2019 Annual Meeting Advertising and Sponsorship Rates
Founded in 1951, the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) is one of the oldest and most respected social science organizations in the United States, with members in Canada and other parts of the world. SSSP has over 2,000 members, nearly half of whom attend our annual meetings regularly. These scholars conduct research, publish, and teach and are always looking for new titles for their research and classes.
This meeting is an excellent opportunity to give high visibility to your graduate program to an audience of active scholars, practitioners, advocates, and students professionally engaged with social problems such as crime, justice and punishment; environmental justice; gender inequality; global and economic inequality; labor issues; health care policy; immigration; institutional ethnography; justice concerns across the life course; LGBTQ issues and concerns; poverty, disadvantage and welfare; racism and anti-racism; disability rights, and social movements.
The meeting program containing an outline of the presentations and other essential information will be distributed to each attendee and posted for one year on the frequently visited SSSP website (https://www.sssp1.org/)*. We encourage you to further enhance the presence of your graduate studies in the field by showcasing it in the SSSP conference program.
Advertising Reservation Forms
Publishers: If you are interested in advertising current titles in our 2019 Annual Meeting program, please complete and return this form: 2019 Annual Meeting Advertising Reservation form for Publishers. The deadline to place an Advertising Reservation is July 15, 2019.
Department Chairs: If you are interested in advertising your graduate program in our 2019 Annual Meeting program, please complete and return this form: 2019 Annual Meeting Reservation form for Department Chairs. The deadline to place an Advertising Reservation is July 15, 2019.
If you have any additional questions, please inquire with Michele Koontz, Administrative Officer & Meeting Manager, .
*Advertising for website will be identical to program ad.
|4 x 5 (quarter page)||$220|
|8 x 5 (half page, horizontal only)||$330|
|8 x 10 (full page)||$550|
|Inside Back Cover (full page only; call for availability)||$770|
Becoming a sponsor of the Society for the Study of Social Problems’ Annual Meeting is an excellent way of prominently displaying your company name, services, and products throughout the annual meeting and final program. Your catering sponsorship will bring you to the attention of conference attendees and promote your company. SSSP tote bag sponsorship will enable you to display your name and logo prominently on the bag that attendees use throughout the Annual Meeting and long after it has ended, often to take to the beach and to go shopping, in the process helping to improve our environment by eliminating disposable bags. Your mobile app banner ad sponsorship will promote your company by linking directly to your website or a landing page of your design, and will be prominent on our attendee’s mobile device and computers while using the conference mobile app. For additional information, please contact Michele Koontz, Administrative Officer & Meeting Manager, .
If you are interested in sponsorship at the 2019 Annual Meeting, please complete and return this form: 2019 Annual Meeting Sponsorship Reservation form. The deadline for all sponsorships is July 1, 2019, with the exception of the tote bag sponsorship (deadline March 15, 2019).
For additional information, please contact Michele Koontz, Administrative Officer & Meeting Manager, .
|Reception Sponsorship [partial]
(deadline: July 1)
|Exhibit Area Break Sponsorship:|
|Morning (deadline: July 1)||$1,000|
|Afternoon (deadline: July 1)||$1,250|
|Tote Bag Sponsorship
[includes company name and logo signage on the bag: up to 4 sponsors]
(deadline: March 15)
|Tote Bag Insert
(700 copies; due by July 1)
|Mobile App Sponsor – Banner Ad
[included on main screen at the top of the app and clickable: up to 2 sponsors]
(deadline: July 1)