2022 CME Supporter/Exhibitor Information   


The New Mexico Academy of Physician Assistants (NMAPA) invites you to participate as an exhibitor or supporter at our continuing medical education conference: NMAPA Annual Primary Care Conference on 15-17th September 2022 at the Marriott Uptown Hotel (Louisiana and I-40) in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


We anticipate about 100 attendees, including physician assistants and nurse practitioners from all over New Mexico and surrounding states and representing all areas of medicine.


There are 3 exhibitor/support packages to chose from:


  • Includes booth space

  • Recognition of your support in the program

  • Does not include electronic attendee list (see Sandia package)


  • Includes booth space

  • Recognition of your support in the program

  • Electronic Attendee List

  • Your logo on our website home page and conference registration


  • Includes recognition of your support in the program (no booth) and plaque on the table

If you have supported us in the past, thank you! We hope to see you again this year.


If you haven’t, come see what a difference direct contact with dozens of your end customers can make. There are many benefits to being a supporter, including:

Creating Positive Image

Often companies are looking to improve how they are perceived by their target audience. Championing events that appeal to their market are likely to shape buying attitudes, help generate a positive reaction, and create a heightened visibility of products/services. Additionally, attendees see you as making a greater effort to support to the event, often allowing more or better activities to take place as a result of your contribution.


Differentiating from Competitors

The mere act of supporting an event is a significant way to create competitor differentiation. Your company name has the opportunity to stand out above the competition. It is a very cost-effective form of advertising directly to the customer.


Enhance your “Corporate Citizen” Role

Funding helps you be viewed as a “good neighbor.” To be seen supporting the local community and contributing to its economic development is extremely powerful and creates enormous goodwill.