Final Two Sponsorship Workshops Planned For Late April

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Brent Barootes  is back with even more tools to help ensure that your hardworking community initiatives can continue to be a success through sponsorship. 

North Peace Savings is proud to welcome back Brent from the Partnership Group – Sponsorship Specialists. With over 25 years of experience in sponsorship marketing, Brent will share his wealth of knowledge through a series of workshops. Taking place April 28 & 29 at the Pomeroy Hotel and Conference Center, participants will continue to develop additional skills and training in generating more money from their sponsorship programs. 

More Art of Sponsorship will cover different topics than the last series, making it welcoming to both new and seasoned attendees. Session one will cover BuildingProposals that Sell while session two will review Fulfillment, Activation, and Summits. Each one day workshop is structured with hands on practical training combined with leading edge industry examples on a variety of topics. 

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These last two sessions will complete the four-part, one day workshop series by the Partnership Group – Sponsorship Specialists. With seating having reached maximum capacity during the first sessions, North Peace Savings was thrilled to see several organizations participate from various regions. “Hosting The Art of Sponsorshipworkshops provides an opportunity for not just one, but several organizations to develop the tools and skills for successful sponsorship marketing,” expressed Mitchel Chilcott, CEO, North Peace Savings and Credit Union. “By investing in the community, we build strong people to build even stronger communities.”

Space is limited with spots filling quickly. The cost of each session is $30 or $50 for both days. For more information or to register, please visit www.npscu.ca or contact [email protected].

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