The 40th National Stereoscopic Association Convention

3D-Con
July 8-14, 2014
Embassy Suites Murfreesboro
Murfreesboro TN

TRADE FAIR

Saturday and Sunday, July 12-13. The NSA Trade Fair is the ultimate stereo photography marketplace for both vintage and modern 3D. You will see the entire stereo spectrum with a myriad of tables containing
  • stereo cards
  • vintage viewers and cameras
  • View Master items
  • modern film and digital cameras
  • modern 3D viewers
  • mounting supplies
  • computer solutions
  • lenticular displays
  • contemporary stereo photography
  • books
  • DVDs
  • television and display screens
  • computer software
  • display solutions
and many other goods and services.

Advertise in the Program Book to help draw people to your table.

To place advertising in the Program, download the Program Ad Form:
and return it by May 24.   Sample of Ad Sizes in Visual Form:

You can register to be a vendor at the Trade Fair in one of two ways:

Online

Register online at whoscoming.com/nsa. Just sign on, choose 2014 Trade Fair Registration, read the additional sidebar information, click your choices, and indicate how payment will be made. If you registered online in the past, you are already in the system. If you decide to pay with a credit card, you will be taken to PayPal's site and asked to enter credit card information (or you can use your own PayPal funds). You don't have to have a PayPal account to pay online. PayPal is simply a credit card processor. When you register online, you'll get a confirmation email, as well as a reminder email shortly before the convention.

Via Mail

Download the Trade Fair form below, fill it out, and mail it in by June 2 (note that this is earlier than the general registration deadline). More details are on the form.

Trade Fair Registration Form:


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Busy "Antiques Roadshow" appraiser, auctioneer, dealer and PBS TV "History Detective" Wes Cowan at his Trade Fair table at the 2011 NSA convention. Stereo by John Dennis.

Phantograms at the Trade Fair. Stereo by John Dennis.

Website by Terry Wilson, terryfic.com