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2015 Annual Conference Sponsorship, Advertising, and Exhibiting Opportunities

Alt text: Generation ADA: Rise Up! 2015 Annual Conference on Independent Living (Image: red power fist outlined by a black circle)NCIL’s 2015 Annual Conference on Independent Living will be held July 27-30 in Washington, DC.  Generous support from sponsors, exhibitors, and advertisers last year resulted in a conference of nearly 1,000 participants. We seek your partnership as we begin to prepare for our 2015 Annual Conference celebration!

Based on our attendance of nearly 1,000 people last year, NCIL’s tremendous successes in 2014, and excitement surrounding our conference theme, the buzz has already started for this year’s conference.

Our Sponsorship Opportunities Booklet outlines opportunities for your consideration. We hope that you thoughtfully consider this opportunity to be part of our celebration and growth, and invite you to invest in our efforts to ensure equality for people with disabilities throughout the United States.

The National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) is the longest-running national cross-disability and cross-age grassroots organization run by and for people with disabilities.

Since its inception in 1982, NCIL has carried out its mission by assisting member Centers for Independent Living (CILs) and Statewide Independent Living Councils (SILCs) in building their capacity to promote social change, eliminate disability-based discrimination, and create opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in the legislative process to affect change. As we continue into 2015, it is time to celebrate our past successes and energize the next generation to grow the Independent Living Movement and ensure many more years of advocacy.

Again, we appreciate your review of our exciting sponsorship, exhibiting, and advertising opportunities. Contact Tim Fuchs at tim@ncil.org for further information.

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