Marketing Opportunities

TSCPA’s business development program is designed to put your brand in front of the most influential CPAs and financial professionals. No other platform offers the exposure to and connectivity with the leaders and decision-makers in the field.

Sponsor – Make your brand known and show your support for the CPA profession as a sponsor at TSCPA’s events.

Exhibit – Network with decision-makers and build relationships at an exhibitor booth.

Advertise – Grow your business with TSCPA’s many print and digital advertising opportunities.

For more information, contact Julia Johnson at 615-377-3825.     


93rd Annual Meeting and Convention

TSCPA’s 93rd Annual Meeting and Convention is a unique event that combines continuing professional education, leadership meetings and social events. Highlight your company to TSCPA members and get the opportunity to network with CPA decision-makers at this destination conference June 11-13 at the MeadowView Conference Resort in Kingsport, TN. Download theConvention Exhibitor Guide.


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Website Advertising

With more than 1 million views annually, the homepage of is a great place to reach your target audience. Spots are limited to no more than three advertisers at one time and advertisements can be static images or animated .gifs. Choose from a 90 x 350 pixel button ad or a 350 x 350 pixel box ad.

Print Advertising

The Tennessee CPA Journal is the professional journal distributed to all members of the Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants who are in public practice, government, industry, business and education. It is published bimonthly in print and digital versions. Each issue contains technical and feature articles on matters of interest to the profession, membership news and professional development highlights.

Advertising Deadlinefor Print IssueIssue Highlights
Dec 1 Jan/Feb Tax
Feb 1 Mar/Apr Industry
Apr 1 May/Jun Special Practice Areas
Jun 1 Jul/Aug Technology
Aug 1 Sep/Oct Hot Topics
Oct 1 Nov/Dec Audit & Attestation

here to view the most recent issue of the Tennessee CPA Journal.

Guide to Accounting Firms in Tennessee Advertising

Reach young professionals by listing your firm in our highly popular Guide to Accounting Firms in Tennessee. This digital guidebook is a free resource dispersed to college students and young professionals looking to identify and connect with public accounting firms offering internships and entry-level positions for employment.

Contact Megan Williams for more information on how to include your firm.

Exhibit & Sponsorship Terms & Conditions

Exhibit Package

The exhibit package will be provided in the form of a tabletop. Upon acceptance of applications for exhibit package, exhibitors will be sent instructions on shipping procedures and set up and tear down, as well as information on securing electricity, audiovisual equipment and other supplies.

Exhibit Set Up and Tear Down

Exhibitors are responsible for setting up and tearing down their exhibits. No assistance will be provided by TSCPA. Exhibitors are expected to set up and tear down their exhibits during the established time periods.


All payments must be received by TSCPA with the registration form. Exhibitors will not be allowed access to the exhibit space unless all fees have been paid in full.

Assignment of Exhibit Space

In assigning exhibit space, full consideration will be given to competing products and general grouping of exhibits for proper display and comparison. Every effort will be made for the equitable assignment of space. TSCPA reserves the right to relocate any exhibit for the benefit of the exhibitor or for the betterment of the exhibition. No firm, organization, company or individual without assigned exhibit space will be permitted to display or distribute products or literature, or solicit business within the exhibition hall. Exhibitors will not be permitted to assign, sublet or share with others any part of the space allocated to them.

Eligible Exhibits

TSCPA reserves the right to determine the eligibility of any company or product for inclusion in the exhibition based on the information provided by the exhibitor. TSCPA does not promote companies whose programs, services, products, etc., compete with those offered by TSCPA to its members.

Care of Facilities

Exhibitors or their representatives must not injure or deface the walls or floors of the meeting site. When such damage occurs, the exhibitor is liable to the owner of the property so damaged.

Cancellation of Exhibit Space

Cancellations are fully refundable if submitted in writing at least 30 calendar days prior to the event. No refunds will be given to cancellations received within 29 days prior to the event.

Cancellation of Events

TSCPA reserves the right to cancel an event at any time. Should this occur, TSCPA will not be held responsible for any expenses incurred by the exhibitor.


The exhibitor assumes entire responsibility and hereby agrees to hold harmless TSCPA and the meeting facility and its owners, officers, directors, employees and agents, from and against any actions, losses, costs, damages, claims and expenses (including attorney's fees) arising from any damage to property or bodily injury to the exhibitor, his agents, representatives and employees by reason of the exhibitor's occupancy or use of the exhibition facilities. Upon signing this contract, the exhibitor expressly releases the foregoing institutions, individuals and committees from any and all claims for loss, damage or injury.


Knowledgeable representatives should staff exhibits during the specified exhibit hours. Exhibitors must provide TSCPA with the name(s) of the representative(s) who will attend the exhibition. TSCPA will not provide staffing for exhibits.


Exhibitor representatives must wear appropriate TSCPA badges at all times. The badges will be available at the conference registration desk during the exhibit setup period.


Security is available at the request and expense of exhibitors. Exhibitors should consider removing from the meeting site or otherwise securing all equipment, supplies and other information at the close of each event day.


Exhibitors are responsible for shipping materials to and from an event. All costs associated with the shipping and storage of exhibit materials are the responsibility of the exhibitor.

Fire, Safety and Health

Federal, state and local laws covering fire, safety and health must be strictly observed. Exhibits must not block aisles or fire exits. Storage of boxes and materials beneath exhibit tables may also be restricted. All materials used in decoration must be flameproof. Electrical wiring must conform to the National Electrical Code Safety Rules. Please follow the instructions of hotel personnel and/or TSCPA staff regarding conformity with fire and health codes.

For more information, contact Julia Johnson at 615-377-3825.