We are pleased to offer visibility, recognition, and event benefits to acknowledge Symposium sponsors.
In addition to state and federal decision makers, many of the attendees oversee loon conservation groups supported by large and passionate memberships. As a sponsor, you will have a premier opportunity to connect to these influencers, be recognized by the conservation community, and help make a significant difference in advancing loon conservation efforts across the US and abroad.
We invite you to choose the sponsorship that is right for your organization. We thank you for your support and generosity! Below is a description of sponsorship opportunities, or download our sponsorship opportunity brochure.
Platinum Level — $10,000
Gold Level — $5,000
Silver Level — $2,500
This sponsorship helps support the Keynote Address by a prominent guest speaker.
This sponsorship supports the scientific poster presentation/networking event and social that allows researchers to expand their understanding of the scope of work being conducted in loon research.
There are a limited number of tables available for vendors to display product and promotional materials throughout the three-day event. These tables will be prominently positioned in the conference area. Participation will be promoted on the Symposium website with a link to your company website. Includes admission to social event on Monday evening. Vedor tables are available for a $700 fee.
Be part of a year-long loon awareness campaign and enjoy invaluable exposure for your company. Local support fosters good will and showcases community responsibility.
Loon research is enhanced when scientists gather to share information, experiences, and ideas, however funding for scientific research often does not cover participation in important conferences. Your contribution toward this scholarship fund will help provide airfare, lodging, and registration fees for researchers and graduate students from across the Northern Hemisphere. Your sponsorhip will be pooled and dispersed through an application process.
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