2021 National Election Law Seminar Sponsorship Packages

 

All sponsors will receive an invitation to an exclusive dinner on Thursday, August 12,
with our featured speakers and RNLA leadership.

 

Gold Sponsor - $10,000

  • Admission up to 15 attendees to the seminar.
  • Elite recognition of your law firm - logo featured on multiple displays at the seminar.
  • Priority seating at both keynote lunch presentations, including a seat at the head table.
  • Special acknowledgement of your firm by master of ceremonies during program.
  • Option to setup law firm promotional materials at table near check-in.
  • Firm’s logo showcased on the RNLA website.
  • Exceptional RNLA sponsorship gifts including customized cufflinks and silk scarves.
  • Complimentary one-year membership for three lawyers at Sustaining Level ($900 value).

 

Silver Sponsor - $5,000

  • Admission up to 10 attendees to the seminar.
  • Special recognition of your law firm - logo on display at seminar and RNLA website.
  • Priority seating at both keynote lunch presentations.
  • Option to setup law firm promotional materials at table near check-in.
  • Acknowledgement of your firm in remarks by master of ceremonies during program.
  • Exceptional RNLA sponsorship gifts including customized cufflinks and silk scarves.
  • Complimentary one-year membership for one lawyer at Sustaining Level ($300 value).

 

Bronze Sponsor - $2,500

  • Admission up to 5 attendees to the seminar.
  • Recognition of your law firm - logo on display at the seminar and RNLA website.
  • Priority seating at one keynote lunch presentation.
  • Sponsorship gifts specialized for Republican lawyers.

 

Seminar Sponsor - $1,000

  • Admission up to 2 attendees to the seminar.
  • Recognition of your law firm - logo on display at the seminar and RNLA website.
  • Sponsorship gifts specialized for Republican lawyers.

 

 

For sponsorships at the $10,000 level - please contact Christina Norton at [email protected].

Donations to the RNLA are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.
The RNLA is a non-profit organization organized under section 527 of the Internal Revenue Code.

This event is not a fundraiser. Ticket sales and sponsorships offset the cost of hosting this event. RNLA provides opportunities for its members to meet and hear from Republican and conservative leaders. 

 

Contributions are not tax deductible.