Exhibit, Sponsor & Advertise

TASBO connects your business with more than 8,000 engaged, decision-makers from more than 1,000 school districts across Texas. If your company or organization is committed to solving the challenges facing school business and operations professionals, we welcome the opportunity to work with your team.

For more information about doing business with TASBO, please contact: Kathy Swanson, Director of Partner Relationships | 512.617.0073


Build and enhance business relationships with a year-round marketing and engagement plan that includes premier presence at our annual conference, in-person presentation opportunities, exhibit spaces, exclusive member functions, and promotional and advertising placement. Sponsorships can be customized to each sponsor’s business goals.


Engage with school business officials at three conference exhibits each year. Inform decision-makers about your products and services, walk-away with new leads and prospective business, and enjoy the events.


Share your message with school business professionals, with an association they trust. TASBO offers select digital and print ad placements throughout the year. For more information regarding advertising, please contact: Kathy Swanson, Director of Partner Relationships | 512.617.0073

Become an Associate Member

Get involved with TASBO and gain valuable insight into the business needs, concerns, and trends of our members. For an annual fee of only $250, employees representing vendors and nonprofit organizations can join TASBO and become part of an exceptional organization. Membership privileges include access to the member directory and discounts on training and exhibit spaces. Ask us about associate memberships by calling 512.462.1711 or email Becky Faulk, Member Engagement Manager.

“Being able to have that TASBO sponsorship adds another level because we know what TASBO represents. We know they hold themselves, and their corporate sponsors, to a high standard.”

Chris Jamail, Partner & Chief Marketing Officer, TCG Group Holdings
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