The hottest topic in advertising and marketing today is “Green.” The auto industry has introduced alternative fuel cars, architects design Leeds certified “Green” buildings, manufacturers promote “Eco-Friendly” merchandise and packaging and organic produce is crowding grocery store shelves.
Now your company has an opportunity to sponsor an innovative, multi-media art-for-conservation exhibition, Guardians of the Everglades®, which focuses on the survival of the Florida Everglades. In July, the President said he is making “restoring the Everglades a national priority.” Show your customers and clients that the Everglades is one of your priorities by supporting this unique, creative approach to the conservation of this vital, yet severely threatened, ecosystem.
Central to the multi-media exhibition and documentary are Nicholas Petrucci’s 72 x 42 inch portraits of living individuals dedicated to protecting the Everglades, photographer Connie Bransilver’s eight foot silk prints of native orchids and other endangered species, and photographer and Everglades Guardian Clyde Butcher’s immense landscape photographs. Images of moving water projected onto the floor and video clips that bring the guardians and the landscape alive add to the excitement of this Everglades experience.
The Benefits of Supporting Guardians of the Everglades®:
- Consumer and Client respect for your commitment to environmental awareness and preservation
- Consumer, Client and Employee pride in your support of fine art and innovation
- National exposure during a three-year, multi-state tour
- Your logo on all complementary products, including a DVD, table-top and digital book, as well as our website and social media sites
For detailed sponsorship information: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Great article. Congratulations. It occurred to me that what makes the guardian project unique is that these are really the Guardians' guardians. Selected by guardians themselves. Not by some politically correct committee. Insiders who have been there. There is a 'genuine' factor at work here that is unique. Proud to be part of it all." - Ed Carlson, Director Emeritus of Audubon's Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary