Sponsorship Benefits for Arts♥NRV 2024

Sponsor Benefits 1,3 Presenting Sponsor $3,000 (One only) Outside Food Court and Wine Garden Sponsor (Up to two sponsors): $2,000 Platinum $1,750 Gold $1,000 Silver $500 Bronze $250  Patron $50
On-site booth Outside          
Company Banner Displayed in Event Lobby in designated food court/wine garden in Event Lobby        
Sponsor Name and Logo on event press release      
Sponsor Name Acknowledgement on Radio/TV Interviews    
Sponsor Name and logo on social media and website    
4-1/2″Wide x 7-1/2″Tall (Full page) Ad in art show program 2  (Back Cover)          
4-1/2″Wide x 3-3/4″ Tall (Half page) Ad in art show program2           
2-1/4″Wide x 3-3/4″Tall (Quarter page) Ad in art show program2           
Logo or Name in art show program            
Name and Logo on Sponsor Board in Lobby  
Glasses of Wine from Event Wine Garden   Six (may be used and distributed to patrons or employees)         Two Per Patron

1 Sponsorships are not tax deductible. A sponsor receipt will be provided

2 Camera-ready ad provided by Sponsor
3 Sponsorships are non-refundable

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  Or Click ArtsNRV Sponsorship Form to fill out form online and send check . To complete the Sponsorship process, please   make sure that:
  • All information on the form is complete and signed.
  • Check enclosed  in full amount made payable to: The Montgomery Museum  
  • Memo line states ArtsNRV sponsorship

About the Montgomery Museum of Art & History 

The Montgomery Museum of Art and History is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of Montgomery County, Virginia and the region and also to the promotion of art by regional artists. To this end the museum sponsors 7 art exhibits annually, two of which are student art and also hosts environmental art on the spacious grounds. The museum pursues its mission with an extensive library archive including over 10,000 photographs, rotating history exhibits, and an important collection of mid-19th century folk art by Lewis Miller who chronicled life and landscapes in Montgomery County and across Virginia as well as other states. For more information, contact: Casey Jenkins, Executive Director; Montgomery Museum of Art & History; 300 South Pepper Street, Christiansburg, VA 24073; Tel: (540) 382-5644; Email: director@montgomerymuseum.org