Welcome to the Online Media Center for R|D|J 2017. Here you'll find an overview of the information included in this section of the website, including news, information, registration, and tools for promoting the event. We sincerely appreciate your support of the show!
Logo and Image Gallery
Use of the event logos or banner ads is limited and may not be used in any way to endorse a company or product.
Logos and graphics will be available for download here soon.
Please e-mail Heather Gibke
with any usage questions, to receive high resolution files of any of the logos/banners below, or if you would like a different size or specific file type.
Press Kits and Press List
Exhibitors will need to send their press kits to their booth and then hand-deliver them to the on-site Speaker Lounge / Press Room as early as Wednesday, September 30, 2015, at 9:00 a.m. CDT.
We anticipate between 30 and 50 members of press to be at the show. The most current 2017 Attending Press List is available for current exhibitors and their agencies below. Most press register on-site, so the most complete press list will not be available until the end of the show month (October).
The above list is updated weekly on Fridays, assuming the list needs to be updated (meaning more people have registered) If the list has remained unchanged, we will not upload a new list that is identical to a previous week's list. E-mailing show management will not result in receiving a more updated list than what is provided above; the above list is the most current list.
Press Registration forR|D|J 2017 is open! Complimentary press credentials are available to qualified members of the working press.
Videotaping of certain events and conference sessions is permitted with approval from Show Management. Please contact Heather Gibke at 972-536-6424 for more information or to request approval.
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