Association of Meeting Professionals Sponsorship Program

Sponsorships are available as either in-kind sponsorships (for monthly meeting ) or as paid sponsorships (for monthly meeting co-sponsors which are generally suppliers).

AMPs monthly meetings typically have over 100 in attendance, with a two-to-one ratio of local meeting planners to suppliers. These meetings are a great opportunity to showcase your property and city in front of an audience full of planners.

Please note that to qualify as a 2021 monthly meeting host, you must be able to provide a meeting room for 150 people with all AV included, a registration area, coffee break and a hosted reception with light food and beer/wine hosted bar.  In 2021, AMPs will look for venues that can host hybrid meetings.

A contract and/or payment is required in full upon signature of contract to secure your sponsorship. AMPs reserves the right to sell multiple sponsorships for each meeting.

For inquiries or to secure your sponsorship today, please contact
us at 571-314-0974 or email [email protected]

About AMPs

The Association of Meeting Professionals (AMPs) is a nonprofit association that represents and fosters the educational and professional needs of people working in the meeting management industry.

Founded in Alexandria, VA in 1982, AMPs has grown from being a handful of local meeting planners to a group of about 250 planner and service provider  members from all over the United States. At the core of the AMPs experience are the educational and networking programs created to provide members with the tools they need to be as successful as they can possibly be in the meeting planning industry.

Whether it’s a seminar on covering technological advances in the industry, contract negotiations, industry trends or a night of fun and networking at a trendy venue, AMPs programs are designed to help make members’ ‘life in the biz,’ professionally and personally enriched by simple, inexpensive and enjoyable participation. These dynamic programs are usually held on the second Tuesday of each month from September through June.