BlackRock Center for the Arts Gala Sponsorship


We are asking you to mark your calendar now for this year’s Gala - May 17, 2019 - where we will share BlackRock’s vision and vibrant plans for the years ahead. Your leadership is critical to our future, so we ask you to become a BlackRock Gala Sponsor. One benefit of an early commitment would be your recognition on all Gala marketing materials and invitations throughout the next six months, clearly maximum exposure.

Sponsorship Type
   $3,000 – Bronze Sponsor
  -  Tickets for 4 people.
  -  Recognition on website, invitation, and playbill
  -  Verbal Recognition from podium at Gala
   $5,000 – Silver Sponsor
  -  Tickets for 6 people.
  -  Recognition on website, invitation, and playbill
  -  Signage with logo in BlackRock lobby
  -  Verbal Recognition from podium at Gala
   $7,500 – Gold Sponsor
  -   Table for ten (10)
  -  Recognition on all Gala Collateral
  -  Verbal Recognition from podium at Gala
   $10,000 – Platinum Sponsor
  -  Table for 10
  -  Recognition on website, invitation, and playbill
  -  Signage with logo in BlackRock lobby
  -  Verbal Recognition from podium at Gala

 


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