98th Annual ASALH Convention
Connect with History and Culture - Become a Sponsor at ASALH’s 98th Annual Conference
ASALH is proud to offer you a wonderful opportunity to become a sponsor at the nation’s largest African American history conference in Jacksonville, FL, October 2-6, 2013. Here is your chance to connect with more than 1,000 educators, historians, history makers, business leaders, universities and students who convene to explore the history and culture of people of African descent! Attendees are offered more than 100 sessions featuring prominent figures in Black cultural studies. ASALH’s 2013 convention is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to diversity, and at the same time promote scholarship that documents the life, history and culture of the African diaspora.
There are several different sponsorship packages for your consideration, ranging from $2,000 - $50,000. Each level brings with it increased visibility and greater recognition throughout the conference. The conference program features special events that garner consumer exposure including:
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The convention’s Opening Reception will be held at the historic Jacksonville Ritz Theater and Museum. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour and visit Black heritage sites of Jacksonville. There are also opportunities to meet speakers who are distinguished in Black cultural studies, or who are national political figures and leaders. ASALH invites sponsors to distribute quality educational and instructional Black history information at the convention. You can choose how you want to participate in this well-attended five-day event. Click here to see details on the sponsorship levels.
We are happy to state that ASALH’s 2012 Convention in Pittsburgh, PA, attracted more than 2,000 people and our audience continues to grow. Conference participation in Jacksonville will be even greater. Your support is important to our success.
Please consider partnering with us as a sponsor and help ASALH continue to educate, celebrate and focus attention on the African American experience.
For more information on becoming a sponsor contact Ms. Alfreda Edwards at 202-238-5910 or by email.