CAMEX 2017 - Campus Market Expo

CAMEX is the world's largest Retail Expo of products targeted to the campus consumer - whether student, alumni, or fan.
Date
2017-03-05 - 2017-03-07
Exhibitors
615
Floor Size
147600
Attendees
1900
Event contact title
Director of Expositions
Event contact first name
Mary
Event contact last name
Adler-Kozak
Email
madler-kozak@nacs.org
Event contact telephone number
440-775-7777 x2265
Fax
440-775-4769
Notes
Campus stores are a strong, dynamic segment of U.S. retail earning $10 billion annually. Headquartered in Oberlin, OH, the National Association of College Stores (NACS) is the professional trade association representing the $10 billion collegiate retailing industry. Led by a dedicated group of elected volunteers, NACS serves as the industry’s leading resource and advocate.
Description
CAmpus Market Expo (CAMEX) is the campus retailing industry’s largest educational conference and buying expo, attracting more than 1,900 attendees from nearly 900 campus stores. From apparel to tech products, gifts to convenience items, more than 615 exhibitors in 90 product categories targeted to the campus consumer - whether student, alumni, or fan - can be found at CAMEX. Buying and saving are goals during the three-day show—nearly 90% of CAMEX attendees take advantage of exhibitors' Show Specials.
Attendee information
Buyers from nearly 1,000 campus stores attend each year, reaching millions of students across the U.S. and Canada. In addition to college stores, CAMEX attracts buyers from major retail and sporting goods stores. Plus, our co-location with NAMTA's Art Materials World, adds nearly 500 attendees from 125+ companies. Buying and saving are goals during the three-day show—nearly 90% of CAMEX attendees take advantage of exhibitors' Show Specials.
Exhibitor information
From apparel to tech products, gifts to convenience items, more than 600 exhibitors in 90 product categories targeted to the campus consumer - whether student, alumni, or fan - can be found at CAMEX.
Future dates
March 5-7, 2018 in Dallas, TX

Partner Voices

Until recently, the opportunity to have a celebrity attend an event, attach themselves to a name-brand or endorse a certain product or idea was untouchable. The thought of paying a person to promote a product was seen as something only Fortune 500 companies could afford. Social media has changed all that with brands and businesses utilizing celebrity influencers to connect directly with their demographics and increase sales and profits.