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Sponsorship Information

$5,000 – Platinum Sponsorship

Private breakfast with Ken Blanchard and other speakers

Five complimentary tickets to private breakfast

Sixteen complimentary tickets to conference

Reserved table with preferred seating at conference

Recognition on table placard

Vendor table at event

Full-page ad in program materials

Web recognition with link to business

$2,500 – Gold Sponsorship

Sixteen complimentary tickets to conference

Reserved table with preferred seating at conference

Recognition on table placard

Vendor table at event

Full-page ad in program materials

Web recognition with link to business

$1,000 – Silver Sponsorship

Eight complimentary tickets to event

Reserved table with preferred seating at conference

Recognition on table placard

Half-page ad in program materials

Web recognition with link to business

For  more information on how you can become a sponsor of the 2010 Leadership Conference, please contact the Department of Leadership Studies at 724-847-2715 or msol@geneva.edu


 

Point of Excellence

Biblical Studies professors Drs. Byron Curtis, Jonathan Watt and Scott Shidemantle are regular presenters of papers at professional conferences, and have recent publications in the area of Hebrew Bible and the Greek New Testament
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