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Sponsorship PackageShowcase Your Business
  • You can make a difference by partnering with
  • The City of Opa-Locka
  • We believe that no event will give the kind of
    sponsor promotion we provide. Top sponsors will
    receive extensive advertising and promotion
    throughout Miami-Dade, Broward Palm Beach
    counties and nationally, along with an array of
    other VIP services and amenities private
    concierge for your guests at the festival with
    specialized catering. Exclusive backstage
    meetings with the artists, autographed posters,
    shirts or other promotional items, gift packs for
    your guests, and so many other things ...
  • We have a number of sponsorship options,
    including those on the following pages.

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Presidential (Title) Sponsor 25,000
  • On stage acknowledgement
  • 20 VIP backstage passes 20 Passes to Hail to the
    Chief Parade Kick-Off Reception. Company name
    and logo on event and promotional material.
    Company name and logo on event website plus a
    link to your web page, 15 signed/autographed
    Hail to the Chief Parade posters by
    participants in event
  • National, Regional and local internet marketing
    and promotions
  • (where available)
  • Photographs with actors, artists and/or cast
    members private VIP hospitality area complete
    with complimentary food and beverage reserved for
    Presenting sponsor. Actors and artist to visit
    VIP area throughout event Company name and logo
    to be included on flyers, signage/banners in
    Miami-Dade, Broward Counties. Banner and
    branding opportunities within the parade route
    and main event. Recognition in
    invitation-related materials sent to major
    contributors
  • As our presenting sponsor, we may be able to
    offer alternative options within this package to
    assure your company/organization receives maximum
    exposure throughout this event. Please discuss
    this with your
  • sponsorship representative.

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Platinum Sponsor 15,000
  • On stage acknowledgement (3)
  • 4 thirty-second public address announcements /
    advertisements during the event
  • 15 VIP tickets to event and invitation to
    hospitality area, 15 VIP backstage passes, 10
    Passes to Hail to the Chief" Kick-Off Reception
  • Company name and logo on event marketing
    materials
  • Company name and logo on event website plus a
    link to your web page, signed/autographed Hail
    to the Chief" poster by participants in the event
    . Regional and local advertisements, features
    and promotions (where available) Company name and
    logo to be included on all flyers,
    signage/banners in Miami-Dade and Broward
    Counties. Regional and local advertisements,
    features and promotions (where available)
  • Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Banner and
    branding opportunities within the event venues
  • Recognition in invitation-related materials sent
    to major contributors
  • As our under study sponsor we may be able to
    offer alternative options within this package to
    assure your company/organization receives maximum
    exposure throughout this event. Please discuss
    this with your sponsorship representative.

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Gold Sponsor10,000
  • On stage acknowledgement
  • 2 thirty-second public address announcements /
    advertisements during the event
  • 10 VIP tickets to event and invitation to
    hospitality area, 10 VIP backstage passes, 5
    Passes to Hail to the Chief" Kick-Off Reception
  • Company name and logo on event marketing
    materials
  • Company name and logo on event website plus a
    link to your web page, signed/autographed Hail
    to the Chief" Parade poster by participants in
    the event . Regional and local advertisements,
    features and promotions (where available) Company
    name and logo to be included on all flyers,
    signage/banners in Miami-Dade and Broward
    Counties. Regional and local advertisements,
    features and promotions (where available)
  • Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Banner and
    branding opportunities within the event venues
  • Recognition in invitation-related materials sent
    to major contributors
  • As our under study sponsor we may be able to
    offer alternative options within this package to
    assure your company/organization receives maximum
    exposure throughout this event. Please discuss
    this with your sponsorship representative.

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SilverSponsor5,000
  • On stage acknowledgement
  • 2 thirty-second public address announcements /
    advertisements during the event
  • 5 VIP tickets to event and invitation to
    hospitality area, 5 VIP backstage passes, 2
    Passes to Hail to the Chief" Kick-Off Reception
  • Company name and logo on event marketing
    materials
  • Company name and logo on event website plus a
    link to your web page, signed/autographed Hail
    to the Chief " Parade poster by participants in
    the event . Regional and local advertisements,
    features and promotions (where available) Company
    name and logo to be included on all flyers,
    signage/banners in Miami-Dade and Broward
    Counties. Regional and local advertisements,
    features and promotions (where available)
  • Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Banner and
    branding opportunities within the event venues
  • Recognition in invitation-related materials sent
    to major contributors
  • As our under study sponsor we may be able to
    offer alternative options within this package to
    assure your company/organization receives maximum
    exposure throughout this event. Please discuss
    this with your sponsorship representative.

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Street Sponsor2,500
  • 1 thirty-second promotion/announcement during the
    main event
  • 3 VIP invitations to hospitality area.
  • 2 VIP backstage passes, 2 Passes to Kick-Off
    Reception
  • Company name and logo on event marketing
    materials.Company name and logo on event website
    plus a link to your web page
  • Company name and logo to be included on
    signage/banners in Miami-Dade and Broward
    Counties Banner and branding opportunities within
    the event venue Recognition in
    invitation-related materials sent to major
    contributors
  • As our extra sponsor, we may be able to offer
    alternative options within this package to assure
    your company/organization receives maximum
    exposure throughout this event. Please discuss
    this with your sponsorship representative.

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Grassroots Sponsors
  • The Growth of Urban Theatre Community Sponsors
  • This is you chance to become a part in history
    Sponsorship packages have been created for the
    small business owner looking for more business
    exposure. Join us a grassroots Sponsor as we help
    your business grow and historically make a mark
    in theatrical history
  • Street Sign Sponsor 250
  • . 1 announcement during the main event
  • Flag Pole Sponsor 500
  • . 2 announcement during the main event
  • Banner Sponsor 1,500
  • 2 thirty-second promotion/announcement during the
    main event
  • 2 VIP invitations to hospitality area.
  • 2 Passes to Kick-Off Reception
  • .

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The Event Supporters
  • Event Chair Commissioner
  • Dorothy "Dottie" Johnson  
  •         Event Honorary Co-Chairs
  • Retired Congresswoman Carrie P. Meek
  • Vice Mayor Myra Taylor
  • Congressman Kendrick B. Meek
  • Senator Fredricka S. Wilson
  • Senator Larcenia Bullard
  • State Representative Oscar Braynon
  • State Representative Yolly Robeson
  • State Representative James Bush III
  • Chairman of The Board of County
    Commissioners,Dennis C. Moss
  • Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan
  • Commissioner Audrey Edmonson
  • Commissioner Rose Tydus
  • Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones
  • Mayor Carlos Alvarez
  • Mayor Shirley Gibson

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The Host City
  • It is hard to imagine that the City of Opa-Locka
    was once comparable to todays South Beach.
    Opa-Locka began as a vision of Glen Curtiss, the
    man responsible for developing the cities of
    Miami Springs and Hialeah. Occupying 4.2 miles in
    northern Miami Dade County, Opa-Locka is a page
    out of Arabian nights boasting one of the
    greatest collections of Moorish architecture in
    the Western Hemisphere. Curtiss approached
    Bernhardt Muller in 1925 about helping him create
    a city that was beautiful and unique, yet
    distinct from the Spanish Mediterranean
    architecture that dominated cities such as Coral
    Gables. The name Opa-Locka is derived from an
    Indian word Opatishawockalocka meaning a big
    island covered with many trees and swamps. By
    1921 Curtiss shortened the name to Opa-Locka.
    Curtiss wanted Opa-Locka to be the most perfect
    city that planning and engineering could achieve
    and the most beautiful art man could
    conceive.  The City of Opa-Locka was incorporated
    in 1926. Curtis built more than 100 buildings
    with an array of domes, minarets, and outdoor
    staircases between 1925 and 1928 during Floridas
    land boom years. The streets bore names the
    characters from Arabian nights such as Sharazad,
    Alibaba, and Aladdin. In its early days,
    Opa-Locka was an all-white community that
    attracted middle class home buyers. The city had
    its own airport, zoo, golf course, archery club,
    and swimming pool. Shortly after the 1926
    hurricane, which destroyed many of the
    structures, the U.S Navy opened a base at
    Opa-Locka Airport. The City began to decline when
    the Navy pulled out following World War II during
    the 1950s. By the 1980s, the white middle class
    was moving out and the working middle class was
    moving in. The area became settled by black
    laborers who laid railroad tracks for the
    Seaboard rail line. Following this transition The
    City has experienced a sharp decline, become one
    of the most violent and poverty stricken
    communities in South Florida. The City has become
    a mix of residential, commercial and industrial
    zones with the Opa-Locka airport being its best
    known landmark.Community Dynamics  Under the
    direction of Mayor Joseph Kelly, city officials
    have vowed to turn the city around by focusing on
    crime prevention, cleaning up around the city,
    and reaching financial stability. Despite the
    plague of problems The City has encountered in
    the past, the city is trying to regain the spirit
    it was founded with in the 1920s.  

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Information
  • For Sponsorship Contact
  • Mrs. Debra Irby
  • Events and Media Coordinator
  • City of Opa-Locka City Hall
  • 777 Sharazad Boulevard
  • Opa-Locka, FL33054
  • Tel 305-953-2800, 2801
  • For Event Information Call
  • Hotline 1.877.947.6877
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