assistants, and office managers from across the state (150-175 on Long Island). NYSCA Conventions bring together leaders in Chiropractic practice, research, academia and industry to present a variety of continuing education courses over three days.

Now Accepting Exhibitor & Sponsor Applications! *Non-exhibiting sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Please see the Exhibitor Prospectus for more details.

Rooming: The group rate for this event is $149.00 per night Single/ Double + tax & gratuity and is available 11/2-11/5/17. The group rate is available until 10/20/17. Thereafter, reservations are accepted on a space and rate availability. Rooms may sell out prior to cut off date.


SAVE THE DATE: the New York State Chiropractic Association 2018 Spring Convention – March 9-11, 2018 (tentative) Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort | 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd, Uncasville, CT 06382


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: How many attendees do you expect?

    A: The number of attendees varies by location and date of the convention. Our Spring Convention at Mohegan Sun typically hosts 175-250 DCs and staff members from across the tri-state area. When on Long Island, our Fall Convention sees 150-175 DCs from the downstate NY region.

  • Q: Do I need to purchase exhibit space to gain access to the exhibit floor?

    A: Yes, companies/individuals must be registered exhibitors in order to gain access to the exhibit area. Unregistered companies or individuals are not permitted to "walk" the exhibit area. Please note there will be no exceptions to this rule.

  • Q: Can I obtain a list of attendees before or after the event, including phone numbers and email address for follow up?

    A: As many as 20% of our convention participants register within the last 2 weeks prior to our events. Therefore, we do not offer a pre-event participant list. We encourage our exhibitors to promote their attendance at NYSCA events using their established social media platforms (See the Exhibitor Prospectus for the event hash tag).

    Participant postal mailing lists will be sent to registered exhibitors within 5 business days following the close of the convention, but do NOT include email addresses or phone numbers. We encourage our exhibitors to make personal contacts at the convention and to obtain email or phone information during those conversations. Exhibitors may also use raffles or other booth games to obtain contact information from convention participants.

  • Q: How do I maximize my participation at the show and reach more customers/clients?

    A: The NYSCA offers a variety of ways to drive business to exhibit booths, including notation of raffles on the floor plan, registration bag inserts, and a post-show attendee list for follow-up.

    The NYSCA encourages our exhibitors to plan well and to train exhibit staff in advance of the convention to be proactive in marketing their brand. Many websites offer suggestions on how to accomplish this, as well as how to encourage exhibit traffic and to increase exhibitor ROI.

  • Q: I need to ship materials to the convention for my exhibit. Do I have to use a designated service or can I ship directly to the hotel?

    A: Instructions on how and when to ship materials for your exhibit to the convention venue are detailed in the exhibitor kit. It is imperative that you DO NOT ship materials directly to the hotel, unless specifically instructed to do so in the exhibitor kit.

    It is also important that you make specific arrangements to have your materials shipped back to you following the convention. When making your arrangements, please remember that exhibits break down on Saturday evening and most shipping companies do NOT schedule pick-ups on Sundays. Please understand that convention venues are large and employ dozens of individuals who might handle your materials. Failure to follow inbound shipping instructions and/or make specific outbound shipping arrangements result in delayed receipt and potential loss of exhibit materials. The NYSCA is not responsible for losses resulting from failure to follow shipping instructions.

  • Q: Why are there no exhibit hours on Sunday morning? Is there any way to reach out to potential clients/customers on Sunday morning?

    A: In the past, our exhibitors have expressed little interest in exhibiting on Sunday morning due to their increased costs. This led to the discontinuation of Sunday exhibit hall. In the future, if the majority of our exhibitors wish to extend their exhibit time into Sunday morning, we will revisit the schedule based upon venue availability. At this time however, Sunday morning networking opportunities for exhibitors are limited to mingling with doctors during the morning coffee break. No exhibit tables may be set up on Sunday morning.
After reviewing the FAQs and Exhibitor Prospectus, do you still have questions? Contact us at controller@nysca.com and we will be happy to assist you.


How to Reserve Exhibit Space: If paying by credit card, please submit payment for your exhibit space using our online payment portal (choose option "I am an Exhibitor/Sponsor"). Submission of an additional paper application is not required when completing your application online. ALTERNATIVELY, you may submit your paper application via U.S. Mail with a check payable to New York State Chiropractic Association. Payment in full must accompany contract submission. We are unable to reserve exhibit space without a completed application with payment. The NYSCA accepts check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express.

Convention Speaker Application
We are required to submit applications for continuing education credit no less than 120 days prior to the start of any event. In view of this, our convention committee will only consider materials received by September 30 for the spring convention, or by March 31 for the fall convention. Submissions received after the deadline may be considered for the following convention. In order to review any speaker applications, the convention committee MUST have a complete packet of information (partial packets will not be reviewed).