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EVENT DATE
Sep 2013
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EXPO DATE
Sep 2013
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Venue

Marine Corps Base, Quantico
Quantico , VA
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Type: Indoor - Other

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Modern Day Marine 2013

Marine Corps Base, Quantico
B2B 8,000 500 (Previous Year)

Overview:

Modern Day Marine is co-sponsored by Marine Corps Base, Quantico, the Exposition's home base. MCB Quantico, home to the Combat Development Command and the Marine Corps Systems Command, is responsible for setting requirements, developing equipment and systems and purchasing the equipment and systems that the Marine Corps will rely on in the years to come. These vital and unique functions play a large part in positioning Modern Day Marine as the premier military equipment, systems, services and technology exposition.

What are Marine Military Expos?
We are three trade shows specifically aimed at the Marine Corps market. Notably, all three of our events are held on base, which greatly enhances the uniformed presence at our events. The mission of the shows is to assist the Marine Corps to identify and procure the best products and services to help their warfighting efforts and to promote the message of the Marine Corps League.

What are the three events? 
Marine West at Camp Pendleton, CA (near San Diego), held in the winter; Marine South at Camp Lejeune, NC (north of Wilmington, NC…about 2hrs from Raleigh-Durham) held in the spring; and our oldest and largest event Modern Day Marine, held every fall at Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Quantico, VA, about thirty minutes south of Washington, DC.

What is the difference between the three events? How big is each one?
Marine West and Marine South are end-user events; sponsored by the host base, the goal is to get the deployable units of all rank-and-file to interface with industry. Marine West and Marine South average about 175-200 vendors, and 3500 attendees. Modern Day Marine is co-sponsored by the Marine Corps Systems Command – the procurement command of the Marine Corps – and designed to be a systems-level show where industry can interface with the requirements and procurement experts in the Marine Corps. Modern Day Marine has been held annually for over 30-years and averages about 500 vendors and 8,000 attendees. Given the proximity to Washington, DC, Modern Day Marine attracts a broader array of attendees from the larger DOD community, all service branches, and a distinct international presence.

If the Modern Day Marine 2013 is important to your business, act now and make the appropriate connections. See the contact information below.

EVENT CONTACTS


Jaymie Nielsen
Emerald Expositions, Inc.
31910 Del Obispo, Suite 200
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
(980) 328-8801

EVENT DETAILS

Primary Industry:
Military
Other Industries:
Government, Military
Audience:
All active duty and retired individuals of the armed services, government agencies, foreign attaches and embassies, military educational institutions and defense contractors.
Notes:
Attendee Statistics:
Attendees Include:
- General Officers
- Senior Officers
- Senior Enlisted
- Buyers
- Specifiers
- Influencers
- Top Procurement Decision-Makers
- Users
- Attendees come from a wide range of units including:
Ground Combat Arms, Fixed Wing & Helicopter Aviation Elements,
Operational support Units, Computer Technology and Systems, Law Enforcement & Corrections, Medical Communications, Food Service
Show Owner:
Emerald Expositions, formerly Nielsen Expositions
Sponsorship: Yes

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Booth Details:

Booth Size
Booth Cost
Indoor
$46 per sq. ft.
Indoor Corner
Additional $200 per corner
Indoor Corner
$37 per sq. ft.
Indoor Corner
$43 per sq. ft.
Amenities
Electricity:
Yes
Water:
n/a
Generator:
n/a
Marketing Vehicles Allowed:
Call
Services
n/a

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