Exhibitors

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As of  August 13, 2007

We have a great variety of exhibitors this year, including our traditional line-up as well as new vendors!  Exhibit hours are Wednesday, October 17, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Thursday, October 18, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Don't forget to plan a visit!

3M Library Systems  — Booth 403

P.O. Box 33682

3M Center Building 225-4N-14

St.Paul, MN 55144

(612) 281-3600

(651) 651-6962

www.3m.com/library

Representative:  Chris Nault

RFID, SELF-CHECK-out, materials handling, SELF-CHECK-in, Security.

AAA — Booth 205

160 South McCarthy Road

Appleton, WI 54913

(715) 828-7523

(715) 738-4234 (fax)

www.aaa.com

Representative:  Kiersten Gustafson

AAA, partnering with WLA, offers members 15% savings on AAA membership and up to 25% savings on auto/home insurance. Stop at Booth 205 for more information.

AARP Wisconsin — Booth 307

222 West Washington Avenue, Suite 222

Madison, WI 53703

(608) 286-6337

(608) 251-7612 (fax)

www.aarp.org

Representative:  Jeanne Benink

AARP is a non-profit, non-partisan membership organization that helps people 50+ have independence, choice and control in ways beneficial and affordable to them and to society.

Alpine Book — Booth 110

3405 Arroyo Road

Brookfield, WI 53045

(262) 565-7131 (cell)

(262) 783-7323 (voice/fax)

Representatives:  Dave Collins, Deb Collins

Wisconsin regional and popular non-fiction titles for libraries.

Auto-Graphics, Inc. — Booth 416

3201 Temple Avenue

Pomona, CA 91768

(909) 569-1509

www.auto-graphics.com

Representative:  Lynn Shrewsbury

Auto-Graphics offers web-based library automation solutions through AGent™, a suite of integrated products—including an ILS, ILL and federated search solutions—with a single interface.

Awe, Inc. — Booth 316

2501 Seaport Drive, Suite 410SH

Chester, PA 19013

(610) 348-2200

(610) 354-8684 (fax)

www.awe-net.com

Representative:  Michael Mok

AWE develops products that solve the critical issues associates with Public Access and Educational Solutions. We anticipate literacy needs of children and content requirements of patrons of all ages. Our mission is to make a difference in the accessibility and use of information in schools and libraries.

Baker & Taylor, Inc. — Booth 517

2550 West Tyvola Road, Suite 300

Charlotte, NC 28217

(704) 998-3231

(704) 998-3316 (fax)

www.btol.com

Representatives:  Mark Trunzo, Phyllis Baker

Baker & Taylor, based in Charlotte, NC, is a global information and entertainment services company that offers books, DVDs, music and related services to libraries, educational institutions and retailers.

Book Systems, Inc. — Booth 200

4901 University Square, Suite 3

Huntsville, AL 35816

(256) 319-6720

(256) 319-6792 (fax)

www.booksys.com

Representative:  Shannon Duncan

Book Systems offers affordable library automation solutions for single-site or multi-branch libraries. Our suite of products includes Atriuum, Booktracks, Concourse, eZcat and WebOPAC.

Bound To Stay Bound Books — Booth 400

1880 West Morton

Jacksonville, IL 62650

(800) 637-6586

(800) 747-2872 (fax)

www.btsb.com

Representative:  Berry Bell

BTSB produces prebound juvenile library books with full processing and automation support available.

Bowker — Booth 215

630 Central Avenue

New Providence, NJ 07974

(908) 219-0076

(908) 219-0191 (fax)

www.bowker.com

Representative:  Jeremy Link

Bowker provides bibliographic resources, readers' advisory tools, collection analysis systems, OPAC enrichment and academic core lists to libraries worldwide.

Brodart Company — Booth 203

500 Arch Street

Williamsport, PA 17701

(570) 326-2461

(570) 651-1635 (fax)

www.brodart.com

Representative:  Linette Brown

Brodart is the premier supplier of shelf-ready, cataloged and processed material for both public and school libraries.

Burnidge Cassell Associates, Inc. — Booths 300/302

25 South Grove Avenue, Suite 500

Elgin, IL 60120

(847) 695-5840

(847) 695-6579 (fax)

www.bca-arch.com

Representatives:  Richard McCarthy; Michael Mackey, Deborah Fortune

Burnidge Cassell Associates offers expertise in a full range of architectural and planning disciplines. We provide fresh solutions to the wide range of design and operational challenges within the library community.

Camera Corner/Connecting Point — Booth 214

529 North Monroe Street

Green Bay, WI 54301

(920) 438-0368

(920) 438-0389 (fax)

www.cccp.com

Representatives:  Beth Vander Loop, Chris Lechek, Ryan Chernick, Dan Saustad

Clear Image Solutions — Booth 501

5439 Oakwood Avenue

Stevens Point, WI 54481

(888) 932-9002

(715) 343-9559 (fax)

www.stimaging.com

Representative:  Neil Milkowski

Clear Image Solutions specializes in providing patron friendly systems for retrieving images from microfilm, microfiche and opaque microcards. We are the locally Authorized Dealer for ST Imaging, Bell & Howell, and Kodak Document Imaging in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Coakley Bros. Co. — Booth 415

400 South 5th Street

Milwaukee, WI 53204

(414) 278-7060

(414) 278-8830 (fax)

www.coakleybros.com

Representatives:  Mark Klenz, Mary Edwards, Jason Hedrick, David Dandridge

Full service commercial moving company with expertise in the planning, setup, packing, moving, installing of shelving and unpacking of books with our proven relocation process utilizing porta-racks.

Davidson Titles, Inc. — Booth 503

P.O. Box 3538

Jackson, TN 38303-3538

(800) 433-3903

(800) 787-7935 (fax)

www.davidsontitles.com

Representative:  Ed McCabe

DTI provides books in all bindings for all ages. Cataloging, processing, collection analysis and development are available.

Delta Communications, Inc. — Booth 114

N6W23673 Bluemound Road

Waukesha, WI 53188

(262) 542-9111

(262) 542-8820 (fax)

www.deltacommunications.com

Representatives:  Spencer Thomason, Cindy Peters

Delta Communications, Inc., will be exhibiting wireless authentication, Internet bandwidth management and Network Attached Storage.

DEMCO, Inc. — Booths 100/102

4810 Forest Run Road

Madison, WI 53704

(608) 242-4532

(608) 241-1201 (fax)

www.demco.com

Representatives:  Marsha Mann, Brian Shea, Marcia Flammang

Department of Public Instruction--Reference & Loan Library — Booth 209

2109 South Stoughton Road

Madison, WI 53716

(608) 224-5394

(608) 224-6178 (fax)

www.dpi.state.wi.us/rll/index.html

Representatives:  Mary Clark, Vickie Long, Beth Palmquist

This state clearinghouse provides reference and interlibrary loan referral services, develops resource sharing tools and manages statewide contracts to support lifelong learning for Wisconsin residents.

Durrant Group, Inc. — Booth 306

810 Cardinal Lane

Hartland, WI 53029

(262) 367-6880

(262) 367-6806 (fax)

www.durrant.com

Representative:  TBD

Durrant is an award-winning architectural, engineering, construction management, information systems and interior design firm specializing in—library design with the future in mind.

EBSCO Information Services — Booth 401

1140 Silver Lake Road

Cary, IL 60013

(847) 639-2899

(847) 639-7514 (fax)

www.ebsco.com

Representatives:  Paula Brewster, John Lee, Stephanie McConnell

With more than 50 years of experience partnering with publishers, Integrated
Library System (ILS) developers, libraries and businesses, EBSCO has the expertise to make acquiring and accessing information quick and easy.

Embury, Ltd. — Booth 216

809 Burton Blvd., Unit E

DeForest, WI 53532

(608) 846-0999

(608) 846-0995 (fax)

www.emburyltd.com

Representatives:  Bruce Deming, Karen Nickles

Embury Ltd. specializes in the design, sales and service of library furnishings and accessories.

Emery-Pratt Company — Booth 108

1966 West M-21

Owosso, MI 48867

(800) 248-3887

(800) 523-6379 (fax)

www.emery-pratt-com

Representatives:  Alan Tripp, Irene Tripp

Distributor of books and AV materials, giving personal services to libraries and hospitals nationwide. We welcome your orders via phone, mail, fax, PC and EDI.

Engberg-Anderson Design Partnership, Inc.  — Booth 104

611 North Broadway, Suite 517

Milwaukee, WI 53202

(414) 944-9000

(414) 944-9100 (fax)

www.eadp.com

Representatives:  Bill Robison, Stephanie Savage

With offices in Milwaukee and Madison, we provide individually tailored architectural, planning and interior design services to libraries in Wisconsin and throughout the United States.

Frye Gillan Molinaro Architects — Booth 314

308 West Erie, Suite 600

Chicago, IL 60610

(312) 440-1584

(312) 440-9605 (fax)

www.fgmarch.com

Representatives:  Lonn Frye, Stacy Kroft

Frye Gillan Molinaro Architects, LTD, focuses on all phases of architecture, interior design, referendum and fundraising assistance for civic buildings, especially libraries.

Gale — Booth 317

27500 Drake Road

Farmington Hills, MI 48331

(248) 699-4253

(248) 699-8094 (fax)

www.gale.com

Representative:  TBD

Gale (www.gale.com) is a world leader in print and electronic publishing for libraries, schools and businesses.

HGA Architects and Engineers — Booth 202

333 East Erie Street

Milwaukee, WI 53202

(414) 278-3336

(414) 270-7336 (fax)

www.hga.com

Representatives:  Julie Penman, Jane Dedering

HGA is a full service architecture, engineering, interior design and planning firm that has achieved national recognition for its expertise in the design of arts, cultural and educational facilities.

Highsmith Inc. — Booths 301/303

W5527 State Road 106

P.O. Box 800

Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0800

(920) 563-9571

(920) 563-7395 (fax)

www.highsmith.com

Representatives:  Pam Armstrong, Sharon Maynard, Margaret Sullivan

Helping librarians Reach Every Reader(SM)! Low prices on furnishings, equipment and supplies. No-risk guarantee! Your partner for construction/remodeling. Space-planning/design services are also available.

Ingram Library Services Inc. — Booth 502

One Ingram Blvd.

La Vergne, TN 37086

(800) 937-5300

(615) 213-5111 (fax)

www.ingramlibrary.com

Representative:  Jason Shirley

Ingram Library Services combines the largest inventory in the industry with programs, services, information resources and electronic tools designed to save time and money. 

Innovative Interfaces Inc. — Booth 601

5850 Shell Mound Way

Emeryville, CA 94608

(510) 655-6200

(510) 450-6350 (fax)

www.iii.com

Representative:  Steve Strohl

For over 25 years, Innovative Interfaces Inc. has dedicated its energies to meeting the needs of libraries and the challenges of library automation.

Learning Opportunities, Inc. — Booth 402

15480 Edgewood Court

Eden Prairie, MN 55346

(952) 974-0944

(952) 974-0945 (fax)

www.learning-opp.com

Representative:  Ron Burnside

Our company distributes non-fiction books to schools and libraries from 100+ publishers.

Library Council of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc. — Booth 404

814 West Wisconsin Avenue

Milwaukee, WI 53233

(414) 271-8470

(262) 786-8888 (fax)

www.mcfls.org/librarycouncil

Representative:  Susie Just

The Library Council of Southeastern Wisconsin, a multitype library consortium, provides continuing education, cooperative resource sharing, peer networking and professional development to libraries and archives and their staffs.

MTM International, Inc. — Booth 211

201 Prairie Heights Drive

Verona, WI 53593

(888) 686-4624

(608) 848-0901 (fax)

www.mtmimage.com

Representatives:  Harry Gustafson, Leo Tierney

MTM International is a leading micrographic equipment and film conversion provider, specializing in public and private library solutions.

Maris Associates/Marshall Cavendish-Benchmark — Booths 308/310

3175 Willow Gate Pass

Colgate, WI 53017

(262) 628-1926

(262) 628-2662 (fax)

Representative:  Maris Dambekaln

Children's and YA books. Reference 7-12 print and online database.

Mister Anderson's Company — Booth 613

P.O. Box 758

Burlington, WI 53105

(262) 767-0425

(262) 767-0822 (fax)

www.misterandersons.com

Representatives:  M. T. Boyle, Maureen Boyle, Michelle Doma-Galski, Barry Wojtak

We add the spark to storytimes and summer reading programs with unique puppets, props, puzzles and books, matched with creative ideas on how to use them!

NEWIST/CESA 7 — Booth 315

2420 Nicolet Drive, IS 1040

Green Bay, WI 54311

(920) 465-2599

(920) 465-2723

www.newist.org

Representatives:  Jo Mellen, Margie Thomas

Producer of award-winning videos and DVDs for teens and adults. Used by schools, colleges, libraries and community agencies.

Penworthy Company, The — Booth 201

219 North MIlwaukee Street

Milwaukee, WI 53202

(414) 287-4600

(414) 287-4602 (fax)

www.penworthy.com

Representatives:  Ron Schindel, Rick Ziebart, Karla Wustner

The Penworthy Company provides exceptional children's books and puppets to libraries. Our high quality bindings and customer service save time and make purchasing a pleasure.

Portalwisconsin.org — Booth 212

432 North Lake Street, Room 101

Madison, WI 53706

(608) 263-2166

www.portalwisconsin.org

Representative:  Jennifer Smith

Portalwisconsin.org is a nonprofit Web site promoting culture, arts, humanities and history in Wisconsin.  The Cultural Coalition of Wisconsin sponsors the site.

Quality Books, Inc. — Booth 106

1003 West Pines Road

Oregon, IL 61061

(800) 323-4241

(815) 732-4499 (fax)

www.quality-books.com

Representatives:  Rob Zimmers, Matthew Kopyar

Quality Books Inc. specializes in distributing small press books, videos, CD-Roms and DVDs to libraries in the U.S. and Canada.

Recorded Books — Booth 304

270 Skipjack Road

Prince Frederick, MD 20678

(800) 638-1304

(41) 414-2576 (fax)

www.recordedbooks.com

Representative:  Charlie Anderson

Recorded Books produces and distributes unabridged audiobooks and audio courses direct to public and university libraries. The company also distributes independent films and audio lectures.

Scholastic Classroom & Library Group — Booth 112

90 Old Sherman Turnpike

Danbury, CT 06816

(800) 621-1115

(866) 783-4361 (fax)

www.scholastic.com/librarypublishing

Representative:  Mike Kane

Scholastic Library Publishing includes Grolier, Children’s Press, Franklin Watts, Grolier Online. Children’s Press and Franklin Watts publish fiction and non-fiction books. Grolier is print, online reference.

Sharpe Reference, Salem Press, ABC CLIO — Booth 207

N8W31219 Salem Court

Delafield, WI 53018

(262) 646-8967

Representative:  Pete Merryfield

Reference books (7th grade and up) for public libraries, schools and universities.

Short Elliott Hendrickson, Inc. — Booth 516

421 Frenette Drive

Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

(715) 720-6268

(715) 720-6300 (fax)

www.sehinc.com

Representatives:  Tori Hugo, Steve Gausman

Short Elliott Hendrickson, Inc. (SEH) is a multi-discipline consulting firm of Architects, Engineers and Planners.  Designing libraries that keep pace with the future.

UW-Madison SLIS — Booth 208

600 North Park Street

Madison, WI 53706

(608) 262-6398

(608) 263-4849 (fax)

www.slis.wisc.edu

Representatives:  Jane Pearlmutter, Anna Palmer

Graduate and continuing education.

UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies — Booth 217

P.O. Box 413

Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413

(414) 229-5409

(414) 229-6699 (fax)

www.uwm.edu/Dept/SOIS

Representatives:  Sharon Lake, Catherine Hansen, Bonnie Withers

UWM SOIS is an internationally recognized research faculty that provides a comprehensive range of educational programs at the undergraduate, MLIS and doctoral levels.

University of Wisconsin Press — Booth 116

1930 Monroe Street,3rd Floor

Madison, WI 53711-2059

(608) 263-1136

(608) 263-1132 (fax)

www.wisc.edu/wisconsinpress

Representatives:  Andrea Christofferson

Publisher and distributor of regional, scholarly and general interest books, including well-known public radio personality Jean Feraca's stunning new memoir I Hear Voices.

Upstart/UpstartBooks — Booth 305

W5527 State Road 106

P.O. Box 800

Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0800

(920) 563-9571

(920) 563-7395 (fax)

www.upstartpromotions.com

Representatives:  Matt Mulder, Kari Schiller

Upstart publishes thematic promotional materials. UpstartBooks publishes a diverse selection of library skills, reading activity and children's picture books geared for elementary librarians.

Wisconsin  Historical Society Press  — Booth 417

816 State Street

Madison, WI 53706

(608) 264-6461

(608) 264-6486 (fax)

www.wisconsinhistory.org

Representatives:  Kathy Borkowski, Erika Janik, Anne McKenna, Kate Thompson, Jane de Broux, Bobbie Malone

The Wisconsin Historical Society Press is the state's oldest book publisher, with more than 100 titles in print. We publish regional books on Wisconsin topics.

WiLS — Booths 204/2006

728 State Street, #464

Madison, WI 53706

(608) 265-2728

(608) 262-6067 (fax)

www.wils.wisc.edu

Representatives:  Cheryl Bradley, Sara Van Cleef

WiLS supports libraries in areas of shared bibliographic information, resource sharing, inservice training and other cooperative activities relating to information technology. 

Wisconsin Women Library Workers — Booth 404

P.O. Box 1425

Madison, WI 53703

www.danenet.org/wwlw/index.htm

Representative:  Mary Knapp

WWLW is a feminist organization committed to improving the status of women in the library field. Look for our annual quilt raffle in the exhibit hall.

Woodland Pattern Book Center — Booths 209/211

720 East Locust

Milwaukee, WI 53212

(414) 263-5001

(414) 372-7636 (fax)

www.woodlandpattern.org

Representatives:  Anne Kingsbury, Karl Gartung, Carolyn Elmer, Chuck Stebelton

Woodland Pattern--celebrating 27 years of specializing in contemporary literature, with special emphasis on poetry, small press and cross cultural titles.

World Book, Inc. — Booth 405

W143 N6633 Aspen Drive

Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

(800) 656-1636

(888) 216-8306 (fax)

Representatives:  Becky Carroll, Jim Carroll, Bob Buck

World Book, Inc., sole source publisher of reference, non-fiction and online databases. The Best for Less! Your one-stop reference shop!

Yerges Moving and Storage — Booth 213

P.O. Box 339

Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0339

(920) 563-5000

(920) 563-5096 (fax)

www.yergesmoving.com

Representative:  Kevin Becker

Commercial movers with extensive experience in library relocations and remodeling projects. Also moving of medical equipment and household furniture. On site storage available.

 

Wisconsin Library Association

5250 East Terrace Drive, Suite A1

Madison, WI 53718-8345

(608) 245-3640

(608) 245-3646 (fax)

www.wla.lib.wi.us

Wisconsin Small Library Round Table (WISLR) — Booth 609

Representative:  Karen Schmidt

WISLR's mission is to promote the common interests, activities, administration and services   of all small libraries and librarianship in a small community, be it special, academic or public.