Exhibit Hall / Reaching the General Assembly Audience

A group of four men of mixed generations and races hold an impromptu discussion at an exhibit booth

The General Assembly (GA) has been held every year since 1962, and attendance has grown steadily during this time. Our meeting is attended by adult and youth delegates and non-delegates from congregations, both clergy and laity. For our first all-virtual GA in 2020 we had over 4,900 registrants. We anticipate more than 5,000 attendees in 2021.

The Program is complex and very busy, with events starting about 9:00 every morning and concluding with social activities until 10:00 p.m.

Exhibit in the Virtual Exhibit Hall

Be a Virtual Exhibitor in the NEW! GA App by Whova

Virtual Exhibit Booth


With the Virtual Exhibitor Booths, exhibitors can easily display who they are and what they do, provide demonstrations and other presentations through video and livestreams, and speak one-on-one with interested attendees. With the right planning and Whova’s new resources, exhibitors return on investment will rival an in-person event. Exhibit Booth will appear in the event app as well as in the GA Participation Portal.

GA App by Whova Exhibitor Guide

Reserve your Virtual Exhibit Booth. NEW! Order your virtual booth in the streamlined Sponsor, Advertising and Exhibiting Order form.

Advertising and Sponsorship Opportunities

By becoming a GA sponsor you are provided with the opportunity to connect with GA attendees via the GA Program Book, the GA App, in the General Sessions, and by direct email. More about Advertising at GA.

A woman browses in the General Assembly Exhibit Hall.

Shopping at inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop, is a highlight for many General Assembly attendees.

A young woman stacks a giant "jenga" block on the top of a tower, equal her in height; other attendees look on.

In 2019 the staff groups of the UUA featured a giant block-stacking game and a prize wheel in their exhibit space.

Attendees browse brochures and speak with a host at booth with a rainbow colored backdrop.

Theological schools use General Assembly to connect with alumni and recruit future students.

Four attendees browse a display of jewelry in the exhibit hall

Browsing among UU vendors is a highlight for many General Assembly attendees.

Two attendees stop and chat with two exhibitors, who are sitting behind a table

General Assembly offers a unique opportunity to network with thousands of UUs and dozens of Unitarian Universalist organizations.