We’re now building partnerships for 2018.
Sponsor Free Movement
Join us in building a culture of health and racial justice.
This is your opportunity to share in the mission, impact, and success of Free Movement Conference 2018 for Social and Racial Justice by becoming a sponsor. Free Movement Conference 2018, which convenes in Wilmington, North Carolina from March 23-25, offers a diverse selection of cash, media, and in-kind sponsorship properties and levels. The event will include the third annual Black Man Running 5K, and offers your organization the opportunity to associate itself with the power of the arts, and with envisioning a community that values health, inclusiveness, and racial justice.
We'll be pleased to provide you with a customized proposal based on your needs as a sponsor. Sponsor Free Movement Week
Presenting Sponsorship benefits - commensurate with investment level - can include "presented by" credit, signage, web and marketing exposure and activation, logo on t-shirts, exclusivity, conference and race registrations, and exhibit space.
For best activation, we recommend committing to a sponsorship by February 28, 2018
To download complete Free Movement and Black Man Running 5K sponsorship information, click here: Sponsor Free Movement Project Week 2018
Our 2017 Sponsors
Presenting Sponsor Opportunities Include
Additional Sponsorship Levels and Opportunities
In-Kind needs include merchandise, snacks (e.g. granola, trail mix, energy bars), bottled water, media placements, and other items for which race organizers would have to pay otherwise.
Media sponsorships will be based on the value of advertising and promotion provided by the sponsor.
Merchandise sponsorships can be in-kind or cash. In addition to the level sponsor benefits below, merchandise sponsors can receive logo or name on sponsored merchandise.
Opportunities also include t-shirts, water, photo, coffee stations, race prizes, keynote speech, and hotel shuttle.
For more information or to secure your property, contact:
Email art@ artmenius.com
This project is made possible, in part, through grants from the Network of Ensemble Theaters' Travel & Exchange Network (NET/TEN), supported by lead funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.