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The Alzheimer's Association Greater Wisconsin Chapter utilizes sponsors for all major events and conferences to help defray the costs of the events. In exchange for this type of support, sponsors are typically offered benefits such as logo presence on advertising and print materials, tickets to our local events and public mention. Sponsorship benefits vary according to event size and location and are neither limited to nor all inclusive of the above mentioned examples. More complete details of these benefits are available upon request.

There are various sponsorship opportunities available in the Greater Wisconsin Chapter throughout the year. These opportunities are available for both chapter-wide events, as well as those taking place at a local level through our Outreach Offices.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact our Development and Marketing Director at dbutz@alz.org.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SPONSORS FOR YOUR CONTINUOUS SUPPORT.


 

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