Become a Sponsor

The prosperity of Soldier Packages is directly related to the success and stability of the businesses in the region.

 

Only with the support of individuals, businesses, and organizations can SoldierPackages.org continue its efforts to attract new opportunities to the region and help existing industries reach their full potential.  Assist us by becoming a partner today.

 

To become sponsor email us.

 

Sponsorship Opportunities


Gold Sponsors - $500+

  • Company Logo on all SoldierPackages promotional materials.

  • Listed on SoldierPackages.org website with your company’s logo and a link to your website on Home Page & Sponsors Page for year.

  • List your company events on our event calendar.

  • SoldierPackages.org Gold Sponsor logo to display on your website.

Silver Sponsors - $300+

  • Company Logo on all SoldierPackages promotional materials.

  • Listed on SoldierPackages.org website with your company’s logo and a link to your website on Sponsors Page for year.

  • List your company events on our event calendar.

  • SoldierPackages.org Silver Sponsor logo to display on your website.

Bronze Sponsors - $100+

  • Listed on SoldierPackages.org website with your company’s text name and a link to your website on Sponsors Page for year.

  • List your company events on our event calendar.

  • SoldierPackages.org Bronze Sponsor logo to display on your website.

Gold Sponsors

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