FRI exhibit hall

Become an Exhibitor

Reserve Your Booth Space Today

1. Reserve Your Booth Online or complete the exhibitor agreement (pdf)
Fax it to 804-559-0257 or email it to Tracy Blankenship 

2. Choose your booth space from the live, online floorplan
Note that available booths appear in purple as 10x10 spaces. We can combine any available, adjacent booths to create the booth size that you need.

 If you have any questions, please contact Tracy Blankenship at or 571-221-5268.

Booth Fees

Booth Size
(sq. ft.)
General Exhibitor
(per sq. ft.)
Conference Partner
(per sq. ft.)
GEM Partner
(per sq. ft.)
100 – 2,000 $16.00 $14.50 $13.75
2,001– 4,000 $14.00 $12.75 $11.75
4,001+ $13.50 $12.50 $11.25
Pavilion $18.50 $18.50 $18.50

Your booth space includes:

  • 3 exhibitor badges per 100 square feet
  • 2 badges per additional 100 square feet
  • 7" × 44" booth identification sign with company name and booth number
  • 8' back drape and 3' side drape
  • Aisle carpet
  • General security
  • Show directory listing
  • Complimentary expo passes

Check out the Already An Exhibitor Page for Show Schedule and Show Logistics

2017 FRI Rules and Regulations

Conference and Gem Partners

The IAFC strives to partner with like-minded organizations to advance the entire fire and emergency service industry. Through our Conference and GEM Partnership Program, the IAFC develops a close relationship with your company to enhance specific, mutually beneficial brand awareness campaigns.

Becoming an IAFC Conference or GEM Partner not only offers you savings on your booth space fees; you also receive many other value-added benefits throughout the year. These include preferential booth selection, advertising and recognition opportunities, discounted reservations, as well as attendee mailing lists. Preview the chart of IAFC partner benefits (pdf) for a complete list of packages.

Annual Partnership Fees

Diamond Partner $15,500
Emerald Partner $10,500
Ruby Partner $5,500
Conference Partner $1,500

Partnership Increases Brand Recognition

I sat down with IAFC staff in September 2010 to discuss how American Military University could get more involved. The IAFC’s mission of training not only chief officers, but also company officers and battalion chiefs, aligns well with AMU’s commitment to education in the fire service. By getting involved with various IAFC programs such as the New Chief Officer and Company Officer Leadership Program, AMU has met fire chiefs and chief officers from all over the country. We expect our partnership with the IAFC will continue to increase our brand recognition in the marketplace.

– Anthony S. Mangeri, MPA, CPM, CEM, Manager, Fire & Emergency Services Initiatives, American Military University