Join us as a Sponsor and get exposure at two great events!
Forgotten Coast en Plein Air and Plein Air South
Sponsorship over $1000 can be tailored to your company's individual needs. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Sponsorship benefits include the following:
Inclusion in the Commemorative Collectors’ Guide, a full color 8.5”x 11’’ publication detailing the 12th year of Forgotten Coast en Plein Air activities and accomplishments and the second Plein Air South Regional Gathering. 15,000 copies will be distributed to the international plein air community. The guide will presented at the National Plein Air Convention in San Diego, California at our event showcase booth in the Exhibition Hall. The Guide will be distributed throughout the Southeast and accessible to a global market via the website as well as promoted online through our social media resources.
Your logo and hyperlink from our Online Gallery and interactive websites is included. Our gallery sites are known as a standard for plein air events, being the first and one of the few online galleries which posts art in real time as it is delivered to the Wetroom. The website is viewed internationally with growth in from Australia, Brazil and Canada. In the USA, the strongest increase of users is from New York, California and Illinois. A social media specialist is contracted to maximize exposure with a Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest campaign. Sponsors will also be highlighted on the Plein Air South website, www.yallcomepaint.org.
Promotional and collateral materials will be used to enhance the brand and encourage attendance throughout the 10-day event and PleinAir South’s 4-day gathering of Plein Air artists. Posters, rack cards, postcards, electronic mailers, event signage, and banners are used to recognize sponsors and community partners. Organizing Partners and Event Sponsors qualify for this level of recognition.
The “Plein Air Marketplace” will provide sponsors an opportunity to display, share, and sell plein air-related products/services to hundreds of attending artists and enthusiasts. Located in the Apalachicola Center for History, Culture and Art, a fully restored 1830's cotton warehouse in the center of Historic Apalachicola, the “Market Place” will feature product and sponsor demonstrations, an artist hospitality station, and painting exhibits to ensure a high traffic venue.