ROcky Mountain Horse Expo
National Western Complex
4655 Humboldt St. Denver, CO
Sponsorship Gives Name Awareness and Generates Brand Exposure
The Rocky Mountain Horse Expo is our revamped Royal Blue Ribbon Sponsorship Program featuring 5 levels of sponsorship packed with promotional and marketing value: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum & Triple Crown
Starting at only $1,500, Bronze level sponsorship offers more than $2,100 worth of marketing at Colorado’s most-exciting, annual, 3-day Equine Expo. The value gets higher with each level up. Take a moment to review the sponsorship levels on the chart below to discover the package that fits within your budget and marketing needs.
Sponsorship perks include premium booth location, first choice placement for advertising, banners & signage are awarded to sponsors on a first-come, first-serve basis. Both Gold and Platinum sponsorship levels even offer naming rights of some of the Expo’s most popular and exciting events, venues and arenas.
For first dibs on the many exciting marketing and promotional options available, book your sponsorship package now!
Event sponsorship gives your brand the opportunity to generate awareness, boost your image and gain exposure. Certain elements of your sponsorship are powerful, including naming rights that put your name and brand on event collateral and marketing materials.
Ever dreamed of the incredible exposure you could have if Colorado’s most-popular, 26-year-old, annual horse expo carried your name and brand? This is now possible for the upcoming 2019 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo and is attainable and affordable compared to the cost of naming rights of equine events of its kind.
The exclusive 2019 ‘Triple Crown Sponsor’ will receive naming rights for the 2019 Rocky Mountain Horse Expo and relish in the incredible exposure naming rights will brings. ‘Triple Crown’ bidding starts at only $25,000 and the highest offer made before January 15, 2019 will be declared the exclusive ‘Triple Crown Sponsor’ for 2019. Every piece of marketing and promotion will have your name on it after January 15, 2019. Naming rights to Colorado’s most-popular, annual equine event is the most powerful investment you can make to promote your organization’s name and brand.
For sponsorship opportunities, email us at email@example.com or phone 303-292-4981.
2019 Royal Blue Ribbon Sponsorship Package
2019 Expo Vendor & Exhibitor Contract
Sample Certificate of Insurance Form
Vendor’s Denver Sales Tax Special License Application
2019 Vendor/Exhibitor’s Informational Package
2019 Tradeshow Vendor Insurance Form
Vendor’s Sales Tax Return Form
Vendor’s Denver Sales Tax Info Flyer
BREDE – Decorator’s Service Manual w/Order Forms
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(Additional entry forms for individual events will be posted as they become available.)
Get your online abstract form completed by October 1, 2018!
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