Iron Chef Goes Coastal November 13, 2012 Sponsorship

United Way of Clatsop County, in addition to its annual fund raising campaign hosts special events each year to increase the funds for local non-profits providing critical services.  As a sponsor of these events, your business not only receives promotional benefits, but also a piece of the goodwill that comes from being associated with an organization recognized for its important work in the community.

Given the current economic climate, it is no surprise that the need in our Community – for food, clothing, shelter and other most basic things – is greater than ever. Budgets are tight and campaign contributions are lagging and our special events are an important component.  We need your support to continue providing much needed help!

Presenting Sponsor: $6,000+  (previous year’s presenting sponsor has first right of refusal)

Partner: $2,500  

Benefactor: $1,500

Supporter: $1,000

Patron: $500

*See chart outlining sponsor benefits for our next Iron Chef Goes Coastal below.

ABOUT THE EVENT:

Iron Chef Goes Coastal attracts over 600 guests and is in its 5th year. It is held at the Seaside Convention Center with four chefs who draw knives to work as two teams vying for the 2012 Iron Chef goes Coastal title.  This year’s Iron Chef Competitors are: Chef Will LeRoux of the Wayfarer Restaurant, Chef John Newman of Newman’s at 988, Chef Sean Wittaker of the Astoria CoffeeHouse & Bistro and Chef Aaron Bedard of The Stephanie Inn.

The following restaurants will compete to win a space in next year’s competition and provide appetizers.   Baked Alaska Restaurant & Lounge, Astoria Golf & Country Club, Twisted Fish Steakhouse, Maggie’s on the Prom, Bridgewater Bistro to name a few. The top two winners of the “People’s Choice Restaurant” chef’s will challenge this year’s winning team in 2013.

We hope that you will consider sponsoring this top culinary event of the North Coast, your participation will help make a difference in the lives of our neighbor’s right here in Clatsop County.

Partner: $2,500 

  • Recognition as supporting partner
  • Recognition at event during the Power Point Presentation
  • Color logo on all printed material – time sensitive 9/1/12
  • Mention in all press releases
  • Recognition from the stage
  • Banner space inside venue
  • Signage at table
  • Ticket sale outlet
  • Reserved table for ten at the event($1,000 value)

Benefactor: $1,500

  • Recognition as supporting benefactor
  • Recognition at event during the Power Point Presentation
  • Black & white logo on all printed material – time sensitive 9/1/12
  • Mention in all press releases
  • Recognition from the stage
  • Logo printed in Iron Chef Program
  • Banner space inside venue
  • Signage at table
  • Four reserved front row seats ($120 value)

Supporter: $1,000

  • Recognition at event during the Power Point Presentation
  • Recognition from the stage
  • Logo printed in Iron Chef Program
  • Banner space inside venue
  • Signage at table
  • Four general admission seats ($120 value)

Patron: $500

  • Recognition at event during the Power Point Presentation
  • Recognition from the stage
  • Logo printed in Iron Chef Program
  • Banner space inside venue
  • Signage at table
  • Two general admission seats  ($60 value)
Presenting Sponsor: $6,000+   Previous year’s presenting sponsor has first right of refusal
  1. Recognition as presenting sponsor
  2. One spot on Judge’s Panel
  3. Recognition at event during the Power Point Presentation
  4. Color logo on all printed material – time sensitive 9/1/12
  5. 6000 campaign brochures panel & colored logo
  6. Logo printed in Iron Chef Program
  7. Mention in all press releases
  8. Recognition from the stage
  9. Recognition on outdoor marque
  10. Recognition on Fox 12 & PDX TV with Chole Houser
  11. Banner space inside venue
  12. Signage at table
  13. Ticket sale outlet
  14. Display of Iron Chef Trophy
  15. Reserved table for ten at the event(1000 value)
  16. Reserved balcony suite for 16 guests (1500 value)

 

 

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