2006 Annual Meeting Wrap-Up

2006 Annual Meeting Wrap-Up

Exhibits

The 2006 ESA Exhibit floor was a great place to be all week long. Most of our exhibitors had record years in terms of making contacts with members and for those who conducted retail sales. The addition of a cyber cafe at the rear of the exhibit hall was a welcome addition for many, as it drew increased traffic to the hall. Other innovations are on tap for the 2007 meeting in San Diego. Please email meet@entsoc.org if you would like to speak to someone about reserving a booth in San Diego.


Over 60 exhibitors participated at the
ESA 2006 Annual Meeting.

 


The US Army Mission Support Battalion provided information about Army medical recruiting.


The USDA's Agricultural Research Service.
 


USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.


Onset Computer Corporation's demonstrates
its HOBO Data Loggers.

 

Silverspot Studio specializes in silver and beadwork jewelry inspired by insects and anthropods.
 

Mary Sawyer, ESA's Administrative Officer helps
Phil Sloderbeck renew his membership.

 

The Entomological Foundation's Arts & Crafts Bazaar.

Cornell University Press, providing titles from systematics to cycads.
 

Ento-Vision provides microscopes, cameras, software and imaging systems tailored to entomologists.

Shirley Hanrahan, Council Member of the International Congress of Entomology.
 

A Korean representative of the International Congress of Insect Biotechnology & Industry (ICIBI).

Mirthworks Creations makes jewelry and artifacts inspired by insects, spiders and crustaceans.
 

Atlas Screenprinting offered T-shirts, pins, mugs,
signs, prints and gifts.

"The bed bug dog," trained to find bed bugs.
 

The Entomological Foundation's Silent Auction.