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The Nashville Chamber can work with your company to create a strategic partnership that will allow you to reach your target prospects. Each sponsorship can be altered to fit the needs of your …

The Nashville Chamber can work with your company to create a strategic partnership that will allow you to reach your target prospects. Each sponsorship can be altered to fit the needs of your marketing strategy. Let\'s brainstorm together!

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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. Promise to Members
    • At the Chamber, you:
    • Belong , collaborating with others; energized by common drive and passion .
    • Engage , sharing a vision for the future and sharing the collective influence to make it happen.
    • Lead , impacting our region, transforming our future.
    • Prosper , realizing opportunities that grow your business and enrich our communities.
  • 4. Mission Statement
    • We facilitate community leadership to create economic prosperity.
  • 5. 12 @ 12 Associate Partnership (4)
    • What
    • 12 @12 is a mentoring lunch that was specifically designed to give small business owners a seat at the table with some of the area’s top leaders. It is a causal lunch format that creates a small group setting for small business executives to network with other area business leaders, giving participants a unique opportunity to ask successful business owners questions about issues they face in their own organizations.
    • Who
    • Experienced CEOs and Small Business Owners
    • Average Attendance: 41
    • When
    • January, March, May, October
  • 6. 12 @ 12 Associate Partnership (4)
    • Category exclusivity
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo on event program/agenda card
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table at each event
    • Sponsor mentioned during opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • Complimentary registration for two (2) guests to each event
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $19,197
    • NET INVESTMENT: $5,000
  • 7. AM/PM Business Connection (6) Associate Sponsor
    • What
    • AM/PM Business Connection offers “speed networking” – the ability to reach many people in a short amount of time. The program presents an opportunity for business owners to polish their presentation and marketing skills while expanding their contacts.
    • Seated in rounds of seven, each participant has two minutes to deliver the message of his or her company. After the last person at the table has spoken, everyone will rotate to another table and have a chance to talk to six new people. The goal is for each person to talk with everyone in the room with as few repetitions as possible.
    • Who
    • Small Business Owners and New Member Businesses
    • Average Attendance: 49
    • When
    • Every other month, January – November, alternating AM and PM events
  • 8. AM/PM Business Connection (6) Associate Sponsor
    • Category exclusivity
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo in the Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Logo on program/agenda card
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Ability to provide a door prize at each event
    • Sponsor mentioned during opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Recognition in the event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Complimentary registration for one (1) individual for each event
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $14,082
    • NET INVESTMENT $5,000
  • 9. Annual Celebration Associate Sponsor
    • What:
    • The Chamber's yearly celebration event highlighting outstanding volunteers with the "Spirit of the Chamber" Awards, and outlining the vision for the coming year.
    • Who:
    • CEOs, Top Management and General Membership
    • Average attendance: 600
    • When:
    • Held annually in September/October
  • 10. Annual Celebration Associate Sponsor
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Logo and link on event calendar page
    • Logo on two (2) event emails with 1,300 readership each
    • Logo on 6,000 event invitations
    • Logo on program/agenda card
    • Logo in the Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Opportunity to display a banner and distribute marketing/promotional materials at the event
    • Sponsor mention in opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Logo placement on all event signage
    • Recognition in the event listing on the plasma screen television in the Chamber lobby
    • Reserved table for ten (10) guests at event
    • Invitation for pre-event reception for ten (10) guests
    • Access to registrant database for Annual Celebration event
    • First opportunity to renew in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $18,575
    • NET INVESTMENT: $5,000
  • 11. Area Business Councils (10) Associate Sponsor
    • What
    • An Area Business Council is comprised of Chamber members and located in a specific geographical area, which provides a channel for its members to be involved in solving problems, discussing issues, and implementing special projects and events for the benefit of the area being served. Areas covered include: South, West, East and North.
    • Who
    • General Membership targeted geographically
    • Average Attendance: 40
    • When
    • Year Round
  • 12. Area Business Councils (10) Associate Sponsor
    • Category exclusivity
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page (Let’s Do Lunch and ArtWorks)
    • Logo and link on event calendar page (ArtWorks)
    • Logo and link on Area Business Councils web page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo and link on six (6) Area Business Council e-newsletters
    • Logo on event program/agenda card
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table at each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Opportunity to provide/promote door prize
    • Sponsor mentioned in opening and closing remarks at each event
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • Complimentary registration for two (2) guests at each event
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $15,338
    • NET INVESTMENT: $5,000
  • 13. Business Growth Series (6) Associate Sponsor
    • What
    • The Business Growth Series provides an opportunity to learn about the factors that influence successful small businesses, both now and in the future. This “Ask the Expert” series of hands-on, interactive workshops provide affordable training for small business owners, CEOs and senior-level staff.
    • Participants will be able to network with other business leaders in small group settings, learn from experts in various fields, and walk away with user-friendly tools, handouts and techniques to implement immediately. These sessions are geared for all small businesses in various stages of growth, and will provide the opportunity to share and learn from others in the community.
    • Who
    • Small Business Owners
    • Average Attendance: 25
    • When
    • Every other month, January - November
  • 14. Business Growth Series (6) Associate Sponsor
    • Category exclusivity
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo on event program/agenda card
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table at each event
    • Sponsor mentioned during opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • Complimentary registration for three (3) guests to each event
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $14,372
    • NET INVESTMENT: $3,000
  • 15. Business Outlook Summit Associate Sponsor
    • What:
    • This event focuses attention on key business and economic trends for Nashville-area businesses – by sector, size and type. Insights for the year ahead are given.
    • Who:
    • CEOs, Top Management and General Membership
    • Average attendance: 300
    • When:
    • January 2010
  • 16. Business Outlook Summit Associate Sponsor
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Inclusion in all print advertising for event
    • Logo and link on event calendar page
    • Logo and link on event emails (1,300 readership each)
    • Logo on 6,000 event invitations
    • Logo on program/agenda card
    • Logo in the Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Sponsor mention in opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Logo placement on all event signage
    • Recognition in event listing on the plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • Reserved table for five (5) guests at event
    • Invitation for pre-event reception for five (5) guests
    • Access to registrant database for event
    • First opportunity to renew in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $18,373
    • NET INVESTMENT: $7,500
  • 17. CEO Speaker Series (3) Associate Sponsor
    • What:
    • Quarterly luncheons featuring keynotes from experienced CEOs sharing stories of best practices and lessons learned.
    • Who:
    • CEOs, Top Management and General Membership
    • Average attendance: 350
    • When:
    • February, April and June
  • 18. CEO Speaker Series (3) Associate Sponsor
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page
    • Logo and link on each event email (1,300 readership)
    • Logo on 18,000 event invitations (6,000 mailed for each event)
    • Logo on program/agenda card
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Sponsor mention in opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Logo placement on all event signage
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • Reserved table for ten (10) guests at each event
    • Invitation for pre-event reception for ten (10) guests
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • First opportunity to renew in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $26,986
    • NET INVESTMENT:$10,000
  • 19. Education Advocate (5) Associate Sponsor
    • Program elements and target audiences are:
    • Mayor’s Briefing on Public Education -  As a new school year opens in August, the Mayor provides an update on the status of our public schools and his vision for improving public education to the business community.   Event to be marketed to an audience of business leaders, upper-level officials for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, MNPS Board of Education members, Metropolitan Government leaders, and members of the media (estimated attendance: 100).
    •    Celebrating Nashville’s Public Schools – Annual Academic Performance Awards- held each fall to celebrate schools that have achieved good standing under the state accountability requirements and those schools that are making extraordinary gains in student learning. Event to be marketed to an audience of Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools’ principals, MNPS Board of Education members, Metropolitan Government leaders, business leaders and members of the media (estimated attendance: 350).
    • Report Card on Education Event- held annually (January 2010).   This event is a platform for the official release of the annual Report Card on Metro Schools by the Chamber's Education Report Card Committee, a diverse group of business and community leaders. Event to be marketed to an audience of education stakeholders, upper-level officials for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, MNPS Board of Education members, Metropolitan Government leaders, business leaders and members of the media (estimated attendance: 150).
    • Education Speaker Series (2 breakfast events) – held two times per year to present innovative ideas and initiative in education reform – proposed topics to include incentive-based teacher pay and alternative ideas in school governance.  Event to be marketed to an audience of business leaders, upper-level officials for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, community educators at all levels, and Metropolitan Government leaders (estimated attendance: 150).
  • 20. Education Advocate (5) Associate Sponsor
    • Category exclusivity and designation
    • Logo and link on event calendar web page for each event
    • Mention in metro area press release
    • Logo and link on each event email (1,300 readership)
    • Logo on invitation to three (3) events (12,200 invitations)
    • Logo on program/agenda card for each event
    • Logo on ROI , Chamber’s quarterly membership newsletter
    • Sponsor mentioned in opening and closing remarks at each event
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Opportunity to provide/ promote a door prize at each event
    • Logo on event signage at each event
    • Event listing on plasma screen in Chamber lobby, will run 30 days prior to each of the five (5) events
    • One(1) reserved table for ten (10) at two (2) events
    • Access to database of registrants for each event
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • TOTAL VALUE OF ASSETS: $46,389
    • NET INVESTMENT: $10,000
  • 21. Future 50 Awards Associate Sponsor
    • What:
    • One of the Nashville region’s premier recognition events, celebrating the successes of more than 800 companies since 1992. The Future 50 program identifies and celebrates the 50 fastest-growing, privately held companies headquartered in the Nashville area.
    • Who:
    • Small Business Owners, Managers, Suppliers and Small Business Customers
    • Average Attendance: 800
    • When:
    • Nominations: May
    • Awards Dinner: September 16
  • 22. Future 50 Awards Associate Sponsor
    • Category exclusivity
    • Inclusion in all Tennessean ads: call for nominations, awards dinner and sponsor thanks in special section
    • Logo and link on each event calendar web page
    • Logo and link on Future 50 Awards web page
    • Logo and link on each event email (1,300 readership)
    • Logo on 6,000 awards dinner invitations
    • Logo on event program/agenda card
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Sponsor mentioned in opening/closing remarks
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at event
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Reserved table for ten (10) guests at the awards dinner
    • Invitation to pre-event reception for sponsor and guests
    • Access to registrant database for event
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $22,842
    • NET INVESTMENT: $10,000
  • 23. HR Building Blocks (4) Supporting Sponsor
    • What:
    • This four-par annual series highlights topics for human resources professionals and small business owners. Each program focuses on a specific issue of importance to improving human resources practices and Nashville-area businesses.
    • Who:
    • Small Business Owners, Human Resources Managers
    • Average attendance: 75-100 per session
    • When:
    • January, March, May and November.
  • 24. HR Building Blocks (4) Supporting Sponsor
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Logo and link on event calendar page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo included in the Chamber’s ROI quarterly newsletter
    • Logo on program/agenda card
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Sponsor mentioned during opening and closing remarks of each evenT
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Complimentary workshop registration for three (3) at each event
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • Recognition in the event listing on the plasma screen television in the Chamber lobby
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $3,175
    • NET INVESTMENT: $1,000
  • 25. International Business Advocate Associate Level Sponsor (8)
    • What:
    • The International Business Council (IBC) promotes economic growth in Middle Tennessee by working with local and international companies engaged in international business. IBC organizes programs and events providing opportunities for education and discussion surrounding issues relevant to the international business community through the IBC luncheon series, China Business Group breakfast series and other incremental international events.
    • Who:
    • CEOs and Top Management
    • Average attendance: 50-75
    • When:
    • 8 times per year
  • 26. International Business Advocate Associate Level Sponsor (8)
    • Logo and link on the IBC website page
    • Logo and link on event calendar page for each event
    • Special feature on IBC website page
    • Logo and link on programs and events web page
    • Logo on each program/agenda card
    • Logo on event signage at each event
    • Opportunity to set up exhibit table and distribute marketing/promotional materials at each event
    • Recognition on plasma screen in the Chamber lobby for each event
    • Four (4) complimentary registrations for each breakfast and lunch series
    • Access to registrant database after each event
    • Recognition at the 2009 Annual Celebration
    • First right to renew in 2010
    • TOTAL VALUE OF ASSETS: $15,485
    • NET INVESTMENT: $6,000
  • 27. Leadership Study Mission Associate Sponsor
    • What:
    • A launch pad for tackling issues facing the Middle Tennessee community and business leaders in the near- and long-term by traveling as a group to another U.S. city to examine best practices and lessons learned.
    • Who:
    • Community, Business and Political Leaders
    • Average attendance: 125
    • When:
    • April 26-28 Denver, Colorado
  • 28. Leadership Study Mission Associate Sponsor
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Logo and link on each event email
    • Logo on invitation mailed to 1,000 members
    • Logo on pre-event reception invitation
    • Logo on delegate briefing materials, program and agenda cards
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Sponsor mention in opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials
    • Logo placement on all event signage
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • Access to registrant database for Leadership Study Mission
    • First opportunity to renew in 2010
    • TOTAL VALUE OF ASSETS: $24,121
    • NET INVESTMENT: $5,000
  • 29. Legislative Luncheons (2) Associate Sponsor
    • What
    • Updates from key elected officials on issues at the forefront of business.
    • Who
    • Political Leaders, CEOs and General Membership
    • Average Attendance: 250
    • When
    • 2 times per year
  • 30. Legislative Luncheons (2) Associate Sponsor
    • Category exclusivity
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo on 12,000 invitations
    • Logo on event program/agenda card
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table at each event
    • Sponsor mentioned during opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • Reserved table for ten (10) guests at each event
    • Invitation for pre-event reception for ten (10) guests
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $17,914
    • NET INVESTMENT: 5,000
  • 31. Member Orientation Associate Sponsor (10)
    • What:
    • An opportunity to learn all about member benefits, including marketing opportunities, partnerships and advertising and the many ways to get engaged.
    • Who:
    • Small Business Owners and General Membership
    • Average attendance: 50
    • When:
    • Monthly, except July and December
  • 32. Member Orientation Associate Sponsor (10)
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Logo and link on event calendar page
    • Logo and link on event emails (1,300 readership each)
    • Logo on 6,000 event invitations
    • Logo on program/agenda card
    • Logo in the Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Sponsor mention in opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials
    • Recognition in the event listing on the plasma screen television in the Chamber lobby
    • Complimentary registration for two (2) at each event
    • Access to registrant database for event
    • First opportunity to renew in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $8,026
    • NET INVESTMENT: $2,500
  • 33. 2009 Emerging Leader Awards ‘Associate’ Sponsor
    • What:
    • The Nashville Emerging Leader Awards (NELAs) program is designed to salute and applaud Middle Tennessee’s young professionals under the age of 40 for significant accomplishments in their chosen professional field, as well as their commitment and contribution to the community. By celebrating achievement and excellence, the NELAs seek to recognize and honor Nashville-area young professionals. NELAs are given in 13 industry categories, and one Sage Award is given to someone who has displayed outstanding leadership toward the YP demographic
    • Who:
    • Emerging Leadership from the Under-40 Age Group
    • Average Attendance: 250
    • When:
    • March – May: Applications judged
    • Early June: Finalists announced
    • June 24: Meet the NELAs Finalists Networking Event
    • July 30: Third Annual NELAs Ceremony
  • 34. 2009 Emerging Leader Awards ‘Associate’ Sponsor
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Logo inclusion in all print advertising for the event
    • Logo and link on Chamber event calendar page
    • Logo on YPnashville.org page announcing NELAs finalists
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo on NELAs event invitation
    • Logo on event program
    • Inclusion in ROI , the Chamber’s quarterly publication(12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials
    • Mention in event opening and closing remarks
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Complimentary registration for five (5) to event
    • Access to registrant database for event
    • Recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First opportunity to renew in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $13,201
    • NET INVESTMENT: $5,000
  • 35. Networking 9s (4) Associate Sponsor
    • What
    • Networking golf outings consisting of nine holes of non-competitive play
    • designed to promote relationship building in an alternative setting
    • Who
    • General Membership
    • Average attendance: 30
    • When
    • April, May, September and October
  • 36. Networking 9s (4) Associate Sponsor
    • Category exclusivity
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo in the Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Ability to provide a door prize at each event
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Sponsor mentioned during opening remarks of each event
    • Recognition in the event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Complimentary registration for two (2) individuals for each event
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $11,808
    • NET INVESTMENT: $2,500
  • 37. Regional Business After Hours Associate Sponsor
    • What
    • The Chamber’s largest networking/exhibitor event, held in unique partnership with multiple (18) chambers of commerce across the region.
    • Who
    • General Membership
    • Average Attendance: 1,300 people and 200 exhibits
    • When
    • November 2009
  • 38. Regional Business After Hours Associate Sponsor
    • Logo and link on event calendar page
    • Logo and link in multiple Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo on event program
    • Logo on event invitation (17,000)
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to set up an exhibit in the sponsor red carpet exhibit space (10’ x 20’)
    • Opportunity to hang a banner at event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Opportunity to provide/promote door prize
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Access to registrant database for event
    • Complimentary registration for fifteen (15) guests
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $14,972
    • NET INVESTMENT: $3,000
  • 39. Small Business Council Associate Partnership (6)
    • What
    • The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce’s
    • Small Business Council champions the growth
    • and development of small business by providing
    • education resources, advocating for small
    • business in the region, and fostering business
    • development through relationships and networking.
    • Who
    • Small Business Owners
    • Average Attendance: 70
    • When
    • Every other month, February - December
  • 40. Small Business Council Associate Partnership (6)
    • Category exclusivity
    • Logo and link on each event calendar page
    • Logo and link in Chamber-wide broadcast emails
    • Logo and link on Small Business web page
    • Logo on event program/agenda card
    • Logo in Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table at each event
    • Sponsor mentioned during opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Logo inclusion on all event signage
    • Access to registrant database for each event
    • Recognition in event listing on plasma screen television in Chamber lobby
    • Sponsor recognition at Chamber-wide ‘Annual Celebration’ event in September 2009
    • First right of renewal in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $14,701
    • NET INVESTMENT: $4,000
  • 41. Young Professionals Package Associate Sponsor (5)
    • What:
    • YP Nashville is a partnership of young professional organizations working to engage, connect and empower young professionals to actively shape the future of the Nashville region. The goal of YP Nashville is to connect young professionals to diverse opportunities for networking, professional development and community involvement.
    • Who:
    • Emerging Leadership from the Under 40 Age Group
    • Average attendance: 50 - 250
    • When:
    • 5 times a year
  • 42. Young Professionals Package Associate Sponsor (5)
    • Industry exclusivity and designation
    • Logo and link on event calendar page
    • Logo and link on event emails (1,300 readership each)
    • Logo on 6,000 event invitations
    • Logo on program/agenda card for each event
    • Logo in the Chamber’s ROI quarterly publication (12,000 readership)
    • Ability to provide a banner and/or exhibit table
    • Opportunity to distribute marketing materials at each event
    • Sponsor mention in opening and closing remarks of each event
    • Logo placement on all event signage
    • Recognition in the event listing on the plasma screen television in the Chamber lobby
    • Complimentary registration for 6 people at YP Day, 2 people for YP Educational Program, 2 for each YP Networking and 5 people at NELAs
    • Access to registrant database for Annual Celebration event
    • First opportunity to renew in 2010
    • GRAND TOTAL OF ALL ASSETS: $42,630
    • NET INVESTMENT: $12,500
  • 43.
    • Kristy Barkley
    • Director, Sponsorship
    • Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
    • (615)743-3044
    • [email_address]