- Note: When your company commits to a booth space at the 2021 convention, this means your company will have both an in-person booth at the Minneapolis Convention Center and a virtual booth within the online platform. It is required to have people represent your booth in person at the Minneapolis Convention Center as well as at the virtual event.
Exhibitor Portal: Once you apply for booth space and your contract is accepted by MPF, your company will receive a link and a unique login to your own “Exhibitor Portal” where you will find the information you need to participate as it becomes available, including the following (links below will be live when available as well):
- Full Exhibitor Information Kit from GES
- Information on Advance Shipment to Warehouse and Direct Shipment to Exhibit site
- Information and order placing with the Minneapolis Convention Center for electrical, wired internet, compressed air, and/or hanging banners
- Booth staff registrations (opening March 1, 2021)
- Link to hotel reservations (opening February 22, 2021 for exhibitors)
- Order lead retrieval services
- Purchase exhibitor insurance
- Meeting request form
Be sure to visit your unique Exhibitor Portal to provide your company information for use on MPF’s website, mobile app, and other published locations, including:
- Company overview
- Upload your company logo
- Social media platform(s)
You will also find a copy of your exhibitor booth contract and payment(s) made.
*Be Wary of Third Party Scams*
All confirmed exhibitors receive the attendee contact list after the current convention is complete. You will ONLY receive this list via email from Midwest Poultry Federation. Be wary of third party companies trying to scam you into purchasing what they will call a list of attendees from the MPF Convention. MPF’s attendee list is never sold to third party companies.
Also, hotel reservation information will only come from MPF. Any other emails or calls are companies that are not affiliated with MPF and we advise you do not book rooms through those third party services, which are often scams to get your credit card information.