Georgia's Online Cancer Information Center

Aug
17
2023
Aug 17, 2023
Conference

Cancer Con

All Day

Cancer Con
Stupid Cancer

Thank you for your interest in supporting CancerCon Live 2023 as an exhibitor in our Exhibit Hall! CancerCon® is the annual gathering for those affected by adolescent and young adult cancer. Each year, CancerCon® brings together hundreds of patients, survivors, caregivers, advocates, and health professionals to build community and connect adolescents and young adults to critical resources. 

Take advantage of discounted prices with EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION*!
*Active now through March 31. 

EVENT DETAILS
+ Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
+ Venue: Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
+ Conference Dates: August 17 - 20, 2023INCLUDED BENEFITS
+ One complimentary Exhibitor Badge with access to all conference events and meals (valued at $200)+ Direct access to an audience of Millennial and Gen Z patients, survivors, caregivers, professionals, and key influential leaders in the young adult cancer community
+ Company listing on the CancerCon website and program+ Recognition in conference program & on-site signage
+ 7 hours of dedicated exhibit time+ 6' skirted exhibit table
+ 1 non-paper item in attendee tote bag
+ Additional benefits available, visit prospectus to learn more: stpdcn.cr/prospectusCC23

Our team will follow up with an Exhibitor Kit once you've completed registration.If you have any questions about exhibiting at CancerCon Live, please contact us at programs@stupidcancer.org.

Please note: we may require documentation of 501(c)3 status for nonprofit exhibitors.

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