2016 Space Selection

Fire-Rescue International (FRI) 2016

August 17-20, 2016
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
San Antonio, TX
We look forward to having you join us at FRI 2016 in San Antonio! This page contains all you'll need to reserve your 2016 exhibit space.

2016 Floorplan and Contract

View the 2016 FRI expo floorplan

Download the 2016 FRI space contract (pdf)

Booth Selection Assigned Time- Company Order (pdf) 

Reserve Your Booth Online

Conference and Gem Partners

The IAFC strives to partner with like-minded organizations to advance the fire and emergency service. Through our Conference and Gem Partnership Program, the IAFC develops a close relationship with your company to enhance specific, mutually-beneficial brand awareness campaigns that support fire and emergency service first responders from the local level across the globe.

Becoming a 2016 IAFC conference or gem partner not only offers you savings on your booth space fees; you also receive many other value-added benefits throughout the year. These include preferential booth selection, advertising and recognition opportunities, discounted reservations, and attendee mailing lists. Preview the chart of IAFC partner benefits (pdf) for a complete list of packages.

Contact Us

For information on reaching your target audience, contact us today. Email Tracy Blankenship at tblankenship@iafc.org.

Partnership Increases Brand Recognition

I sat down with IAFC staff in September 2010 to discuss how American Military University could get more involved. The IAFC’s mission of training not only chief officers, but also company officers and battalion chiefs, aligns well with AMU’s commitment to education in the fire service. By getting involved with various IAFC programs such as the New Chief Officer and Company Officer Leadership Program, AMU has met fire chiefs and chief officers from all over the country. We expect our partnership with the IAFC will continue to increase our brand recognition in the marketplace.

– Anthony S. Mangeri, MPA, CPM, CEM, Manager, Fire & Emergency Services Initiatives, American Military University