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Sponsorship Opportunities

Event Sponsorships

Interested in getting additional exposure in our community? People do business with people they know, so help people know you by sponsoring an event! We have numerous opportunities to maximize your exposure while sponsoring a Chamber event. These events are phenomenal opportunities to get your business in front of the community. As a sponsor, your company will automatically gain the publicity and brand recognition it needs to compete in today's competitive environment. By sponsoring a Chamber event, your organization will reach local businesses and community members who recognize and appreciate companies that get involved and help support our community.

For additional information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Melanie Swearengin at 303-838-5711 or click here to email.

285 Winterfest is coming back and the Conifer Chamber Event team is

Interested in sponsoring this event? Click here to email Melanie and reserve your spot!

"It takes a while for a small business to catch on--especially a retail store front that sells books and coffee--offerings that somehow people can live without.  So the old adage it takes money to make money, which I translate to a more modern translation of, it takes investment to see a return, becomes a part of the business model.  But where to invest to get the biggest bang for your buck?  And are you willing to measure qualitative impact as well as quantitative?  Well, what I especially like about being a Sponsor for Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce events is that unlike traditional advertising, being a Sponsor is personal as you have the opportunity to develop face-to-face relationships with potential clientele, who get to literally see the face of the business.  We all know that the relationship between the consumer and the business is what drives success.  So eventually, qualitative and quantitative impact merge into one experience, and boom, you've built business longevity, in large part by being a Sponsor at a CCC event."

Lisa Feldman, Page Turner Book Store

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