Three top-flight events offer three top-flight sponsorship opportunities
By LVEDC Staff on February 19, 2014
And we are pleased to offer three high-profile events in the next 30 days that are all killer – with no filler!
Each event offers your company outstanding promotional opportunities that not only support regional economic development, but will also place your organization in front of an audience featuring many of the top business and political leaders in Lehigh Valley.
For as little as $500 you can stand out and increase your company’s profile at the following events.
Thursday, Feb. 27, 7:30 a.m. at Coca-Cola Park, Allentown
2014 State of the County Address by Lehigh County Executive Tom Muller
County Executive Muller will step up to the plate deliver his first major address in the scenic setting of the suite level reception area of Coca-Cola Park.
Wednesday, March 12, 7:30 a.m. at The Gates Center of Northampton Community College, Bethlehem Township
2014 State of the County Address by Northampton County Executive John Brown
County Executive Brown will drop some serious knowledge and deliver his first major address on the campus of the county’s scenic community college.
Wednesday, March 19 at 5 p.m. at State Theater, Easton.
LVEDC will host its Annual Investor Meeting
This annual gathering is typically attended by 300 of the region’s top economic development and business professionals. This year’s meeting will feature a keynote address by Jay Garner, principal of Garner Economics of Atlanta, Ga., a nationally-recognized expert in assessing a region’s economic development strengths and developing strategic plans.
For a PDF that lists the complete sponsorship opportunities and benefits, contact John McGran at [email protected] or 610-266-7682.
We urge you to act fast – sponsorship spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
LVEDC is appreciative of your sponsorship of our important events – and for your desire to help support economic development initiatives here in the Lehigh Valley.
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