Marketing opportunities at TAFP's Annual Session and Primary Care Summit

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Exhibit at the Annual Session and Primary Care Summit

Our most anticipated conference of the year, the TAFP Annual Session and Primary Care Summit offers a full weekend of excellent continuing medical education, numerous networking and social events, and a bustling exhibit hall.

WHEN: October 28-29, 2022
WHERE: Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas

As soon as we have a link to reserve your room at the TAFP conference rate, we will post it here.

We expect close to 500 attendees at this year’s conference, including:

  • Primary care physicians in both private and group practice
  • Medical students
  • Family medicine residents
  • Academic leaders
  • Policymakers from the state and local communities


  • $1,800 commercial booth fee for 10'x10' booth with pipe-and-drape
  • $1,200 allied health and non-profit booth fee for 10'x10' booth
  • Exhibit hall is open all day on Friday and half the day on Saturday.

Exhibitors are typically:

  • CME providers
  • Employment recruiters including armed forces
  • Heath resources
  • Healthcare and practice management consultants
  • Medical supplies and equipment companies
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • State agencies

Booth information
Your exhibit fee includes:

  • A skirted 6-foot table;
  • Two chairs and a wastebasket;
  • Pre-registrant, on-site, and final attendee lists;
  • Access to Friday night’s opening reception with conference attendees;
  • Internet access;
  • Access to Freeman Expo services for additional booth needs; and
  • Lunch, coffee, and breaks throughout exhibit time.


A map of the exhibit hall will be provided in Spring 2022 as we await up-to-date social distancing and new exhibit hall guidelines. Selections will be made in the order booths were reserved.

Apply for Exhibit Space →

Questions? Contact Eva Keidel at or (512) 470-0663.

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