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Terms and Conditions •

Sponsorships/tables sold after this campaign will be sold at a higher price.

A 25% cancellation fee will be charged if contract is canceled for any reason.

Sponsorships will be invoiced 60-90 days prior to the event if possible and are due Net 30 or as invoiced. Some sponsorship fees are due and payable at the time of signed contract.

See completed signed contracts for any additional terms and conditions that may apply.

The Chamber reserves the right to modify a sponsor logo in regards to it being presented in color, black or white for inclusion on Chamber artwork.

Payment for all contracts must be received prior to event date or publicity for non-event contracts.

Disclaimer This ChamberON catalog is a living document and will be updated to reflect sponsorship opportunities that are purchased and/or as new sponsorship opportunities become available. Below, bottom right, is the date this catalog was most recently updated. As the catalog is updated, this date will change to reflect the most current version.

General Contacts Kristy Drake

Engagement Specialist / Program Manager kdrake@hsvchamber.org 256-535-2036

Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County 225 Church Street NW, Huntsville, AL 35801 www.hsvchamber.org Updated on February 15, 2017


Table of Contents 2017 Executive Committee / 2017 Board of Directors............................................................................................. 2 2017 ChamberON Volunteers................................................................................................................................... 4

Government & Public Affairs

Alabama Update.......................................................................................................................................... 5 State of the City Address featuring Mayor Battle........................................................................................ 6 State of the County Address featuring Chairman Strong............................................................................ 7 Washington Update featuring Congressman Brooks.................................................................................. 8 Redstone Update......................................................................................................................................... 9 Annual Outing ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Armed Forces Celebration Luncheon........................................................................................................ 11 Armed Forces Concert in the Park and Firework Show............................................................................ 12 Montgomery Trip ....................................................................................................................................... 13 Washington DC Trip................................................................................................................................... 14 American and Alabama Flag Display at Chamber Events......................................................................... 15 Space Launch System (SLS) Green Run Engine Test and Fabrication Tour.............................................. 16

Small Business & Events Annual Membership Meeting..................................................................................................................... 17 Best Places to Work® Awards ................................................................................................................... 18 Small Business Awards Celebration.......................................................................................................... 19 Holiday Open House.................................................................................................................................. 20 Networking................................................................................................................................................. 21 Professional Development Series.............................................................................................................. 22 SchmoozaPalooza Spring 2018................................................................................................................. 23 Women’s Business Council Roundtables - NEW ..................................................................................... 24

Marketing & Communications

2017 Annual Report - NEW...................................................................................................................... 25 Initiatives Magazine Sponsor..................................................................................................................... 26 Monday Mash-up....................................................................................................................................... 27 Dedicated eblasts...................................................................................................................................... 28 Member Connection eblast....................................................................................................................... 29 Community Information Package.............................................................................................................. 30 “CEO/Executive” Recruitment video......................................................................................................... 31 Digital Display Ads..................................................................................................................................... 32

Membership

Wine & Cheese with the President - NEW ................................................................................................ 33 Just the Facts - NEW................................................................................................................................. 34 The Chamber Factor.................................................................................................................................. 35 Ambassador Program ............................................................................................................................... 36 Emissary Program ..................................................................................................................................... 37 Member Presentation Premier Tote Bag Sponsor..................................................................................... 38

Economic Development & Workforce

A Smart Place Brochure - NEW................................................................................................................. 39 A Smart Place e-Newsletter - NEW .......................................................................................................... 40 State of the Schools ................................................................................................................................. 41 College & Career Fair................................................................................................................................. 42 A Smart Place Website - Recruitment Site................................................................................................ 43 A Smart Place Website - Company Profiles ............................................................................................. 44 The Idea Roundtable Series - NEW........................................................................................................... 45 CRP Amenities Map - NEW....................................................................................................................... 46 CRP Food Truck Fests - NEW .................................................................................................................. 47 Geek2Geek (Cummings Research Park After Hours) ............................................................................... 48 Sips and Sounds ....................................................................................................................................... 49 CRP Trolley Tech Tours.............................................................................................................................. 50 CRP e-Newsletter (CRP Connect)............................................................................................................. 51 CRP Dedicated eblasts.............................................................................................................................. 52

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Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County

2017 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Gary Bolton

Rose Allen

Ron Poteat

Cynthia Streams

Chair-Elect

Immediate Past Chair

Chamber Foundation Chair

Secretary/Treasurer

Kim Lewis

Kevin Byrnes

Tharon Honeycutt

Penny Billings

Greg Brown

Vice Chair – Economic Development & Industry Relations

Vice Chair – Government & Public Affairs

Vice Chair – Membership

Vice Chair – Workforce & Education

Vice Chair – Small Business & Events

Jeff Gronberg

Beth Sippel

Mark Curran

Tim Thornton

Frank Williams

Vice Chair – Marketing & Communications

Vice Chair – Member Engagement

Chair-Appointed

Chair-Appointed

Chair-Appointed

Tommy Battle

Paul Finley

Dale Strong

Tracy Marion

Chip Cherry, CCE

Ex-Officio Member

Ex-Officio Member

Ex-Officio Member

General Counsel

Joe Newberry

vice president, global marketing, ADTRAN, Inc.

president/chief executive officer Redstone Federal Credit Union

president, InterFuze Corporation

Board Chair

chief executive officer, PROJECTXYZ, Inc.

vice president & center executive, Raytheon Company

president, deciBel Research, Inc.

president/chief executive officer, First Commercial Bank

mayor, City of Huntsville

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mayor, City of Madison

president, MSB Analytics, Inc.

vice president, army programs/HSV operations, L3 Technologies, Inc.

chairman, Madison County Commission

north alabama area executive, Regions Bank

division president, BancorpSouth - Huntsville

president & ceo/owner, nLogic, LLC

attorney, Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne, P.C.

vice president/treasurer, Domino’s (Valley Pizza, Inc.)

CFO / Co-CEO, Brown Precision, Inc.

general manager, Landers McLarty Dodge Chrysler Jeep

president & chief executive officer, Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County


Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County 2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Mike Alvarez Venturi, Inc.

Bill Bailey

James Barclay

Michael Bertoldi

Janet Brown

Frank Caprio

Lynn Collyar

Deke Damson

Dr. Dorothy Davidson

Bryan Dodson

John Eagan

Joe Fehrenbach

Trip Ferguson

Gene Goldman

Mike Gullion

Jan Hess

Steve Hill

Dr. Pam Hudson

Hank Isenberg

Radiance Technologies, Inc.

Jerry Damson Honda Acura

David Fernandes Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc.

Leidos

Sean Kelly

Par Pharmaceutical,

an Endo International Company

SCI Technology, Inc.

Dynetics, Inc.

PROJECTXYZ, Inc.

PHOENIX

Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc.

Bob McCaleb

Northrop Grumman Corporation

Belk

BB&T

AEgis Technologies Group

Janice Migliore PALCO Telecom Service, Inc.

Bradley

Hexagon US Federal

Crestwood Medical Center

Craig Naudain SAIC

Deloitte LLP

IronMountain Solutions

Alana Parker

Rocket City Drywall & Supply, Inc.

Dr. Gurmej Sandhu

Charlie Sealy

E.J. Sinclair

Robert Smith

Nilmini Thompson

Lynn Troy

Ken Tucker

Mike Watkins

Danny Windham

Systems Products and Solutions, Inc.

Huntsville Hospital

Troy 7, Inc.

Sigmatech, Inc.

The Boeing Company

Sealy Management Company

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama

John Jordan KBRwyle

PNC Bank

Jeff Samz

Lockheed Martin Corporation

PARSONS

Leigh Pegues

Jim Rogers

Sirote & Permutt, PC

Michael Cox

U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Joe Ritch

Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.

Davidson Technologies, Inc.

Dr. David King

Regions Bank

Mike Randolph

S3, Inc.

SES – Science and Engineering Services, LLC

Sameer Singhal CFD Research Corporation

Digium, Inc.

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Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County

2017 ChamberON Volunteers

Tharon Honeycutt

Lisa Abbott

Katie Bosarge

Kevin Fernandez

Senior Vice President Cadence Bank 256-319-2501 (work) lisa.abbott@ cadencebank.com

President, MSB Analytics, Inc. Vice Chair - Membership

Public Relations Davidson Technologies, Inc. 256-489-0256 (work) katiebosarge@ davidson-tech.com

President/CEO Fernandez Financial Group 256-517-5962 (work) kefernandez@ ft.newyorklife.com

Camille Gardner

Clint Kirkland

Joe Knoch

Lee Lester

Leslie McGill

Michelle Omenski

Chris Russell

Tiffany Taylor, CPA, CGMA

John Webster

David Whitaker

Director, Corp. Business & Proposal Development AEgis Technologies Group 256-922-0802 (work) cgardner@aegistg.com

Broker Associate Keller Williams Realty 256-468-1527 (work) michelleomenski@ gmail.com

Sr. VP/Professional & Healthcare Banking, Progress Bank 256-319-3611 (work) ckirkland@ myprogressbank.com

Senior Vice President Cadence Bank 256-319-2502 (work) chris.russell@ cadencebank.com

Owner/President Air Essentials, Inc. 256-217-2273 (work) joe@airessentials.com

Manager II - Admin., Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure (Intergraph) 256-730-6001 (work) tiffany.taylor@ hexagonsi.com

Retired Banking Executive 256-539-6448 (work) 66pony@comcast.net

District Manager, Alabama Region Automatic Data Processing 256-324-7295 (work) john.webster@adp.com

For more information, contact: Kristy Drake

Engagement Specialist/Program Manager Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County 256-535-2036 kdrake@hsvchamber.org

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Retail Market Manager First Commercial Bank 256-551-3399 (work) lesliemcgill@fcb-hsv.com

Division Director (Logistics & Info Tech) CALIBRE Systems, Inc. 256-217-1647 (work) david.whitaker@ calibresys.com


Government & Public Affairs

Alabama Update 2018 This annual event provides leaders in state government with an opportunity to update the Huntsville/Madison County business community on critical state business issues. The 2018 Update will come during an election year, and we plan to use this occasion to address progress on the issues that impact our region and provide an outlook for the year ahead. Through this update, the Chamber facilitates communication between the leaders in State Government and regional businesses. Approximately 800 Chamber members attend this event.

POC: Mike Ward, mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030 Please note – the date of this event is dependent upon the Governor’s schedule. ** Two of the eight seats at Platinum sponsored tables will be filled by local dignitaries or past Chamber chairs. Seat assignment will be at the sole decision of the Chamber.

Sponsorship

Platinum

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$5,000

$3,000

$2,500

$1,750

$1,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 4

Limited to 8

Limited to 20

Limited to 30

8

6

4

2

1

Number of tables seating eight (8) **

2 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location) **

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

Recognition in event program

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblast

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (2)

4 (1)

4 (1)

Number of sponsors Number of attendees at event reception with speaker

Reserved parking space at event

SOLD

Presenting

Campaign Sponsorship Price

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Reserved Table $450 - 30 available •

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Government & Public Affairs

State of the City Address featuring Mayor Battle Fall 2017 The Chamber of Commerce is delighted to provide the Mayor of the City of Huntsville a forum to present the State of the City Address to our community. Mayor Battle uses this opportunity to highlight the city’s progress in economic development and present his “annual report” to the citizens of Huntsville, highlighting the challenges from the past year and his outlook for the year ahead. The event is well attended with more than 1,000 representatives from business, government and nonprofit organizations attending.

POC: Mike Ward, mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030 Please note – the date of this event is dependent upon the Mayor’s schedule. ** Two of the eight seats at Platinum sponsored tables will be filled by local dignitaries or past Chamber chairs. Seat assignment will be at the sole decision of the Chamber.

Sponsorship

Platinum

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$5,000

$3,000

$2,500

$1,750

$1,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 4

Limited to 8

Limited to 20

Limited to 30

8

6

4

2

1

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location) **

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblast

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (2)

4 (1)

4 (1)

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Number of attendees at event reception with speaker Number of tables seating eight (8) Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition in event program

Reserved parking space at event

SOLD

Presenting

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Reserved Table $450 - 30 available •

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 6


Government & Public Affairs

State of the County Address featuring Chairman Strong 2018 This annual event provides Chairman Strong with an opportunity to update the business community on critical issues facing our county. His address will include his views on the past year’s progress on the issues that impact our region and his outlook for the year ahead.

POC: Mike Ward, mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030 Please note – the date of this event is dependent upon the Chairman’s schedule. ** Two of the eight seats at Platinum sponsored tables will be filled by local dignitaries or past Chamber chairs. Seat assignment will be at the sole decision of the Chamber.

Sponsorship

Platinum

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$5,000

$3,000

$2,500

$1,750

$1,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 4

Limited to 8

Limited to 20

Limited to 30

8

6

4

2

1

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location) **

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (2)

4 (1)

4 (1)

Number of sponsors Number of attendees at event reception with speaker Number of tables seating eight (8) Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition in event program

Reserved parking space at event

SOLD

Presenting

Campaign Sponsorship Price

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Reserved Table $450 - 30 available •

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Government & Public Affairs

Washington Update featuring Congressman Brooks 2018 This annual event provides Congressman Brooks with an opportunity to update the business community on critical issues facing our community. His address will typically include his views on the past year’s progress on issues which impact our region, and his outlook for the year ahead. Through this update program, the Chamber facilitates communication between the Congressman and regional businesses. Approximately 800 Chamber members attend this event.

POC: Mike Ward, mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030 Please note – the date of this event is dependent upon the Congressman’s schedule. ** Two of the eight seats at Platinum sponsored tables will be filled by local dignitaries or past Chamber chairs. Seat assignment will be at the sole decision of the Chamber.

Sponsorship

Platinum

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$5,000

$3,000

$2,500

$1,750

$1,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 4

Limited to 8

Limited to 20

Limited to 30

8

6

4

2

1

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location) **

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (2)

4 (1)

4 (1)

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Number of attendees at event reception with speaker Number of tables seating eight (8) Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition in event program

Reserved parking space at event

SOLD

Presenting

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Reserved Table $450 - 30 available •

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 8


Government & Public Affairs

Redstone Update 2017 Redstone Arsenal is the economic engine that powers roughly half of the Huntsville metro economy. For those of us who don’t work there, Redstone can be confusing with all of the acronyms, oddly named military commands and other lesserknown federal agencies. Those who are familiar with the Arsenal have few opportunities to learn about many of the other activities that lie outside their immediate area of responsibility. Redstone is the nation’s nerve center for Army materiel management and a leading center for federal research and development. Redstone is the center of gravity for the Missile Defense Agency and the home of the Army’s aviation, missile, and missile defense programs and commands. It also serves as NASA’s nerve center for development of space exploration systems and space science. Significant FBI and ATF explosives research labs and test ranges are also located on Redstone Arsenal. Commands and Agencies located on Redstone are responsible for the efficient management of well over $50 billion in federal spending.

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price

The Chamber will host a half day “Redstone Update” seminar and a luncheon in the last quarter of 2017 to featuring presentations from Redstone’s diverse tenants to provide information concerning where these commands and the installation are headed in the future.

POC: Mike Ward mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030

Presenting

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$2,500

$1,750

$1,000

Limited to 5

Limited to 15

Limited to 20

16

8

6

4

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (2)

4 (1)

Number of attendees for Redstone Update Briefings Number of tables seating eight (8) Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition in event program

Reserved parking space at event

SOLD

$5,000 Limited to 1

Number of sponsors

Presenting sponsor plaque

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Reserved Table $450 - 30 available •

Table seating eight (8)

Two (2) attendees for Redstone Update Briefings

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Government & Public Affairs

Annual Outing September 2017 Join us for this annual event celebrating our partnerships with the space, defense and homeland security agencies doing business on Redstone. Spend the evening on the banks of the Tennessee River and enjoy a delicious buffet of fresh Gulf seafood, an open bar and live music! Historically more than 300 government agency leaders and our community’s top business and elected leaders attend this event.

POC: Mike Ward mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030 * Companies purchasing only individual tickets will be limited to a maximum of four (4) tickets to the event.

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Number of tickets to event

Recognition on event registration page Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts Recognition on stadium cup Reserved parking space at event

Fireworks Sponsor

Gold

Silver

$4,000

$3,000

$2,500

$1,750

Limited to 1

Limited to 1

Limited to 10

Limited to 20

10

8

6

4

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold Name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold Name)

4 (Name)

4 (2)

4 (1)

SOLD

Recognition on napkin

Presenting

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Logo recognition on event banner

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 10


Government & Public Affairs

Armed Forces Celebration Luncheon June 2017 To help the community celebrate the role that Redstone Arsenal plays in the defense of our nation and the economic impact that it has on our region, the Chamber is pleased to host a week-long Armed Forces Celebration. The luncheon is the signature event for the Celebration. Today Redstone is the home for the Army’s Materiel Command and serves as the nation’s nerve center for our Army aviation, missile, missile defense, and space exploration programs. In 2017 the community will celebrate Redstone’s 76th anniversary and its impact in our region during our Annual Armed Forces Celebration week – set for June 25 – July 1, 2017. Please join us for a very special celebration of Redstone Arsenal and its leadership. POC: Mike Ward, mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030 * Please note: Two of the eight seats at all sponsored tables will be filled by military or Army civilian guests as we honor our Armed Forces family.

Number of sponsors Number of attendees at VIP reception Number of tables ** Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition in event program

Presenting

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$5,000

$3,000

$2,000

$1,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 10

Limited to 20

Limited to 30

8

4

2

1

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

1

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

SOLD

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (1/2 page)

4 (1/4 page)

4 (2)

4 (1)

Black and white ad in event program Reserved parking space at event Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Reserved Table $500 - 30 available •

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Government & Public Affairs

Armed Forces Concert in the Park and Firework Show June 2017 The Huntsville/Madison County Armed Forces Celebration is a week-long series of events demonstrating our community support for those serving our nation in the military. Celebration events include a concert and static displays, award ceremonies, and many special opportunities for the community to show its appreciation to our Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard. Over the years the event has grown to include a special militarythemed “Concert in the Park and Fireworks Show,� the Armed Forces Celebration Luncheon and other events. POC: Mike Ward mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030

Sponsorship Number of sponsors Recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event Recognition in the dedicated eblasts Recognition on hand fan - 2,000 distributed in the park Recognition in script at Concert in the Park

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 12

Presenting

Gold

$3,000

$1,500

Limited to 1

Limited to 3

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4

4

SOLD

Campaign Sponsorship Price


Government & Public Affairs

Montgomery Trip 2018 The Chamber’s annual trip to the Alabama Capitol provides an opportunity to meet with key leaders in state government and to remind them of the critical role they play in our success as a region. Past trips have included meetings with members of the Governor’s Cabinet and the leadership of the Alabama Legislature. Local businesses and elected leaders who participate find it an excellent opportunity to network with other community leaders and familiarize themselves with Montgomery and our critical state issues. The Montgomery Trip will be an overnight stay.

POC: Mike Ward mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$3,000

$2,000

$1,200

Limited to 1

Limited to 5

Limited to 10

6

4

2

4 (Logo with company description)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

Recognition on pop-up banner

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on table topper and sponsor PowerPoint loop used during the event

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

Recognition from script

4 (As Presenting Sponsor)

4 (As Gold Sponsor)

4 (As Silver Sponsor)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Number of complimentary trip registrations included (includes bus transportation) Recognition in trip booklet

Representative at the head table when applicable

4

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Government & Public Affairs

Washington DC Trip 2018 The Chamber’s Washington DC Trip provides an opportunity for the region’s movers and shakers to meet with our Congressional Delegation and key federal agency leaders to advance the critical issues included in our Federal Agenda. The trip is recognized as one of the most successful Chamber-hosted DC “fly-ins” in the nation. Our itinerary includes two days of meetings, briefings, lunches, and receptions with members of the Senate and U.S. House of Representatives, NASA, military leaders, and other federal leaders impacting our region. More than 150 of North Alabama’s most successful business and elected leaders participated in the previous trip.

POC: Mike Ward mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$10,000

$5,000

$3,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 8

Limited to 10

Number of trip registrations included

3

2

1

Number of invitations for the congressional reception to distribute to their special corporate guests or other officials

10

5

2

Recognition from the podium at all events

4

4

4

4 (Logo with company description)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

SOLD

Sponsorship

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Full page)

4 (Half page)

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Recognition in trip booklet Recognition on event PowerPoint presentation

Recognition on table topper Recognition on itinerary trifold Black and white ad in trip booklet Recognition on pop-up banner

4 (Logo)

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 14


Government & Public Affairs

American and Alabama Flag Display at Chamber Events August 2017 – July 2018 Sponsor the Chamber’s huge American and Alabama flags for 2017-18! These flags will hang at many Chamber-sponsored events such as the Washington, Alabama and Local Updates and at the Armed Forces Celebration Luncheon. Your sponsorship of these flags as a patriotic backdrop for these events will be noted in both printed and electronic programs during each event. This is an effective and positive statement of your organization’s support of our community and its many partners (such as Redstone Arsenal and the Marshall Space Flight Center) and will reach a large and varied audience.

POC: Mike Ward mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030

Sponsorship

Details

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Company name listed on PowerPoint, in printed program, and website as Flag Sponsor (at each event where flag is displayed) When flag is loaned to an organization for display, the Flag Sponsor will be acknowledged in any printed program or PowerPoint

$3,000

D L O

Limited to 1

S

4 4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Government & Public Affairs

Space Launch System (SLS) Green Run Engine Test and Fabrication Tour The countdown clock is ticking toward the first launch of the Space Launch System (SLS) in 2018 and NASA is busy building and testing key components of the rocket. In order to help build awareness of the program’s achievements, the Chamber is arranging a tour of the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, including the Green run test of the four RS 25 engines that will provide propulsion for the core stage of the rocket, and a tour of the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, where the Core Stage of the SLS rocket is being manufactured. The overnight trip will include bus transportation from Huntsville, a reception in New Orleans, and meals. Buildout of the stand was required due to the length of the SLS Core Stage, which stretches to almost 212 feet from the top of the forward skirt to the exit plane of the four RS-25. This will be the last static engine test prior to the launch of the SLS System.

Sponsorship

Recognition on event PowerPoint presentations

Rocket engine tests are subject to change, depending on weather and technical glitches. No refunds will be available if NASA decides not to test the engines during our tour.

Presenting

Gold

$5,000

$2,500

$1,750

$1,000

Limited to 3

Limited to 4

Limited to 6

4

3

2

1

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 16

Bronze

Limited to 1

Recognition on event registration page

Recognition from podium at all events

Silver

SOLD

Registrations included

POC: Mike Ward mward@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2030

SOLD

Number of sponsors

There will be a limit of 100 attendees.

SOLD

Campaign Sponsorship Price

The Space Launch System is the next step in our nation’s human exploration of deep space, carrying humans further into space than we have ever gone. SLS will be larger than the Saturn V rockets that carried US astronauts to the Moon. Continued support for the program is critical to NASA’s success.

4 (Name)

4

4 (Name recognition)

4

4


Small Business & Events

Annual Membership Meeting January 2018 The Chamber of Commerce Annual Membership Meeting celebrates the many accomplishments of 2017 and sets the standard for a successful 2018! Attended by nearly 800 of Madison County’s finest, this event serves as an opportunity to honor those that have made significant contributions to enhance our quality of life and make Madison County a better place to live, work and play. Join us for the changing of the guard for Chamber leadership, and a well-known speaker will provide the keynote address. A highlight of the meeting includes the Chamber’s presentation of the annual Distinguished Service Award, the highest individual honor given by the Chamber. Held in the Von Braun Center North Hall, this event is the Chamber’s largest corporate event of the year. The Annual Membership Meeting is a great opportunity to network with community leaders as well as business leaders. Sponsorship

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Breakfast

Reception

$12,000

$6,000

$3,500

$2,500

$1,500

$3,000

$2,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 1

Limited to 10

Limited to 15

Limited to 20

Limited to 1

Limited to 1

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

Number of attendees at event reception with speaker

6

4

3

2

1

Number of attendees at breakfast with HREGI investors

2

1

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in pre-event marketing

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

Recognition on Facebook event page

4

4

4

4 (Full page color, inside front cover)

4 (1/2 page black & white)

4 (1/4 page black & white)

4

4

4

4

4 (At breakfast)

Number of sponsors Number of tables seating eight (8) Recognition in event program and PowerPoint presentation (at luncheon)

Ad in event program Recognition from podium CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Recognition in post event slide show to be posted on Facebook event page

4

One (1) reserved parking space at event

4

Opportunity to set up pop-up booth in prefunction area

4

4 3

2

4

4

4

Signage at event (easel sign to be provided by Chamber at luncheon)

4

4

Opportunity to speak during breakfast

4

Reserved Table $825 •

Speaker

SOLD

Campaign Sponsorship Price

Presenting

POC: Pammie Jimmar pjimmar@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2043

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 17


Small Business & Events

Best Places to Work® Awards March 2018 Best Places to Work® is an annual signature event that showcases the “best of the best” businesses that are the best places to work in the Tennessee Valley area. Best Places to Work® offers a business building tool that cultivates the quintessential employee relations in the workplace. Results are strictly based on employee participation in answering the surveys and are scored by a third party research firm.

POC: Emma Williams ewilliams@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2089

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Number of tables seating eight (8) Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition in event program

Recognition in pre-event marketing Recognition on Facebook event page Presenting sponsor plaque

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$5,000

$3,000

$2,000

$1,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 8

Limited to 10

Limited to 12

1

1

1

1

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo, link

4 (Name, link

to company website)

to company website)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4

4

SOLD

Recognition on event registration page

Presenting

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized from the podium and representative may address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Logo recognition on the photo booth pictures

4

Recognition in post event slide show to be posted on Facebook event page

4

One (1) reserved parking space at event

4

Reserved Table $650 •

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 18


Small Business & Events

Small Business Awards Celebration August 2017 This year the Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County will celebrate 32 years of supporting and recognizing individuals and businesses that make a positive impact on our community through their products, services, and outstanding attributes. One of the most popular Chamber events is the Small Business Awards. The 2017 awards celebration will be held in August in the VBC North Hall. This celebration brings together more than 1,000 of the community’s leading small businesses, entrepreneurs, young professionals and nonprofits, as well as the leadership of Huntsville/ Madison County. Sponsorship of the Small Business Awards is a great way to market your company to local small businesses while networking and supporting your small business peers. Sponsorship

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

POC: Emma Williams ewilliams@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2089

Presenting

Contenders Reception

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$12,500

$7,500

$5,000

$2,500

$1,500

Limited to 1

Limited to 1

Limited to 8

Limited to 10

Limited to 15 1 (Preferred location)

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

Number of attendees at the VIP Reception

8

8

8

8

2

Number of attendees at the Contender Reception

8

8

8

8

2

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

Recognition in pre-event marketing

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

Recognition on Facebook event page

4

4

4

4 (At VIP Reception)

4 (At Contenders

4 (At VIP

4 (At Contenders

Number of tables seating eight (8)

Recognition in event program and PowerPoint presentation

Recognition during reception and dinner Logo recognition on signage at event Opportunity to set up a booth display Ad in event program Recognition on event registration page Reserved parking space at event

Reception)

Reception)

Reception)

4 (At VIP

4 (At Contenders

Reception)

Reception)

4 (Full page color,

4 (1/2 page black

4 (1/4 page black

inside front cover)

& white)

& white)

4 (Logo, link to

4 (Logo, link to

company website)

company website)

4 (4)

4 (2)

Receives top billing in pre-event publicity

4

CEO or representative given the opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Presenting Sponsor plaque

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Logo recognition on the photo booth pictures

4

4 (Name) 4 (1)

4 (As Gold

Sponsor)

Reserved Table $850 •

Table seating eight (8)

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Small Business & Events

Holiday Open House December 2017 The Chamber’s annual Holiday Open House will ring in the 2017 holiday season with fabulous food, wonderful entertainment, festive decorations, and the perfect opportunity to meet and greet other Chamber members. The holiday event boasts an annual attendance of more than 500 Chamber members, community leaders and elected officials, and is the perfect holiday event to market your company’s products and services.

POC: Emma Williams ewilliams@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2089

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$2,000

$1,000

Limited to 3

Limited to 4

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in pre-event marketing

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

Recognition on event PowerPoint presentation

Logo recognition on the photo booth pictures Opportunity to set up display booth

SOLD

$3,000 Limited to 1

Number of sponsors

4

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Recognition on Facebook event page

4

Recognition in post event slide show to be posted on Facebook event page

4

One (1) reserved parking space at event

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 20


Small Business & Events

Networking 2018 Breakfast & Biz (Quarterly) 2018 will feature quarterly Breakfast & Biz events. This fast-paced networking event is for business owners and new employees of existing businesses. This event will put members face-to-face with prime business contacts in a unique and entertaining format. Breakfast & Biz will be held at a member’s location or the Chamber of Commerce; it attracts approximately 80 business professionals.

Business & Brews (Bi-Monthly) At Business & Brews, no one is a stranger! Come enjoy some of Huntsville’s best craft beers while cultivating new business relationships in a relaxed setting. People do business with people they know, and there’s no better way to get to know other professionals than by attending our Business & Brews. You can build your network, share common challenges, ideas and solutions, and connect with local business professionals. Invite your friends and co-workers and join us for Business & Brews. It attracts approximately 100 business professionals. POC: Emma Williams ewilliams@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2089 - Hosting opportunities are available for Breakfast and Biz. - The host is responsible for all of the food and bevarage.

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$5,000

$2,500

$1,500

Limited to 1

Limited to 3

Limited to 5

Number of attendees at each Breakfast & Biz event

5

3

1

Number of attendees to each Business & Brews event

5

3

1

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in pre-event marketing

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

Recognition on Facebook event page

4

4

One (1) tabletop registration to the Spring 2018 SchmoozaPalooza

4

4

Opportunity to give a two minute marketing presentation on company services as well as provide promotional items and marketing materials at tables

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Opportunity to set-up display at each event for marketing purposes

4

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Small Business & Events

Professional Development Series 2018 The Chamber’s Professional Development Series is a multidimensional support initiative designed to provide assistance to small business and middle market companies. When used as a suite of services, these three platforms provide solid business planning and development to strengthen local businesses.

Business Coaching: •

Free, confidential, small business coaching for Chamber members and the community. This partnership with UAH Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and UAH Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) is to provide valuable, practical advice and guidance. Coaching is done onsite at the Chamber.

Topics: Professional Development Workshops will be offered twice a month: •

Social Lunching, lunch included. (Intro to social media platforms, How to use Facebook to drive traffic, Intro to Google Analytics, etc.) Presenter: MOVE Digital

Basic Computer Classes (Word, Excel, Power Point and etc.) Presenter: Downtown Public Library

POC: Emma Williams ewilliams@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2089

Small Business Workshops will be offered monthly. Topics to include: •

Business Plan Creation

Funding your Business: Options, Process and Realities

Cybersecurity Risk Management

Customer Relations

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price

Presenting

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$3,500

$1,500

$1,000

$500

Limited to 1

Limited to 5

Limited to 10

Limited to 15

4

3

2

1

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in pre-event marketing

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

Recognition on Facebook event page

4

4

One (1) entry to all Breakfast & Biz events

Number of sponsors Number of attendees to every workshop during the year Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation

4

4

Opportunity to conduct subject matter expertise sessions during the year (All topics must be approved by the Director of Small Business)

4 (2 Sessions)

4 (1 Session)

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Opportunity to set-up display at each event

4

One (1) tabletop registration to the Spring 2018 SchmoozaPalooza

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 22


Small Business & Events

SchmoozaPalooza Spring 2018 SCHMOOZE \’shmüz\ (verb) : to converse casually, especially for social and business connections, and PALOOZA \’pa•lü•zah\ (noun) : a large scale party! The Chamber’s most anticipated networking event will be held annually to provide a casual and lively atmosphere for business professionals to network. SchmoozaPalooza also provides an opportunity for members to showcase their products or services in a tabletop format. From promoting your company, making new contacts, and generating sales leads to winding down after work with a drink and tasty treats from the area’s best restaurants and caterers, the SchmoozaPalooza experience is all about business in action and making connections.

Sponsorship

POC: Emma Williams ewilliams@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2089

Presenting

Media

Gold

Silver

$1,500

$1,000

$750

$500

Limited to 1

Limited to 3

Limited to 10

Limited to 15

2

1

1

1

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in pre-event marketing

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

4 (Name recognition)

4

4

4

4

4 (10)

4 (8)

4 (6)

4 (4)

Exhibitor listing with link to company website on Chamber website

4

4

4

4

Logo placement on signage at the event

4

4

4

4

Logo on Swag Bag

4

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Logo recognition on the photo booth pictures

4

Recognition on Facebook event page

4

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Number of tabletops in prime location Recognition on pre-event posters and promotional materials

Opportunity to place items in Swag Bag Tickets for staff, clients and or vendors (Valued at $10 each)

1 Tabletop $200 1 Food Vendor Tabletop* $100

* Food Vendor must provide 200 tasty treats (samples).

1 Non-Profit or Home-based Business** $100 •

One (1) 8 foot table***

** Non-Profit or Home-based Business may be requested to provide verification of status.

Exhibitor listing with link to company website on Chamber website

*** Table linens are not provided.

* Payment in full is due with signed contract.

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Small Business & Events

Women’s Business Council Roundtable

NEW

2018 (Quarterly) The Women’s Business Council provides themed roundtables for women business owners in efforts to foster connections and explore the issues women business owners face in the Huntsville/Madison County area. Additionally the Women’s Business Council manages the award for Women-Owned Business of the Year each year at the Small Business Awards. Participation in this sponsorship provides an opportunity to show support for women-owned businesses, along with advertisement for your company.

POC: Emma Williams ewilliams@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2089

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$1,000

$500

$250

Number of sponsors

Limited to 1

Limited to 5

Limited to 10

Number of attendees

6

4

2

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo) 4

Campaign Sponsorship Price

Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition from the podium at each event Recognition on event registration page Recognition in pre-event marketing

4

4

4 (Logo, link to

4 (Name, link to

company website)

company website)

4 (Logo & link on eblasts)

4 (Name & link on eblasts)

CEO or representative given the opportunity to give a two minute marketing presentation on company services

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Opportunity to set-up display at each event for marketing purposes, provide promotional items and marketing materials at tables.

4

Opportunity to put one flier or postcard (printed by company) at tables.

4

Recognition in WBC social media promotions for each roundtable

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 24

4 (Name)

4 (Name recognition)


Marketing & Communications

2017 Annual Report 2018 Publish Date The 2017 Annual Report will be used throughout 2018 by Chamber staff and volunteers. It will be distributed at the 2018 Annual Membership Meeting and to our Executive Committee and Board of Directors. It also will be used by our Sales Team and Chamber staff for HREGI meetings, Workforce and Education outreach, and Economic Development efforts and other regional, national and international marketing opportunities. The Annual Report has a one-year shelf life in print—but the digital version will allow key stakeholders and influencers to use and share the data indefinitely.

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018 Payment in full is due with signed contract.

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Presenting $6,000 Limited to 1

Logo will be located on the front cover of the Annual Report

4

Annual Report will be distributed at our Annual Membership Meeting (approx. 800 attendees)

4

Annual Report will be posted on our website and promoted through digital and social media platforms

4

A two-page summary of the Annual Report will be printed in our Initiatives magazine and presenting sponsor logo will be included (10,000 copies printed)

4

The Annual Report will be featured in our Initiatives Online in March edition

4

We will print 2500 copies of the Annual Report and additional copies will be printed throughout the year as needed

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Marketing & Communications

Initiatives Magazine Sponsor February 2018 – January 2019 Be part of our powerhouse economic development publication, Initiatives magazine. Printed and distributed bi-monthly to more than 10,000 highly-engaged Chamber members, influencers, and key stakeholders, Initiatives magazine is one of the primary vehicles we use to address topics of interest to the business and professional communities in North Alabama. Initiatives provides the opportunity to profile key subject matter in greater detail than in other local media platforms. We focus on small business, economic development news, technology, aerospace and defense, education, workforce, healthcare, and genetics. Now in its 14th year, Initiatives is read by members and non-members, read online and then passed around offices, positioned in C-suite conference rooms, and on the desks of executives and elected officials. The printed issue of Initiatives magazine is enjoyed by more than 150,000 readers annually, and hundreds more read it monthly online.

YOUR LOGO HERE

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018 Payment in full is due with signed contract.

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

$10,000 Limited to 1

Sponsor of Initiatives magazine will have their logo on the front cover of six consecutive bi-monthly print magazines, styled as: Initiatives Powered by: (company logo)

4

Company receives a full-page color ad with prominent placement in six consecutive bi-monthly issues. Space can be used for an ad or advertorial provided by sponsor.

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 26

Presenting


Marketing & Communications

Monday Mash-up

YOUR LOGO HERE

Weekly eblast, August 2017 – July 2018 Reach 5,500 highly engaged Chamber members, key influencers, potential employers, elected officials, business leaders and CEOs every Monday with the Monday Mash-up eblast. This powerful communication tool provides a mashup of relevant and timely economic development news, small biz tips, upcoming Chamber events, ribbon cuttings, member news and other great information. The Monday Mash-up is our premier eblast reaching nearly 25,000 people per month. In addition to having your logo appear every week on the Monday Mash-up eblast, we have additional high-visibility benefits for our sponsors.

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Details $2,500 Limited to 4

Logo displayed on the top of our weekly the Monday Mash-up eblast

4

Logo will be displayed on our website under “the Monday Mash-up” under Newsroom as “Sponsored by (logos)”

4

Each sponsor will be highlighted in the Monday Mash-up brief once per year

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Marketing & Communications

Dedicated eblasts

YOUR LOGO HERE

August 2017 – July 2018 The Chamber sends out special event invitations, announcements and notifications via Dedicated eblasts approximately 3 times per week to approximately 5,500 highly engaged Chamber members and key stakeholders. This means, with your sponsorship of the Dedicated eblasts, you will reach between 192,000 and 792,000 individuals a year! In addition, the Chamber has an average eblast open rate of 24% to 26%, well above the 22% industry average, and a 3.2% Click Through Rate (vs. 2.5% industry average). This sponsorship is truly one of our most visible and remembered marketing assets.

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

$5,000 Limited to 2

Logo displayed on the top of these dedicated eblasts for 12 consecutive months

4

Company logo will be linked to your company website

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 28

Details


Marketing & Communications

Member Connection eblast

YOUR LOGO HERE

August 2017 – July 2018 The Member Connection is sent to over 5,500 Chamber members and key stakeholders twice monthly. It is designed to provide direct member-to-member marketing opportunities. This sponsorship opportunity gives sponsoring companies high-impact visibility to more than 11,000 recipients every month, as well as thousands more through eblast pass-alongs and on our website. The eblast and digital format allows a recipient to forward the email or share via social media. They also can share the link to Member Connection on our website via their social media channels, etc. The Member Connection works like this: Members provide a PDF “flier” showcasing their announcement, news, message or event (ex: a discount, event, or even a new staff member). We also use the Member Connection to welcome our new members and new HREGI investors. In addition to the eblast, the fliers also will be posted on the Chamber website under Member Connection until the next issue comes out. This is an excellent opportunity to reach thousands of local businesses and their employees with your company message. The Member Connection has an average eblast open rate of 23% which is above the industry average of 22%.

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Details $2,000 Limited to 4

Logo in color at the top of the Member Connection eblast

4

The digital version of the Member Connection will appear on our website the same day the eblast goes out. This online version will remain posted on our website until the next month issue comes out

4

Sponsors will appear as “Sponsored by” and logo

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Marketing & Communications

Community Information Package August 2017 – July 2018 The Chamber receives hundreds of requests for relocation information each year. For every request, the Community Information Package is distributed to individuals, families and companies looking to move to the area, and it also is used by local companies in employee recruitment efforts. As a sponsor, your company information will be included in each printed and digital package distributed. In addition to Chamber community information, a limited number of flier inserts from members can be included in the package. For envelope sponsors, the Chamber will include your company logo on the Chamber Community Information Package webpage—your logo will link to your website. Artwork is subject to Chamber approval. Please provide by June 30, 2017, the exact website URL you would like to link from the digital copy of the Community Information Package.

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018 Payment in full is due with signed contract.

Sponsorship

Annual Front Envelope Sponsor

Annual Back Envelope Sponsor

Annual Back Envelope Flap Sponsor

12 Monthly Flier Inserts

$2,500

$2,000

$1,000

$1,000

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Limited to 1

Limited to 2

Limited to 1

Limited to 8

Entitled to one standard insert for 12 months (during a one-year period)

4

4

4

4

Entitled to have a digital copy of flier insert on the Chamber’s new and improved website that launces in early 2017 – Community Information page. (Sponsors, please provide exact website URL to link to the flier)

4

4

4

4

Company logo/message or ad/graphic on front of envelope in full-color (Ad size: approximately 3 ½ ” x 4 ¼” portrait)

4

Company logo/message or ad/graphic on back of envelope in full-color (Ad size: approximately 5” x 7” portrait)

4

Company logo/message on the flap of envelope in fullcolor (Ad size: approximately 12” x 1 ½”) Front Envelope / Back Envelope Flap / Back Envelope Sponsors • Artwork subject to Chamber approval • High resolution digital image in .jpg or .pdf format is due by June 30, 2017 • Placement on back of envelope is determined by the Chamber

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 30

4 12 Monthly Flier Inserts

• Two thousand printed fliers are to be submitted by June 30, 2017 • All fliers must be provided by the sponsoring company


Marketing & Communications

“CEO/Executive” Recruitment video August 2017 – July 2018 The Chamber will produce a refined video designed primarily for local companies to help them recruit C-suite talent to our area, as well as site selectors and other companies looking to relocate their senior executives to Huntsville/Madison County. This “CEO/Executive” video will focus on the finer amenities and opportunities our area has to offer such as an active art museum scene, a long-standing symphony, a thriving Broadway Theater League, an outstanding ballet, world class dining facilities (USA Today readers ranked Cotton Row as the #1 Best Fine Dining Restaurant in the South), the Huntsville Botanical Garden, professional golf courses (The Ledges), outdoor recreation, etc. We want to surprise the audience with the breadth of offerings there are for a city of this size: incredible housing options, modern medical facilities, outdoor opportunities and our arts and cultural scene.

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018 Payment in full is due with signed contract.

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Details $4,000 Limited to 3

New video will be shot of the sponsor workplace (called b-roll) to include logo, employees at work, etc. and b-roll will be used in the “CEO/ Executive” recruitment video

4

Once the video is complete, it will be used for exclusive and targeted promotional purposes for two (2) years

4

Digital file of the final “CEO/Executive” recruitment video

4

A separately produced 30-second intro featuring “interview” of sponsor company leadership with company logo. This 30-second video can be used as company wishes in conjunction with our CEO/Executive” recruitment video or for their own marketing effort

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Marketing & Communications

Digital Display Ads August 2017 – July 2018 As guests and visitors enter the Chamber building, they are greeted by our friendly resource desk personnel and our vivid 52-inch plasma screen. This plasma screen is constantly rotating excellent Chamber events and community activities, as well as sponsored member display ads. This plasma screen is one of our more visible marketing tools. The Chamber offers the opportunity for companies to sponsor display ads on our plasma screen—your ad will be seen roughly once every 30 seconds. You can submit one of your company ads, or something specific for an event you might be hosting. Artwork is subject to Chamber approval.

POC: Carrie Rice crice@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2018

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Category Exclusive $1,500 Limited to 3

Full page ad displayed in continuous rotation during the day

4

Sponsor may change their ad on a monthly basis

4

Sponsor gets one flier for insertion into the Community Information Packet for 12 consecutive months (NEW BENEFIT)

4

Sponsors will be limited to one-per-industry (ex. Only one realtor, only one bank, only one adademic, etc.) 12 Monthly Flier Inserts

• Two thousand printed fliers are to be submitted by June 30, 2017 • All fliers must be provided by the sponsoring company

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 32


Membership

Wine & Cheese with the President

NEW

2017 (Bi-monthly) Chip Cherry, Chamber President and CEO, invites small business members to come have a little “wine and cheese� with him, other members and staff. He likes to get to know the members, discuss how the Chamber can better serve them, and give a brief update on what is happening at the Chamber. You will benefit from establishing relationships and have an opportunity to meet and network with other business leaders from the community. As a sponsor, you will be invited to attend all of the Wine and Cheese events.

POC: Donna McCrary dmccrary@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2027

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of Sponsors

Presenting $3,500 Limited to 1

Number of attendees to each Wine & Cheese event

2

Logo recognition in event PowerPoint presentation

4

Logo recognition on event registration page

4

Logo recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event)

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Membership

Just the Facts

NEW

2017 (Quarterly) Just the Facts is our member orientation held quarterly at the Chamber of Commerce. Our Chamber staff mix with members in small groups and in individual sessions – discussing the benefits of membership and answering questions to help members get the most from their Chamber journey. You will benefit from receiving referrals, establish relationships, and have the opportunity to meet and network with business leaders from the community. Highlights will include: •

How to get the most of your Chamber membership

Basics of each Chamber division and what they are actively working on

How to use the ChamberMaster database to your advantage

POC: Donna McCrary dmccrary@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2027

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of Sponsors

$2,500 Limited to 1

Number of attendees to each Just the Facts event

2

Logo recognition in event PowerPoint presentation

4

Logo recognition on event registration page

4

Logo recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event)

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 34

Presenting


Membership

The Chamber Factor 2017 (Quarterly) The Chamber Factor brings members and non-members together for a unique networking experience. You will benefit from receiving business referrals as well as establishing business relationships. This is one of our newest networking opportunities. All will enjoy this casual “meet n’ greet”. Each quarter the Chamber Factor will target a specific industry. (Hors d’oeuvres, wine and beer will be served.)

POC: Donna McCrary dmccrary@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2027

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price

Host $1,000

Number of sponsors

Limited to 1 per quarter

Number of attendees

6

Opportunity to give a two minute marketing presentation on company services

4

Opportunity to set up display at event for marketing purposes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Logo recognition in event PowerPoint presentation

4

Logo recognition on event registration page

4

Logo recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Membership

Ambassador Program 2018 By becoming the Ambassador Program sponsor, you are invited to attend all monthly meetings to speak briefly to our highly valued Chamber volunteers. Our volunteers help represent and promote the Chamber of Commerce as well as their own business. These highly trained volunteers also help Chamber staff with events, other meetings, and ribbon cuttings.

POC: Donna McCrary dmccrary@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2027

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

$4,500 Limited to 1

Number of attendees to all Ambassador meetings

2

Company representative is entitled to speak briefly at all monthly Ambassador meetings for 2018

4

Entitled to one flier or brochure to be placed at each attendee seat at every Ambassador meeting for 2018 by sponsor (cost and printing of flier or brochure is the responsibility of sponsor)

4

Flier or brochure to be placed in all new and existing member presentation tote bags (cost and printing of flier or brochure is the responsibility of sponsor)

4

Logo recognition on event registration page

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Logo recognition in the event PowerPoint presentation

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 36

Presenting


Membership

Emissary Program 2018 By becoming the Emissary Program sponsor, you are invited to attend all Emissary meetings to speak briefly to these highly valued Chamber volunteers. Emissaries are members who have already shown a strong sense of commitment and dependability by being an outstanding Chamber member. They have been extended an invitation to become a part of the Emissary Program.

POC: Donna McCrary dmccrary@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2027

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of Sponsors

Presenting $3,000 Limited to 1

Number of attendees to all Emissary meetings

2

Company representative is entitled to speak briefly at Emissary meetings for 2018

4

Entitled to one flier or brochure to be placed at each attendee seat at every Emissary for 2018 (cost and printing of flier or brochure is the responsibility of sponsor)

4

Logo recognition on event registration page

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event)

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Membership

Member Presentation Premier Tote Bag Sponsor August 2017 – July 2018 New and existing members are offered a presentation bag filled with timely chamber and member items throughout the year. Membership staff and Emissaries deliver these tote bags to approximately 1,000 members, filled with community and sponsor information. This sponsorship allows your logo and company name to be displayed on the outside of all bags, as the Premiere tote-bag sponsor (along with the Chamber of Commerce logo and name).

POC: Donna McCrary dmccrary@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2027

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

$3,500 Limited to 1

Flier or brochure to be placed in all new and existing member presentation tote bags (cost and printing of flier or brochure is the responsibility of sponsor)

4

Logo to be displayed on the outside of the bags along with the Chamber Logo

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 38

Details


Economic Development / Workforce

A Smart Place Brochure

NEW

August 2017 - July 2018 This brochure provides an overview to those outside our community about living and working in Huntsville/Madison County. These brochures are provided to companies for recruitment purposes and also to relocating individuals. In addition, this brochure is included in the Chamber’s Community Information packet, which is distributed to hundreds of individuals, families and companies looking to move to the area. As a sponsor, your company logo will be included on each printed and digital brochure.

POC: Lyndsay Ferguson lferguson@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2008

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price

Presenting

Gold

$5,000

$3,000

Limited to 1

Limited to 2

Brochure will be used in all recruiting activities

4

4

Brochure included in community information package and also digital on our website

4

4

Logo in Smart Stuff section of home page on asmartplace.com website with link to company website for three (3) months

4

Large logo printed on back of trifold brochure in prominent location

4

Number of Sponsors

Small logo printed on back of trifold brochure in prominent location

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Economic Development / Workforce

A Smart Place e-Newsletter

NEW

YOUR LOGO HERE

August 2017 - July 2018 This monthly e-newsletter will offer high visibility and will be sent to those interested in workforce and education in our region. The newsletter serves as a resource to communicate best practices, events and programs related to hiring, training, teaching, developing, retaining and increasing the smart, talented people we have in our region. This newsletter has an average eblast open rate of 39.8% per eblast and an average click rate of 8.2% - well above the nonprofit industry averages of 22.6% and 2.5%, respectively.

POC: Lyndsay Ferguson lferguson@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2008

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Logo prominently displayed in e-newsletter from August 2017 July 2018

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 40

Details $2,000 Limited to 4 4


Economic Development / Workforce

State of the Schools February 2018 In partnership with The Schools Foundation, our annual State of the Schools event focuses on the mission, vision, data and strategic goals for the future of public education across Madison County. It will feature presentations by the superintendents of each district: Huntsville City Schools, Madison City Schools and Madison County Schools. In addition, attendees will hear from State Representative(s) on state goals and objectives. This event highlights the Pre-K – 12 education programs across Madison County that are preparing students for long-term success in our region. This event is a premier opportunity for the business community to hear directly from educators about programs, policy, and performance in our local systems.

POC: Lyndsay Ferguson lferguson@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2008 Elizabeth Fleming Elizabeth@theschoolsfoundation.org or 256-535-2080 One of the eight seats at all sponsored and reserved tables will be filled by a local school board member or K-12 representative as we honor our three education systems.

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

Bronze

$5,000

$2,500

$1,500

$1,000

Number of sponsors

Limited to 1

Limited to 5

Limited to 10

Limited to 15

Number of tables **

2 (Front and center location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Prime location)

1 (Preferred location)

Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

Recognition in event program

4 (Logo)

4 (Bold name)

4 (Name)

4 (Name) 4 (Name)

Campaign Sponsorship Price

Recognition in tabletop display

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblast)

4 (Name & link on eblast)

4 (Name recognition)

Presenting sponsor plaque

4

CEO or representative seated at the head table and recognized with an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Reserved Table $450 - 25 available •

Table seating eight (8)

One of the eight seats at all sponsored and reserved tables will be filled by a local school board member or K-12 representative as we honor our three education systems.

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Economic Development / Workforce

College & Career Fair September 2017 In partnership with The Schools Foundation, the College & Career Fair is a two-day event that serves more than 6,000 high school juniors and seniors from across our three public school districts (Huntsville City, Madison City and Madison County schools). Aimed at promoting high-demand careers and their associated educational pathways, while also introducing employers to their future workforce, this is an important experiential education program. This fair provides students with solid insight into local career opportunities across the 16 different Career Clusters, including advanced manufacturing, biotechnology, government, nonprofit, gaming, finance – and several others. By partnering with local businesses, the College & Career Fair brings an expanded perspective to students while giving businesses direct access to future employees. This event is truly the front line of employee recruitment and provides a way to attract and retain our students for a long-term future in the Tennessee Valley.

POC: Lyndsay Ferguson lferguson@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2008 Elizabeth Fleming Elizabeth@theschoolsfoundation.org or 256-535-2080

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$2,500

$1,000

$500

Limited to 1

Limited to 4

Limited to 8

Number of tabletops (includes 2 chairs per table and lunch)

1 (Prime Location)

1

1

Recognition on the event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo & link on eblast)

4 (Name & link on eblast)

4 (Name recognition)

Recognition on event signage/promotional items

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Name)

Recognition on all student materials and student drawing gifts

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Receive top-billing in all pre-publicity (including individual sponsorspecific posts on social media with hyperlinks to your company website)

4

Logo in Smart Stuff section of home page on asmartplace.com website with link to company website for one (1) quarter ( NEW BENEFIT)

4

Recognition for sponsorship of student scholarships and invitation to present scholarships (NEW BENEFIT)

4

1 Tabletop $200 * •

1 Tabletop – Non-Profit $150 *

1 table, 2 representatives, chairs and lunch

1 table, 2 representatives, chairs and lunch

* Payment in full is due with signed contract.

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 42


Economic Development / Workforce

A Smart Place Website - Recruitment Site 1 Year Sponsorship asmartplace.com is a smart place to build your brand and recruit talent to your company. This recruitment website tells job seekers from outside the community why Huntsville/ Madison County is a smart place to live, work, play, and learn. It also serves as the only comprehensive regional job board in the Tennessee Valley for job seekers. Sponsorship allows your logo to be prominently displayed on the homepage for job seekers and relocating individuals to link directly to your company website. It also places your logo on the user sign-in pages throughout the site for additional recognition.

YOUR LOGO HERE

POC: Lyndsay Ferguson lferguson@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2008

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

NOW HIRING Annual Sponsorship $3,500 Limited to 5

Sponsor placements include a thumbnail box with the logo/ graphic and a link to the company website

4

This runs for a full year on all pages of the recruitment site

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

Page 43


Economic Development / Workforce

A Smart Place Website – Smart Stuff Quarterly (90 day) Sponsorship asmartplace.com is a smart place to build your brand and recruit talent to your company. This recruitment website tells job seekers from outside the community why Huntsville/ Madison County is a smart place to live, work, play, and learn. It also serves as the only comprehensive regional job board in the Tennessee Valley for job seekers. Sponsorship allows your logo to be displayed on the homepage in our Smart Stuff feature for three months to be seen by job seekers and relocating individuals visiting the site.

POC: Lyndsay Ferguson lferguson@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2008

YOUR LOGO HERE

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors

$500 per quarter 2 per quarter

Logo in Smart Stuff section of site homepage with link to company website

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 44

SMART STUFF Quarterly Sponsorship

4


Economic Development / Workforce

The Idea Roundtable Series

NEW

2017 (Quarterly) This is a quarterly series of discussions around a diverse set of topics important to companies and organizations throughout Cummings Research Park: Topics: •

Retooling Inside and Out: Options and Industry Trends on Interior Renovations and Exterior Retrofits (April)

Small Business Professional Services: A Primer and Your Options (July)

IP: How to Create It and What to Do with It? (September)

Talent Attraction/Recruitment and Retention: How to Develop, Offer and Manage Work-life Balance for Talent Attraction and Retention (November)

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of Sponsors Number of attendees to each quarterly roundtable Recognition in event PowerPoint presentation Recognition on event registration page Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$5,000

$1,500

$500

Limited to 1

Limited to 2

Limited to 4

5

3

1

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo, Link to company website)

4 (Name, Link to company website)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo on the eblasts)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

Recognition in CRP social media promotions for each roundtable

4 (Link to company Facebook page)

Ability to put one company flier or postcard (printed by company) at tables

4

CEO or representative given an opportunity to address the audience for two minutes

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Economic Development / Workforce

CRP Amenities Map

NEW

2017-2018 (2-Year Sponsorship) Beyond Bridge Street, did you know there are several open-tothe-public breakfast, lunch, and coffee places in CRP? Do you know where the Huntsville Shuttle stops in the Park or where you can charge your electric car? And how do you get to the Indian Creek Greenway anyway? Our custom, caricature-style map will highlight all that and more in the Park in its early 2017 debut. The map will be printed and distributed to our companies and at our events. You’ll also see promotion and placement on our website and social media platforms.

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086

Sponsorship

Presenting

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of Sponsors Logo on printed and digital versions of map Sponsorship recognitions in social media promotion of map Logo linked from map housed on the new CRP website

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 46

$7,500

D L O

Limited to 1

S

4 4 4


Economic Development / Workforce

CRP Food Truck Fests

NEW

2017 Monthly (May - November) Cummings Research Park (CRP) is bringing back ‘The Lunch Bunch’ - our CRP food truck lunchtime fest beginning May 2017. Our season extends into November, and this year will be filled with new offerings. Regardless of location, we will offer tent-covered seating at each fest. Additionally we will feature musical talent to make lunch a little more enjoyable for all of us. And finally, we look forward to partnering each Food Truck Fest to benefit a local nonprofit charity. Each Food Truck Fest occurs from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from May to November. The dates are May 9, June 13, July 11, August 8, September 12, October 10, and November 14. Join us to celebrate local food, local nonprofits, and employees in Cummings Research Park!

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of Sponsors Tickets for staff, clients and or vendors to each Food Truck lunch (Valued at $12 each) Recognition in CRP social media promotion - Facebook event, Facebook and Twitter posts Recognition on event banner Sponsor of each dedicated eblast (2 per each Food Truck Fest) Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

Presenting

Gold

$5,000

$2,500

Limited to 1

Limited to 3

4 (10)

4 (4)

4 (Link to company Facebook page)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo)

4 (Logo on the eblasts) 4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Economic Development / Workforce

Geek2Geek (Cummings Research Park After Hours) 2018 (Quarterly) This Cummings Research Park (CRP) focused networking event is held quarterly from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in CRP. This event attracts approximately 50 technology focused business professionals and features hors d’oeuvres and beverages (craft beer, wine, water & soft drinks). Sponsors and event participants have the opportunity to meet and network with fellow techies from CRP, CRP Applications, and Thornton Research Park communities. The purpose of the event is to generate opportunities for increased collaboration among CRP technology leaders. Invitations and Presenting Sponsorships are open to companies and employees in CRP, CRP Applications, and Thornton Research Park.

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086 Please note – the Chamber will work with the Presenting Sponsor to set the date of each quarterly event.

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$5,000

$1,000

$500

Limited to 1

Limited to 3

Limited to 5

5

3

1

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

4 (Logo on the eblasts)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

Opportunity to provide promotional items to attendees at event

4

4

Recognition in the event introduction

4

4

Recognition in CRP pre-event social media posts

4

4

Receive top billing in Geek2Geek pre-event publicity including plasma screen in Chamber lobby

4

Recognition on event signage, newsletter, website or promotional fliers

4

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Number of registrations to each quarterly event Recognition on event registration page Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 48


Economic Development / Workforce

Sips and Sounds October 2017 Enjoy the sights of Cummings Research Park (CRP) while listening to the sounds of local Huntsville musical talent in beautiful fall weather on the lawn of the Jackson Center. To compliment the evening, the attendees will enjoy sipping wine, craft beer, themed cocktails, and sampling tasty hors d’oeuvres. This social outing will be a way to experience a whole new side of CRP.

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$5,000

$2,000

$1,000

Number of sponsors

Limited to 1

Limited to 2

Limited to 4

Number of attendees

4

2

1

Recognition on the event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo on the eblasts)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

Recognition on event signage/promotional item

4

4

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Executive to serve as an emcee at the event

4

Receive top billing as sponsor in all pre-publicity (including individual, sponsor-specific posts on CRP social media and the CRP newsletter) that is distributed to nearly 500 recipients - with hyperlinks to your company website

4

Receive a Silver Sponsorship for the Idea Roundtable Series (valued at $500). For description and benefits, see page 47.

4

Campaign Sponsorship Price

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

Page 49


Economic Development / Workforce

CRP Trolley Tech Tours 2017 The CRP Trolley Tech Tour returns for a second year with new trolley stops and visits to companies in the Park. Have you ever wondered what kinds of companies call CRP home and what are the cool things they do on a daily basis? Here’s your chance to learn more about who you share a backyard with. Join us as we trolley hop from company to company with food and adult beverages at each stop. Presenting these topics/places for 2017: It’s a Bird….It’s a Plane…It’s in CRP! Join us in May as we visit companies that make birds-of-a-feather flock together, whether by land or by air. Innovating for Our Military Today and Tomorrow In late summer we’ll again highlight a few of the aerospace/defense companies that are globally focused and locally fueled in CRP. Weather Aware, Where You Live And our final 2017 Trolley Tech Tour will keep an eye to the skies in November, our second-most active weather month in the Tennessee Valley, when we visit and experience companies and organizations that keep our region weather-aware.

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086

Sponsorship

Presenting

Gold

Silver

$5,000

$2,500

$1,250

Number of sponsors

Limited to 1

Limited to 2

Limited to 4

Number of attendees

4

2

1

Receive top billing as a sponsor in all pre-publicity (including individual, sponsor-specific posts on CRP social media and the CRP newsletter) that is distributed to nearly 500 recipients - with hyperlinks to your company website

4 (As Presenting Sponsor)

4 (As Gold Sponsor)

4 (As Silver Sponsor)

Recognition on the event registration page

4 (Logo, link to company website)

4 (Name, link to company website)

4 (Name)

Recognition in the event-dedicated eblasts

4 (Logo, on the eblasts)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

4 (Name recognition from sponsor link)

Recognition on event signage/promotional item

4

4

4

Senior executive to serve as emcee of the event and provides welcome/ intro comments

4

Logo recognition on 3 plasma screens in the Chamber building (including the lobby) and other event presentations prior to this event

4

Campaign Sponsorship Price

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 50


Economic Development / Workforce

CRP e-Newsletter (CRP Connect) 2018

YOUR LOGO HERE

This monthly e-newsletter offers high visibility and is sent to all CRP companies and employees located in Cummings Research Park (CRP). The newsletter will keep CRP companies updated on CRP events, news of interest regarding technology and innovation from the companies that call CRP home, as well as other events and items of interest occurring in the park. This newsletter has an average eblast open rate of 31.7% per eblast and an average click rate of 6.8% - well above the nonprofit industry average of 2.5%.

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086

Sponsorship Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Logo prominently displayed in each monthly e-newsletter

Details $3,000 Limited to 4 4

For terms and conditions, see inside cover.

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Economic Development / Workforce

CRP Dedicated eblasts 2018 As Cummings Research Park continues to increase it’s activities and special events, it will send out special event invitations, announcements and notifications via Dedicated eblasts approximately 2-4 times per month to its growing distribution list of nearly 500 individuals.

YOUR LOGO HERE

With your sponsorship of the Dedicated eblasts, your logo will be seen by 1,000 - 2,000 Cummings Research Park-related individuals each month. In addition, Cummings has an average Dedicated eblast open rate of 32.5% well above the 22.9% non-profit industry average. This sponsorship is one of our most visible and remembered marketing assets.

POC: Erin Koshut ekoshut@hsvchamber.org or 256-535-2086

Sponsorship

Details

Campaign Sponsorship Price Number of sponsors Logo displayed on the top of these dedicated eblasts for 12 consecutive months Company logo will be linked to your company website

For terms and conditions, see inside cover. Page 52

D L O

$2,500

Limited to 1

S

4 4


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