Event Sponsorship Opportunities

12th Annual Event
2017 Sponsorship Opportunities

Below are the available sponsorship opportunities. Please contact Chris Beaman, Outreach Coordinator, with any questions at (317) 833-4249 or chris.beaman@east10th.org.

Click here for a downloadable list of opportunities.

Event Title Sponsor ($3,000)

  • Logo recognition on event marketing materials including invitation and program, during event presentation, sponsor signage on podium at event, & link to sponsor’s homepage from East Tenth website
  • Admission for up to 16 guests (enough to fill 2 tables of 8 guests)
  • Verbal recognition during event
  • Large framed paintings by the children of East Tenth

Food & Beverage Sponsor ($2,000)

  • Logo recognition on event program and in event presentation, signage at event in area of sponsorship, & link to sponsor’s homepage from East Tenth website
  • Admission for up to 16 guests (enough to fill 2 tables of 8 guests)
  • Verbal recognition during event
  • Large framed paintings by the children of East Tenth

Registration & Volunteer Sponsor ($1,500)

  • Logo recognition on event program and in event presentation, signage at event in area of sponsorship, & link to sponsor’s homepage from East Tenth website
  • Admission for up to 8 guests (enough to fill 1 table of 8 guests)
  • Verbal recognition during event
  • Framed paintings by the children of East Tenth

Video Sponsor ($1,000)

  • Logo recognition on event program and in event presentation, logo inside video, & link to sponsor’s homepage from East Tenth website
  • Admission for up to 8 guests (enough to fill 1 table of 8 guests)
  • Verbal recognition during event
  • Framed paintings by the children of East Tenth

Table Sponsor ($500)

  • Logo recognition on event program and on attendee table
  • Admission for up to 8 guests (enough to fill 1 table of 8 guests)
  • Framed paintings by the children of East Tenth

Patron Sponsor ($250)

  • Logo recognition on event program
  • Admission for 2 guests
  • Framed paintings by the children of East Tenth