Sponsorship Opportunities

Why sponsor the Local Leaders Council?

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The Local Leaders Council is a national bipartisan network of leaders who are championing the development models of tomorrow. These are the leaders who start and spread trends, from creating walkable downtowns and launching start-up incubator space, to leveraging technology for smarter transportation and tackling urban food deserts.

As a sponsor, you will become a part of the movement toward sustainable, equitable, and fiscally responsible community development.

leaders pie chartPartner with us and support the mayors, council members, county officials, and agency directors who are leading on infill and transit-oriented land development, expanding housing choice, and collaborating with each other across the nation to replicate the best practices in infrastructure policy and spending.

For more information about becoming a sponsor contact us at localleaders@smartgrowthamerica.org.

Sponsor the Policy Forum

The Policy Forum is the invitation-only, signature annual event of the Local Leaders Council. Attendees are the decision-makers and thought leaders of their communities, and they influence their colleagues around the country.

Policy Forum 2015: Growing the New Economy will bring together over 100 elected and appointed local leaders on June 1, 2015 in Washington, DC to exchange strategies that lead to healthy, sustainable, inclusive communities and build on local assets, attract new talent, and support existing businesses.

Visibility, awareness, and co-branding opportunities are available through premium and custom sponsorship packages.

More Opportunities

Policy Forum 2015
Sponsor the VIP reception, with your logo on display: $5,000
Sponsor a breakfast, lunch, or coffee break, with your logo on display: $3,000
Include your linked logo on the Forum website: $2,000
Buy a program ad (Quarter/Half/Full page): $1,000/$2,000/$4,000

Local Leaders Council core program
The Local Leaders Council is also seeking sponsors to support the core program which includes bringing regional workshops to leaders; providing a growing library of policy tools and other resources; a speakers bureau for leaders to visit each others’ communities and vouch for strategies that are working back home; a growing database of grants that support smart growth work; a weekly best practices newsletter; and custom technical assistance delivered directly to leaders.

Custom packages based on issue areas such as health, resiliency, economic development, climate change, equity, active transportation, etc. are also available.

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