New Kids on the Block Welcome: Running USA Launches Special Opportunity for Newcomers to the Industry at 2020 Conference


If your company has been in the industry for less than two years and never exhibited at the Running USA Industry Conference before, the New Company Corner is designed for you


DETROIT (Sept. 4, 2019) – Is your business new to the endurance space but wanting to jump into the spotlight? A new opportunity for first-time exhibitors at the 2020 Industry Conference in Las Vegas might be perfect for you.

New Company Corner, a space-limited expo offering, is exclusively for businesses that have been part of the running industry for less than two years and have never exhibited at the Running USA Industry Conference before.

You don’t need to design and produce a big booth or truck in a warehouse of supplies to participate. New Company Corner is comprised of table-top exhibitor opportunities, simple to use effectively, and there are just six of them available.

“We wanted to respond to a need that we know is out there: startups and small new companies that want to have a presence at the one important conference to attend each February,” said Christine Bowen, vice president of programming, partnerships and operations for Running USA.

Running USA 2020 is set for Feb. 9-11 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Interested in snapping up one of the New Company Corner spots? Contact Christine directly to begin the conversation and see if your company qualifies.

About the Industry Conference

Since its origins as a small gathering of Running USA’s founders in Southern California in 2004, the Running USA annual conference has grown to becoming the best-attended, most esteemed gathering of running industry professionals from around the USA and the world. Now moving locations each year, the conference has been held in Los Angeles, San Diego, Savannah, Houston, San Antonio, Orlando, New Orleans, San Juan, Puerto Rico and now Las Vegas, Nevada.  Register here.

About Running USA

Running USA is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization devoted to improving the status and experience of distance running and racing in the United States through collective marketing and promotions, information and communications within the industry and to the national media, services to events and industry members, and the development of American world class stars. It seeks the advancement of the sport and the provision of value to each of its members' events and businesses. For more information, visit