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The Alzheimer's Association National Capital Area Chapter invites you to become a champion in the fight against Alzheimer's through your sponsorship of the Washington Monuments Luncheon.  Sponsorship opportunities are offered at levels listed below.

For additional information, contact Jennifer Christiano at 703.766.9014 or Jennifer.Christiano@alz.org.
   

Granite Sponsor     $25,000

Two tables of 12 (24 seats) with premier seating
Opportunity to host VIPs at your tables
Visibility and recognition benefits*
     • Full-page color ad on the cover of the Luncheon program
     • Name recognition in formal invitation
     • Formal recognition on stage during Luncheon program
     • Recognition in the Chapter e-newsletter, website and social media


Marble Sponsor $10,000

One table of 12 with prime seating
Opportunity to host VIPs at your table
Visibility and recognition benefits*
     • Full-page B/W ad in the Luncheon program
     • Name recognition in formal invitation
     • Name recognition from stage during Luncheon program
     • Recognition in the Chapter e-newsletter, website and social media


Gold Sponsor $5,000

One table of 10 with priority seating
Visibility and recognition benefits*
     • Full-page B/W ad in the Luncheon program
     • Name recognition in formal invitation
     • Recognition in the Chapter e-newsletter and website


Bronze Sponsor     $3,000

One table of 10 with preferred seating
Visibility and recognition benefits*
     • Half-page B/W ad in the Luncheon program
     • Recognition on the Chapter website


Copper Sponsor     $1,800

One table of 10
Visibility and recognition benefits*
     • Quarter-page B/W ad in the Luncheon program

*pending timely notification and print deadlines


 

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