Sponsorship Opportunities

 


Sponsorship Levels

Up to $1,000 - Friends
∗Listed as friends in program and on website related materials
 

$5,000 - Supporters
*Listed as supporters in program and on website related materials
*Opportunity for employees to volunteer
 

$10,000 - Advocates
*Priority listing as advocates in program and on website related materials
*Listed as advocates in all press/media releases
*Opportunity for employees to volunteer
 

$25,000 - Benefactors
*Listing on banners as benefactors of the program
*Priority listing as benefactors in program and on website related materials
*Listed as priority benefactors in all press/media releases
*Opportunity for employees to volunteer
*Opportunity for company representative to participate in awards ceremony
 

$100,000 – Sole Title Sponsor
*Listing on banners as sponsors of the event
*Name and logo recognition on all TSHA produced T-Shirts and merchandise
*Priority listing as sponsor in program and on website related materials
reaching over 20,000 viewers
*Clickable banner graphic on online registration system reaching over  10,000 teachers, students and parents
*Listed as priority sponsor in all press/media releases
*Opportunity for employees to volunteer
*Opportunity for company representative to participate in awards ceremony

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