Booth Benefits

  • Booth Materials: Pipe and drape, booth frame and ID sign

  • Visibility to Attendees: Company listed in the BRS show program and interactive floor plan (be sure to upload your company logo)

  • Please Note: Booth staffing limitations will be enforced. Four booth personnel for a 10x10 booth, eight personnel for a 10x20 booth, 12 personnel for a 10x30 or larger booth. Badges for additional exhibit staff may be purchased for $30/each. Badges are required to be worn at all times during exhibit hours.

  • *First Right to Book: 2019 exhibitors will have a first right to book on or before September 15, 2019. On September 16th booth sales open to all BATC-Housing First Minnesota members, so don’t delay, reserve your booth location early.




The booth price listed below is for a standard linear booth.  Actual booth price may be different based on location, corner fees and/or premium booth selection.  The interactive floorplan lists actual price for each booth.

10x10 ft. Booth: Early Bird: $720  //  Regular: $850
10x20 ft. Booth: Early Bird: $1,370  //  Regular: $1,620
10x30 ft. Booth: Early Bird: $2,045  //  Regular: $2,425
20x20 ft. Booth: Early Bird: $2,620  //  Regular: $3,120

Important Dates

First Right of Booking Deadline (for 2019 exhibitors)
On or before September 15 , 2019

2020 Booth Sales Open (first come, first serve basis)
September 16, 2019

Early Bird Pricing Deadline
October 31, 2019


2020 Theme: Marvelous Minnesota

The state line’s the limit at this year’s BRS! Literally display the love you have for your homes state by integrating the Minnesota theme in your booth design. It makes the show fun and exciting for both attendees and exhibitors, and also gives the show consistency. 

We’ll award prizes for the best booth overall and best new product/service at the show, so amp up your creativity now. The booth needs to draw in an audience and engage attendees. Use of the theme may help determine a winner. Games, giveaways and prizes at your booth are encouraged.

Each exhibitor is responsible for ensuring all booth activities abide both by Minneapolis Convention Center rules and by state laws and regulations (including gambling and gaming laws). For more details, please see the Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement website from the State of Minnesota.