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You’re invited to be part of the Governmental Procurement Association of Georgia’s


Thursday, October 5, 2017

The Professional Sciences Conference Center
Middle Georgia State University (formerly Macon State College)
Macon, Georgia 31206

If you sell to government agencies – or you want to – this is a MUST ATTEND event!

At previous shows, more than 100 vendors from throughout the region have had the unique opportunity to meet face-to-face with procurement professionals from municipalities, county governments, schools and other government agencies.


It’s the OPPOSITE of a regular trade show!

Representatives from purchasing departments at local, regional and state government agencies staff their exhibits and displays, and vendors move from booth to booth meeting these procurement professionals and “pitching” their products and services.

No booths to transport or set up – the exhibiting government agencies take care of that!  Simple and cost effective!  

Bring lots of business cards and company brochures – you’ll need them!

For vendors, it’s a unique opportunity to make one-on-one contact with decision-makers and purchasing agents – without the expense generally associated with regular trade shows!

Plus, you can enhance your presence at the event with a Sponsorship Opportunity.  Make a lasting impression on our member-exhibitors and show your support for GPAG – there’s a sponsorship available to meet any budget requirement.

In just 4 short hours, you can make new contacts, network with procurement professionals from throughout the region, and pitch your products and services to government purchasing agents and decision makers!

AND…a networking lunch with government buyers is included with your registration!

All WITHOUT the expense associated with regular trade shows!


Attendance for vendors is LIMITED!  Last year was nearly a a sell-out – don’t get left out!

If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Brice, Vendor Relations Chair, at (770) 528-8439 or Stephanie.brice@cobbcounty.org.