2016 Conference Sponsorships

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Sponsorships

We have sponsoring opportunities for your business. Sponsoring entities may place their signage and logos prominently at the locations or events they are sponsoring. Company logos will also appear on symposium signage as well. Include your brochures, product samples, and marketing items in our goody bag. Contact, Matt McClure at matt@dekmax.com  / 801-390-9600 or Tonya Dodge at treasurer@csi-slc.org / 801-529-6013 for more information. 

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  • Breakfast Sponsors: $500 - 2 Available
    • Company Logo/Advertisement on Centerpieces at each Table
    • Company Logo on Advertisements and Invites for Symposium
    • Large Company Logo on the Main Symposium Banners
    • Company Advertisement in the Symposium Program
    • Company Marketing Items included in Goody Bags
    • Company Logo on Chapter Website
    • 10 Guest Voucher Tickets
    • Trusted Advisor Course
  • Lunch Sponsors: $500 - 2 Available
    • Company Logo/Advertisement on Centerpieces at each Table
    • Company Logo on Advertisements and Invites for Symposium
    • Large Company Logo on the Main Symposium Banners
    • Company Advertisement in the Symposium Program
    • Company Marketing Items included in Goody Bags
    • Company Logo on Chapter Website
    • 10 Guest Voucher Tickets
    • Trusted Advisor Course
  • Breakfast Keynote Speaker Sponsors: $400 - 1 Breakfast Available
    • Introduction of Keynote Speaker
    • Company Information and Signage at Stage
    • Company Logo on Symposium Advertisements and Invites
    • Large Company Logo on the Main Symposium Banners
    • Company Advertisement in the Symposium Program
    • Company Marketing Items included in Goody Bags
    • Company Logo on Chapter Website
    • 10 Guest Voucher Tickets
    • Trusted Advisor Course
  • Speaker Sponsors: $400 - 5 Available
    • Introduction of Speaker
    • Company Information and Signage in Breakout Class Room
    • Company Logo on Symposium Advertisements and Invites
    • Large Company Logo on the Main Symposium Banners
    • Company Advertisement in the Symposium Program
    • Company Marketing Items included in Goody Bags
    • Company Logo on Chapter Website
    • 10 Guest Voucher Tickets
    • Trusted Advisor Course
  • General Sponsors: $300
    • Company Logo on Symposium Advertisements and Invites
    • Company Logo on the Main Symposium Banners
    • Company Logo in the Symposium Program
    • 10 Guest Voucher Tickets
    • Trusted Advisor Course

Fundraising Banquet

Friday, April 1, 2016 - 8:00pm - Gallivan Center

After the Symposium we will be hosting a Fundraising Banquet for the University of Utah DesignBuildBluff Program. The program provides students with an opportunity to design and build a full-scale work of architecture in collaboration with the Navajo People. We are asking for sponsors to cover the cost of the Banquet so that all attendance fees can go to the DesignBuildBluff Program.

Link below with more information about the Program.

  • Sponsorship Includes the Following: $500
    • Company Logo/Advertisement on Centerpieces at each Table
    • Company Logo on Advertisements and Invites for Banquet and Symposium
    • Place at Banquet to set up display and literature
    • Large Company Logo on the Main Symposium Banners
    • Company Advertisement in the Symposium Program
    • Company Marketing Items included in Goody Bags
    • Company Logo on Chapter Website
    • 10 Guest Voucher Tickets
    • Trusted Advisor Course 

Trusted Advisor Course - Free course for Sponsors

Presenter: David W. Vaughan

Explore the purpose of trust in the relationship between product reps and designers, and the use of networks, knowledge, and integrity in building trust.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand why architects emphasize “trust” and “honesty” when they discuss product representatives, and the opening this creates for representatives to offer and have adopted a professional opinion.
  • Understand the role of grounded knowledge and confidence in succeeding in product representation.
  • Evaluate and improve the ROI of common trust-building activities, including lunch-n-learns, sponsorships, and golf outings.
  • Learn now and when to challenge the design team.
  • Calculate the actual return you must have on your time.
  • Develop a strategy for using time effectively.
  • Discuss when and how to use a proprietary presentation.
  • Evaluate the role of contractors, installers, and other people outside the design team in your network.
  • Learn to use your network to build trust in you.
  • Understand how product representatives are sherpas in construction, and develop #RepPride.
  • Handle substitution requests whether you made the request, your competitor made the request.
  • Confront a lock-out spec.

 

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