The Washington State Convention Center, in the heart of downtown Seattle, has larger booths, higher ceilings, and more overall space to accommodate trucks, sweepers, or anything you’d like to display! Be seen as an industry leader when you exhibit at the premier event for surface water-quality professionals.

Why Exhibit?

Exhibiting at StormCon 2020 will:

  • Connect you with the right audience
  • Provide you face-to-face time with your market
  • Further your marketing goals
  • Raise your company profile
  • Increase brand awareness
  • Launch new products and services
  • Stay ahead of your competition
Exhibition Investment
    Raw Space:
      $27.50/square foot
    Package Space:
$32.50/square foot
62% of attendees spent 4 or more hours on the StormCon exhibit floor
84% of attendees are involved in the approval, specifying, recommending, or purchasing of stormwater-related products, equipment, and services
77% of attendees said they intend to do business with StormCon exhibitors and sponsors.


  • Aquatic biologists
  • Civil and environmental engineers
  • Consultants
  • Ecologists and scientists
  • Instructors and researchers at universities and research institutes
  • Landscape engineers and architects
  • Policy makers
  • Professionals from municipal and government engineering
  • Public works personnel
  • Stormwater managers
  • Urban planners


  • Federal, State, & Local Agencies 
  • Filtration and Drainage Equipment Manufacturers 
  • Storage/Detention Systems 
  • Distributors 
  • Monitoring/Sampling/Sensor Equipment 
  • Consultants 
  • Oil/Water Separator Systems 
  • Engineers 
  • Pipes/Valves 
  • Liners 
  • Contractors 


  • Sealants 
  • Permeable Pavement 
  • Designers 
  • CSO Systems 
  • Skimmers 
  • Associations 
  • Flood-Control Systems 
  • Vacuum Equipment 
  • Educational Institutions 
  • Sweepers 
  • Software 

For more information on exhibiting, please contact:

Amy Bailie
North Central/West Regions U.S./International
Kelsey Ishmael 
East Region U.S. 

Dillon Corbett
Southeastern U.S.