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3Branch Products — Booth 59
1945 Techny Road, Unit 10
Northbrook, IL 60062
847.291.3901 (fax)
Representatives: Scott Fairbanks, Amy Fairbanks, Meghann Replin
Manufacturer of the mag/box and the new Staknspin acrylic display products.

3M Library Systems — Booth 42

3M Center, Building 225-4N-14
St. Paul, MN 55144
(651) 398-9858
(651) 736-0030 (fax)
Representative: Rick Mason
3M Library Systems develops, designs and manfuactures cutting-edge digital media, circulation management and security solutions. 

AAA — Booth 55                                        WLA Member
160 South McCarthy Road
Appleton, WI 54913
920.738.4234 (fax)
Representatives: Kiersten Gustafson, Cindy Simdars, Cheryl Thienes
AAA offers WLA members savings on AAA memberships, auto/home insurance and travel. Stop by our booth for more information and to spin our wheel for prizes.

American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin Foundation (ACLU) — Booth 22
207 East Buffalo Street, Suite 325
Milwaukee, WI 53202-5712
414.272.0182 (fax)
Representative: Kristin Hansen
The ACLU of Wisconsin defends and preserves the rights and freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution and laws, including free speech and freedom of expression.

Auto-Graphics, Inc. — Booth 43
3201 Temple Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768-3279
855.314.6880 (fax)
Representative: Steve Hanulec, Albert Flores
Auto-Graphics is "Advancing the Business of Library" by providing the tools, technologies and services that enable personalized access and digital collections anytime, anywhere. 

AWE, Inc. — Booth 46
2501 Seaport Drive, Suite 410
Chester, PA 19013
Representative: Paul Getzen
AWE, Inc. is a provider of digital learning solutions to libraries, schools, childcare centers and other educational entities.

Baker & Taylor, Inc.* — Booth 11
2550 West Tyvola Road, Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28217
704.998.3316 (fax)
Representative: Mark Trunzo
Baker & Taylor, Inc., is a global information and entertainment services company offering print and digital books, and entertainment products along with value-added services to libraries, educational institutions and retailers.

Book Farm, The — Booth 66
210 Lazenby Street
Blanchester, OH 45107
Representatives: M T Boyle, Rick Brammer, Bill Sample, Laurie McCoy
The Book Farm provides prebound and trade fiction and non-fiction titles to libraries and schools, wholesale. We also provide puppets and felt products.

Brodart Co. — Booth 63
500 Arch Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Representative: Kathleen McKeon Underriner
Brodart delivers shelf-ready books, serving libraries exclusively since 1939.

Buckstaff/Moss Designs, Ltd — Booth 48
1118 County Road 1
Oshkosh, WI 54902
Representatives: Ross Moss, John Butler, Dave Anderson
Buckstaff Company is a small manufacturing company that specializes in quality wood furniture for the school and library markets.  Still located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, take some time to stop by our booth and meet the new management team. 

Children's Plus, Inc. — Booth 39
1387 Dutch American Way
Beecher, IL 60401
800.896.7213 (fax)
Representative: Rick Ziebart, Karla Wustner
Children's Plus, Inc. is a bindery/distributor of children's library books for PK to young adult. Free shipping, up to 30% off list.

Clear Image Solutions, LLC — Booth 67
5439 Oakwood Avenue
Stevens Point, WI 54482-9162
Representative:  Neil Milkowski
Clear Image Solutions specializes in providing patron friendly systems for digitally scanning & printing images from microfilm, microfiche, microcards, books, pictures, slides and just about any flat media.

Colibri Systems, Inc. — Booth 44
925 Vista Park Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
412.787.1538 (fax)
Representative: Tom Rankin
Automated Book covering system.

Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) and WLA Youth Services Section* — Booths 4/5
600 North Park Street, Room 4290
Madison, WI 53706
Representative:  Sue Abrahamson 
Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) displays a selection of books published for children and young adults in the year 2012.

DEMCO and DEMCO Interiors* — Booth 36           WLA Member
4810 Forest Run Road
Madison, WI 5370
608.241.1799 (fax)
Representatives: Michelle Montgomery, Janet Nelson
DEMCO provides solutions to libraries and schools to help them meet the needs of their customers. Products include supplies, equipment, furniture and technology, including complete interior design services.

EBSCO — Booth 31
110 Olmsted Street, Suite 200
Birmingham, AL 35242
205.995-1613 (fax)
Representatives: Paula Brewster, Susan Draeger-Anderson, Kelli Gochenaur, Amanda Winseck
EBSCO provides e-journal, e-book and e-journal package and print subscriptions, e-resource management tools, full-text and secondary databases, and related services for all types of libraries, research organizations and corporations.

e-Image Data Corp — Booth 21                   WLA Member
340 Grant Street
Hartford, WI 53027
262.673.3496 (fax)
Representative: James Westoby
E-ImageData Corp. is the leading manufacturer and distributor of microfilm scanners worldwide. These popular scanners have a proven track record of reliability and performance.

Embury, LTD. — Booth 40                             WLA Member
809 Burton Blvd., #E
DeForest, WI 53532
608.846.0995 (fax)
Representative: Bruce Deming
Embury, LTD. specializes in the design, sales and service of library furnishings and accessories

Engberg Anderson — Booth 20                     WLA Member
320 East Buffalo Street, Suite 500
Milwaukee, WI 53202
and 1 North Pinckney Street
Madison, WI 53703
414.944.9100 (fax)
Representatives: Joe Huberty, Bill Robison
With offices in Milwaukee, Madison and Tucson, Engberg Anderson has been recognized nationally for its expertise in library architecture, planning and interior design.

FEH Associates, Inc. — Booth 38                        WLA Member
1133 Arrowhead Drive
Dubuque, IA 52003
(563) 590-9869
Representatives: Gregg Baum, Kevin J. Eipperle, Dennis Sharp
FEH is an award-winning architectural, engineering and interior design firm specializing in libraries.

Findaway World — Booth 18
31999 Aurora Road
Solon, OH 44139
440.893.0809 (fax)
Representatives: Mark Ciccero, Mike Rich
Findaway World is the creator of digital content delivered YOUR WAY. Playaway and Playaway View give you best-selling audiobooks and highly acclaimed video programs - preloaded for grab-and-go convenience, while Catalist Digital gives you access to downloadable digital content anytime, anywhere. Just Press Play!

G4S Secure Solutions — Booth 58
633 West Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 593
Milwaukee, WI 53203
414.277.7609 (fax)
Representatives: Jeff Menz, Mark Schaefer
G4S is the world's leading security company, providing a wide range of security services and technology integration solutions. 

Independent Living Resources, Inc. — Booth 25
4439 Mormon Coulee Road
La Crosse, WI 54601
Representatives: Ashley Walker, Alicia Oliver
Advocacy agency for people with disabilities with a focus on assistive technology and accommodations.

Indus International, INc. — Booth 37
340 South Oak Street
West Salem, WI 54669
Representatives: Sal Ayoob, Scott Stenslien, Kaylan Emerson
Indus provides book scanning solutions to the library market, including walk-up, ILL and Special Collections capabilities. We also offer digital scanning solutions for microfilm and microfiche.

Innovative Interfaces — Booth 69
5850 Shellmound Way
Emeryville, CA
510.450.6350 (fax)
Representative: Matt Wagner
Innovative Interfaces creates cutting-edge technologies for libraries, including the Sierra Services Platform, the Millennium ILS, the Encore Synergy discovery application, the Innovative ERM and INN-Reach resource sharing.

KAPCO Book Protection — Booth 23
1000 Cherry Street
Kent, OH 44240
330.678.3922 (fax)
Representative: Tim Weber
Paperbacks last longer with KAPCO Covers. Let us show you how. Free Book.

Library Furniture International, Inc. — Booth 60          WLA Member
1945 Techny Road, Unit 10
Northbrook, IL 60062
847.564.9337 (fax)
Representatives: Meghann Replin, Scott Fairbanks, Amy Fairbanks
Providers of library shelving, furniture and display fixtures.

Low Vision Store — Booth 17
5345 West Forest Home Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53220-1410
414.327-2812 (fax)
Representatives: Ruth Schneider, Dave Schneider
The Low Vision Store is a "gold medal" for all low vision and blindness individuals.  It offers machines that help you read by magnifying up to 17 times and also machines that read to you when magnification is not enough.

Magazine Subscription Service Agency — Booth 54
5248 State Road 54
New Port Richey, FL 34652
800.889.2004 (fax)
Representatives: Richard Emmons, Robin Craig
We are an independent subscription service. We handle over 250,000 publications. Our customers are libraries. When available, we will provide "free replacement" issues for our customers. 

Maris Associates* — Booth 28
3175 Willowgate Pass
Colgate, WI 53017
262.628.2662 (fax)
Representative: Maris Dambekaln
Books - e-books and databases for childrens, young adult and adult.

Midwest Tape — Booth 62
P.O. Box 820
Holland, OH 43528
800.444.6645 (fax)
Representative: Jason Sleet Shirley
Through quality media products and unmatched customer service, Midwest Tape provides the expertise to help libraries deliver a better patron experience for their communities. 

National Network of Libraries of Medicine — Booth 14
Greater Midwest Region
1750 W Polk Street
Chicago, IL 60612
312.996.2226 (fax)
Representative: Samanthi Hewakapuge
Advancing the progress of medicine and improving access to consumer health and public health information.

Northern Micrographics — Booth 50                    WLA Member
2004 Kramer Street
La Crosse, WI 54603
608.781.3883 (fax)
Representatives: Tom Ringdahl, Carol Berteotti, Scott Pechacek, Renee Jordan, Colleen Lubinsky
Northern Micrographics offers digitizing, microfilming, printing and binding. We can also help you get your collections online with NDLSWeb and PhotoAtlas. 

Organic Arts — Booth 1
P. O. Box 070646
Milwaukee, WI 53207-0646
Representatives: David HB Drake, Jean-Andrew, Michael Drake, Wildflower, Sky Schultz
Organic Arts is a collection of performing artists providing music, storytelling and natural history events to library, school, senior, community and family organizations.

OverDrive — Booth 45
8555 Sweet Valley Drive, Suite N
Cleveland, OH 44125
216.573.6888 (fax)
Representative: Marla Levine
Create your Virtual Branch! Overdrive® enables you to offer bestselling audiobooks, eBooks, music and video--online 24/7--from your library's website.

Penworthy Company, The* — Booth 41           WLA Member
219 North Milwaukee Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414.287.4602 (fax)
Representatives: Will De Buer, Karla Wustner
Penworthy Prebound Books are popular, high-circulation titles bound to endure heavy use. We offer immediate, free shipping and provide personal service you can trust.

Polaris Library Systems — Booth 16 
103 Commerce Blvd.
Liverpool, NY 13088
315.457.5883 (fax) 
Representative:  Patty Wanninger
Polaris Library Systems is dedicated to helping libraries leverage library technology to better serve their communities. 

ProQuest — Booth 7
789 East Eisenhower Parkway
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
734.997.4224 (fax)
Representative: Mike Peters, Jason Martinez 
ProQuest connects people with vetted, reliable information. Key to serious research, the company has forged a 70-year reputation as a gateway to the world's knowledge - from dissertations to governmental and cultural archives to news, in all its forms. 

Quality Books Inc.* — Booth 51                    WLA Member
1003 West Pines Road
Oregon, IL 61061
815.732.4499 (fax) 
Representatives:  Rob Zimmers, Matthew Kopyar
Quality Books Inc. specializes in distributing small press print and non-print materials to libraries.  We offer approval, annotation, standing order plans and shelf-ready library processing.

Recorded Books — Booth 30
270 Skipjack Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
410.414.2576 (fax)
Representatives: Brad Gray, Craig Mears
Recorded Books offers unabridged audiobooks, language-learning products, films and other audio and digital products for public and university libraries. Thousands of titles are available for all audiences.

Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning — Booth 13
Department of Public Instruction
2109 South Stoughton Road
Madison, WI 53716
608.224.6178 (fax)
Representatives: Martha Berninger, Christine Barth, Kara Ripley, David McHugh, Elizabeth Neuman
Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning offer Wisconsin libraries and patrons the BadgerLink full-text databases, WISCAT Resource Sharing System and Wisconsin Digital Archive. 

RTI - ECO CD/DVD Repair Machines — Booth 8
4700 Chase Avenue
Lincolnwood, IL 60712
847.677.1311 (fax)
Representative: Scott Jahnke
RTI ECO professional industrial products are precision computer controlled machines that automatically perform maintenance through deep scratch repairs on CDs, DVDs, Blu-Ray and Books-on-Disc.

Scholastic Library Publishing — Booth 15
3668 Canary Way
Eagan, MN 55123
651.683.9105 (fax)
Representative: Gabe Flynn
Scholastic's award-winning print and digital products: Children's Press, Rookie Readers, True Books, Grolier Online, True Flix, Freedom Flix and more!

Sebco Books — Booth 61
2001 SW 31st Avenue
Pembroke Park, FL 33009
954.987.2200 (fax)
Representatives: Larry Case, Jeff Pelant
Sebco Books is a distributor of eBooks for pre-K through adult.

SirsiDynix — Booth 10
400 West Dynix Drive
Provo, UT 84604
801.223.5202 (fax)
Representative: Jim Schwieters
The world's leading provider of library technology solutions, connecting people with information and resources at 20,000 academic, public, government and corporate facilities worldwide.

Tech Logic — Booth 9
1818 Buerkle Road
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Representative: Steve Day
Tech Logic offers every component necessary for sophisticated Automated sorting Technologies (AST) systems, self check-in/check-out systems, and RFID and barcode-based systems.

UW-Madison School of Library & Information Studies* — Career Center              WLA Member
600 North Park Street
Madison, WI 53706
608.263.4849 (fax)
Representatives: Tanya Cobb, Meredith Lowe, Anna Palmer, Omar Poler, Deb Shapiro, Allison Kaplan, Amjali Bhasin
The UW-Madison School of Library & Information Studies offers rigorous and current programming for future and current LIS professionals through its online masters, on-campus masters, PhD degree and its continuing education programs.

UW-Milwaukee School of Information Studies* — Career Center    WLA Member
P.O. Box 413 
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
414.229.6699 (fax)
Representatives: Dr. Wooseob Jeong, Jessica Hutchings, Sharon Lake, Jim Schultz, Hayley Johnson, Dr. Thomas Walker
Through leading international faculty, undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degree programs, and international partnerships spanning the globe, SOIS prepares students for success in our information world.

University of Wisconsin Press* — Booth 49
1930 Monroe Street, 3rd Floor
Madison, WI 53711-2059
608.263.1132 (fax)
Representative: Andrea Christofferson
Publisher and distributor of regional, scholarly and general interest books.

Upstart* — Booth 27 
P.O. Box 7820
Madison, WI 53707-7820
800.835.2329 (fax)
Representatives: Heidi Green, Matt Mulder
Upstart reading promotions include posters, bookmarks and incentives to get kids excited about reading.

Wisconsin Historical Society Library-Archives — Booth 2
816 State Street
Madison, WI 53706
608.264.6486 (fax)
Representatives: Gail Ranallo, Marian Viney
WHS Library-Archives provides access to a vast North American history collection. Items readily available outside of Madison include 12,000 digital or microfilm newspaper titles, 75,000 images and millions of genealogical records.

Wisconsin Historical Society Press — Booths 3
816 State Street
Madison, WI 53706
608.264.6486 (fax)
Representatives: Kathy Borkowski, Kristin Gilpatrick
By collecting, preserving and sharing our stories, we help people connect to the past by publishing the best in Wisconsin history and culture.

Wisconsin Library Services (WiLS)* — Booth 19        WLA Member
728 State Street, Room 464
Madison, WI 53706
608.262.6067 (fax)
Representatives: Tom Zillner, Allen Wenzel, Shirley Schenning
WiLS is a member-based, nonprofit organization, facilitating resource sharing, training, technical workflow analysis and cooperative activities relating to the changing nature of information technology.

Wisconsin Public Television — Booth 64
975 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706
608.265.5039 (fax)
Representative: Lynne Blinkenberg, Leigh Schmidt
Reel-to-Real provides tools for screenings and discussions featuring PBS films, bridging the gap between viewing a film and creating community dialogue and action.

Wisconsin Talking Book and Blind Library (WTBBL) — Booth 24
813 West Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414.286.3102 (fax)
Representatives:  Linda Vincent, Roxanne Staveness
WTBBL is a free service that provides audio books and listening equipment to Wisconsin residents who for any physical reason cannot read standard print.

Wisconsin Women Library Workers — Booths 6         WLA Member
P.O. Box 1425
Madison, WI 53701-1425
Representative: Maureen Welch
Wisconsin Women Library Workers is a feminist organization committed to improving the status of women in the library field. Come see this year's quilt. 

Woodland Pattern Book Center* — Booths 52/53
720 East Locust Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
414.372.7636 (fax)
Representatives: Anne Kingsbury, Carolyn Elmer, Karl Gartung, Chuck Stebelton
Woodland Pattern is a nonprofit Literary Arts Center, which specializes in contemporary literature with special emphasis on poetry, small press and cross-cultural titles.

World Book, Inc. — Booth 65
233 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2000
Chicago, IL 60601
888.922.3766 (fax)
Representative: Mike Kane, Sharon Kane
World Book, Inc.'s classroom and library publications feature the World Book Web digital PK-12 educational and reference products, The World Book Encyclopedia and PK-Intermediate nonfiction series in early skills, social studies and sciences.

Yerges Moving and Storage — Booth 70
P.O. Box 339
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0339
Representative: Kevin Becker
Commercial movers with extensive experience in library relocations and remodeling projects. Also moving of medical equipment and household furniture. Onsite storage available.

*Thanks to those exhibitors for joining us in the Exhibit Hall every year for at least the last ten years.

Wisconsin Library Association
4610 S Biltmore Lane, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53718-2153
608.245.3646 (fax)
        Career Fair — La Crosse Center South Hall A Exhibits
        Consultants Table — Booth 35
        Wisconsin Small Libraries Section — Booth 12
        Youth Services Section with CCBC — Booths 4/5

Wisconsin Library Association Foundation
4610 S Biltmore Lane, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53718-2153
608.245.3646 (fax)
        Fundraiser — Pump House Regional Arts Center, La Crosse
        Silent Auction — La Crosse Center South Hall A
        Wisconsin Library Heritage Center — Booth 26