For Exhibitors

The Missoula Health and Wellness Fair is an activity-oriented event!

Start the application process HERE.

Our mission is to inspire more learning than a passive look-and-see fair. We ask that all Exhibitors provide an interactive learning experience for attendees. This will include all ages, from children to our aging population.

Please come prepared to provide a hands-on teaching activity in your space. Your booths should provide something to do that will teach as least one important point about your business and its mission for quality health care.

Start the application process HERE.

We will allow ONLY 3 Exhibitors in each category. Below are examples of desired categories:
Hospitals and Clinics
Elder Care
Arthritis Education
Back Health
Suicide Prevention
CPR and First Aid
Hospice Care
Dental Care
Physical Therapy
Disability Awareness
Hand Washing/Germ Prevention
Health Club
Home Health
Mental Health
Nutrition
Vehicle Occupant Protection
Poison Prevention
Skin Cancer Prevention
Tobacco Use Prevention

Start the application process HERE.

Short Programs

We are seeking professionals for short programs during the event to present on topics of their expertise. Again, interactive programs are preferred. Please send an email with an outline of the program as well as speaker bio. Programs should be approximately 30 minutes in length. Pitching specific programs or products will not be allowed. Below are some suggestions. We will contact you if your program is accepted. Speakers will not be compensated in any way. Exhibitors will be given first priority.

Alternative Remedies

Present a program on alternative medicine, such as vitamins, herbs,  homeopathic remedies, etc.

Vehicle Safety

Provide a program that includes safe driving, drunk driving, seat belts, child safety seats.

Breast Self Exams

Present a program that allows participants to see and feel breast lumps so they can identify one in their own breast self exam and teach others how to identify breast lumps.

Child Health

Present a  program on child health issues, such as:

  • How to care for a child with fever
  • Preventing and treating colds and flu
  • Dealing with bed-wetting
  • Preventing ear infections and swimmer’s ear
Health Care/Self Care

Present a program on managing your health care. Here are some ideas:

  • How to select a doctor or clinic.
  • How to participate in making decisions with your health care professional.
  • Choosing the right kind of health care coverage (e.g., HMO, Preferred Provider, etc.).
  • Cutting health care costs – being a wise consumer of medical care.
Physical Activity

Sports trainer or physical therapist to speak on how to buy appropriate walking shoes or exercise equipment, what sports drinks are best or how to make your own sports drinks, learning to find your target heart rate, safely exercising in heat and cold extremes, or how to start a walking club.

Prenatal Care

Speak about prenatal nutrition.

Women’s Health

Present a program on managing menopause, including information on estrogen replacement therapy.

Stress Management

Present a program on effective stress management, common stressors, natural options, medication, etc.