Booths on Campus
Process and Guidelines
Toggle ItemStep 1: Strategic Planning
Plan out what you want to promote. What is your objective? What is your message? How can your booth increase awareness and involvement? Consider providing incentives like department promo items or refreshments. Maybe plan on having music set up to attract crowds to your booth?
Toggle ItemStep 2: Reserve a Space
Strategically select a high-traffic area on campus where your target audience is likely to be. Consider the day of the week and the time of the day. For example, doing a booth while most people are in class will not be as strategic.
- Aloha Center Entrance Booth 1
- Aloha Center Mall Booth 3 - 6
- MCK Counseling Services Booth 1 - 2
- MCK AUD Lanai Booth 1
- JFS Library Patio Booth 1 - 5
- LSB Booth 1 - 2
*To have a booth on campus, you must make a reservation.
Toggle ItemStep 3: Prepare your promo items (1 month)
Promo items such as t-shirts, stickers, water bottles, pens, etc., require permission from University Communications. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request permission to create specific promo items. Vendors like BYUH Print Services, 4imprint, MakeStickers, and many others, can make these items for you. In your request, explain your booth's objective(s), link(s) to the item(s) you're hoping to order, and if those items will need the BYUH logo on them. Note that anything representing the university must be in the university's brand colors.
After receiving approval, you may place your order. Allow at least one month for production (depending on your selected vendor).
*Consider your department's budget for these items—including treats and refreshments.
Toggle ItemStep 4: Carry out your booth event!
Make sure your team is present at the booth and that the setup is according to your strategic plan. Have fun and interact with your target audience!