A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

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Tomblin Family

Foundation

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Friends of

the Powwow

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY DETAILS

This year's virtual event offers several different sponsorship opportunities that can be customized to meet specific marketing needs. Each package incorporates a variety of promotional activities and effective exposure to increase brand awareness and loyalty while stimulating sales. We also provide valuable post-event reports. 

FESTIVAL NUMBERS

25k+ Site Users

30k+ Instagram Organic Reach

100+ Virtual Dancers

2,600+ Facebook Organic Reach

26k Facebook Paid Reach (Targeted Ads)

BRAND PLACEMENT

Sponsor logo and name recognition prominently featured throughout the virtual festival and in all ICI communications including all press releases and marketing messages. This includes our reach with Google Ad grants of $10,000 per month.

Placement Opportunities

  • Prominent logo placement on paid Facebook ads (reach of 26,000 in Central Texas alone)

  • Logo placement on the back of event shirts on sale during the virtual festival 

  • Logo on the front page of the organizer's website for one year (Special thanks and link to sponsor website)

  • Our popular media blogger (Instagram) will mention and tag Instagram of sponsor as recognition of contribution

  • Dedicated page with brand logo & information published on the website until November 22nd, 2020

  • Dedicated email to the ICI email list (4k recipients) announcing your brand's sponsorship with a link to your website

  • Up to $3k in Google Search Ads for traffic to your landing page, with sign-up options for email collection

SACRED SPRINGS POWWOW

Culturally rich in music, art, dancing, and food. There will be an array of attendees, dancers, traditional musicians, craft vendors, and more viewing the content of this virtual event in the months to come.

FESTIVAL ORGANIZER

Indigenous Cultures Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the research and preservation of the culture of Native Americans indigenous to Texas, collectively known as Coahuiltecans.