Considering the fact that the wealthy state of Connecticut has over 3.5 million citizens, only about 250 libraries (not including schools and universities) are scattered across the state, which means that each branch serves, on average, 14 thousand patrons. If the librarians in Connecticut don't have their work cut out for them, who does? Because of this, the over 500 people—a number that might increase due to the smack-dab-in-the-middle-of-the-state location of Cromwell in 2014—that attend the Connecticut Library Association annually take their opportunities very seriously, not only including the great programs available, but also the extensive exhibit hall. CTLA members know that the number one place to find new books is Combined Book Exhibit, making it a great place to target your marketing.
Send one display copies for each show entered to:
Combined Book Exhibit
277 White Street
Buchanan, NY 10511
Indicate acronyms of shows on label, or place a copy of your Registration Form in the box.