Conservation Summit Sponsorship

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Conservation Summit sponsorship provides a premier opportunity to support and be recognized by the Horse Farms Forever community. We are pleased to offer visibility, recognition, and a collection of benefits to thank our sponsors. Don’t miss this special opportunity to network with some of the largest landowners, business owners, and horse farm owners, breeders, and trainers in Marion County.

 

Title Sponsor - $5,000

  • Designated as Title Sponsor
  • Special recognition by emcee
  • Premium Signage at the event
  • Full page ad in event program & prominent logo display
  • Title table designation
  • Exclusive boosted social media shout out as Title Sponsor
  • Website listing and link as Title Sponsor
  • Blog email with exclusive feature to our audience of over 8,000 readers
  • Exclusive Title Sponsor press opportunities

Gold Sponsor - $2,500

  • Premium Signage at the event
  • Half page ad in event program
  • Gold Sponsor table designation
  • Website listing and link as Gold Sponsor
  • Boosted social media shout out as Gold Sponsor
  • Blog email feature as Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor - $1,500

  • Quarter page ad in event program
  • Silver Sponsor table designation
  • Logo on website
  • Group social media shout out
  • Group logo feature on blog

Bronze Sponsor - $500

 

  • Logo in event program
  • Bronze table designation
  • Logo on website
  • Group social media shout out
  • Group logo feature on blog

For more information, email Sara Fennessy, Director of Community Affairs, or call her direct at 859-553-5510.

Corporate Membership

Looking for a way to promote your business throughout the equine community? Becoming a Horse Farms Forever Corporate Member gives you access to our members in Ocala/Marion County and beyond.  Donating to Horse Farms Forever, a registered 501(c)3 with the IRS, reaches our members, friends, and subscribers though our newsletters, social media, advertising, and events.  To learn more or to join please contact our Director of Community Affairs,
Sara Fennessy