Exhibit Fee InformationContract for Space
Exhibitors agree to accept and comply with the policies, rules, and regulations contained in this Exhibit Prospectus and on the Society’s website, and all policies, rules, and regulations adopted after publication of the Prospectus. The acceptance of an application by the Society and the deposit for rental charges constitute a contract.
Terms of Payment
Applications must be received by June 30. Once the application has been approved, full payment must be received by July 19.
Society’s Tax ID # 52-0895843
Fee includes liability insurance that meets all SfN and convention center requirements is included in your booth fee. The fee also includes two exhibitor badges per booth space.
Art of Neuroscience Booth Fee: $410.00
Please reference AON 2023 and company name on Check and Wire/ACH payments to receive proper credit.
Credit Card Payment
To pay by credit card, please indicate so on your application. Once the application has been approved, you will receive an email message from SfN with instructions on how to make the payment. This payment process provides a more secure avenue for our exhibitors.
Society for Neuroscience
Attn: Art of Neuroscience 2023
1121 14th Street, NW, Ste. 1010
Washington, DC 20005
Branch Banking & Trust (BB&T)
Corporate Banking Deposit Officer
8200 Greensboro Drive, Ste. 800
McLean, VA 22102
Wire & ACH Payments: 0005163349053
Routing Number: 054001547
SWIFT Code for International Wires: BRBTUS33
**Exhibitor is responsible for all ACH and Wire Transfer Fees
Cancellations or Space Reductions
Cancellation or reduction of space between the date the application is received, and June 30 will result in an administrative fee of $50. Cancellation of space between July 1 and July 19 will result in a charge equal to 50 percent of the total cost of the canceled space.
Refunds will not be granted after July 19.
Failure to Occupy Space
Any exhibitor failing to occupy space is not relieved of the obligation to pay full rental price for space. The Society will have the right to use exhibit space as it sees fit, provided the space is not occupied one hour prior to the scheduled exhibit hall opening.