The fifth Oyster South Symposium is happening Tuesday, April 5, to Thursday, April 7, in Biloxi, Mississippi. Anyone involved in the oyster industry is coming together across the Southeast region. There, they will discuss pressing issues and relevant, practical research on oyster aquaculture.
The symposium is holding meetings and events outdoors on the beautiful grounds of the Ohr O’Keefe Art Museum. Arrive Tuesday, April 5th, to catch up with everyone that evening (5 to 8 pm) at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art (WAMA). Take advantage of guided tours or explore the sites along the Gulf Coast on your own.
Enjoy industry trade shows running from Wednesday morning through Thursday afternoon. This year, vendor registration will include two meeting registrations in the price. Any additional attendees will need further registration.
Fly into the Gulfport-Biloxi airport, which is less than half an hour from the venue. Find hotel options in the area here to get your spot close to the Oyster South Symposium.
And, ff you’d like to be a sponsor of this year’s symposium, reach out to Bill Walton at email@example.com.
All sponsors receive recognition on Oyster South social media, their logo on meeting materials, and can provide literature to meeting attendees.
Gold sponsors ($5,000) receive either a vendor space and six registrations (pending availability) or twelve registrations. Silver sponsors ($2,500) receive either a vendor space and three registrations or six registrations. Bronze sponsors ($1,250) receive up to three registrations. In-kind sponsorships are also welcome.
Purchase tickets now! Current Oyster South paid members receive discounted registration, with twenty-percent off by entering a code sent by email.
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