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Advertising Opportunities

The Wisconsin Association of School Boards Inc. recognizes that public schools and businesses share an interest in the economic vitality of the state. The WASB offers opportunities for reputable businesses that wish to market products and services to the highest-ranking school leaders and put their corporate name behind the cause of public education and local democracy.
Service associate membership
Membership in the WASB Service Associates group is a way for companies to:
  • reach the people who make the purchasing decisions for school districts;
  • demonstrate a shared interest in the WASB mission and vision;
  • generate good will among locally elected community leaders; and
  • secure valuable benefits.
Members are approved by the WASB Board of Directors based on school district references.
State education convention
The WASB, in partnership with the Wisconsin Association of School District Adminstrators and Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials, sponsors the annual State Education Convention, the premier public education event in Wisconsin. The event attracts 3,000 conference-goers to the Midwest Airlines Center in Milwaukee. Opportunities to meet and market to this valuable target audience include:
  • sponsorship
  • exhibit booth
  • sectional programming
  • print advertising/conference guide
  • Website
Wisconsin school news

The official publication of the Wisconsin Association of School Boards Inc., the Wisconsin School News, is published 10 times a year and distributed to school board members, superintendents and other administrators. It is also distributed to lawmakers, state agencies, educational organizations, colleges, universities, business partners and others.
Advertising Rates and Contract Form 

Ad Production Requirements

 
WASB Services Meetings & Events Products & Publications School Law Information Service Associates WASB Insurance Plan
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122 West Washington Avenue | Suite 400 | Madison, Wisconsin 53703-2761 | Phone: 608-257-2622608-257-2622 | Fax: 608-257-8386 | Email: info@wasb.org