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Platinum Sponsorship $5,000
- 2X Logo (Top) w/ link all Marketing Material
- Receive Two Tables (superior placement)
- 1 Full Page Ad in the Program Booklet
- 1 Seat at Head Table with keynote speaker
- Company Banner

ne-arc

Title Sponsors $2500

- Logo (Top) w/ link on all Marketing Material
- One Table (superior placement) with Signage
- 1/2 Page Ad in 2013 Program Booklet
+ More


cabot

CP

nscc

peoples_united

randl

ronan

SSU

td bank

tintilaw

Corporate Table
Sponsors at $1350

- Logo (Mid) w/ link on Marketing Material
- One Table
of ten with Signage
- 1/
4 Page Ad in 2013 Program Booklet + More

bevcoop

bevhosp

bond

bpbt

wells fargo

century

conn

cummings

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EBSCO

endicott

energi

excelerate

fib

gmf

mclane

nsbank

nsmc

ots

salemfive

SP

ymca

zampell

2013 Annual Dinner
Tues., November 19
- 5:00-8:00pm
Danversport Yacht Club
107 R Elliott Street Route 62 E
Danvers, MA 01923


kim driscollKeynote Speaker
Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll


CLICK HERE to Reserve your Annual Dinner Tickets, Tables
& Sponsorships today. Or Call (978) 774-8565.

Kimberley Driscoll has been Mayor of Salem since 2006 and is the City’s first woman Mayor. She has led the City through several years of progress, growth, balanced budgets, and improved service delivery.

Prior to being elected Mayor she served two terms on the Salem City Council and as the Deputy City Manager and Chief Legal Counsel for the City of Chelsea, Massachusetts.

Mayor Driscoll has an extensive background in planning and land use development, having worked as a real estate and commercial development attorney in private practice and as the Community Development Director for the City of Beverly and an Assistant Planner for the City of Salem.

Mayor Driscoll has professionalized all aspects of local government in Salem. In her first year in office she stabilized the City’s declining fiscal health, transforming a multi-million dollar deficit into a balanced budget. Since then she has consistently created balanced, performance-focused budgets and been able to rebuild the City’s reserve accounts in a robust fashion.

A previous president of the Massachusetts Mayors Association, she has professionalized service delivery through program and outcomes evaluation, reorganizing City offices to reduce waste and inefficiencies, and the implementation of management “best practices” for all City departments.

By aggressively pursuing over $124 million in state and federal grants, reforming municipal health insurance to reduce costs, utilizing shared purchasing and services contracts, and advocating for responsible growth opportunities, Mayor Driscoll has fought to stabilize property taxes on Salem residents, while simultaneously investing in programs and projects to strengthen quality of life in the City.

Mayor Driscoll has been a leader in improving the transparency of City government and the level of constituent service and civic engagement in the community through technology, an updated City website, and the use of social media and smartphone apps.

Mayor Driscoll has initiated numerous projects throughout the City that enhance Salem’s reputation as a wonderful community to live, work, and visit. From establishing a city-owned ferry service to and from Boston, to overseeing the redevelopment of the Salem Power Plant site – from working with state officials to create a new court complex and forthcoming commuter rail station and garage to fighting for a new City Senior Center – Mayor Driscoll has been a leader for projects that strengthen and improve Salem.

The success of these public projects has led to renewed interest and investment in Salem, both within the downtown and throughout the City, spurring economic and job growth, increased community vitality from arts and cultural activities, and the transformation of Salem into a desirable destination both for visitors and those looking to relocate to one of Massachusetts’ “Best Places to Live,” according to Boston Magazine in 2013.

Mayor Driscoll currently lives on Glenn Avenue with her husband, Nick, and their three children, Delaney, Ailish, and Nicholas.



2013 SPONSORSHIPS
Presenting Sponsorship At $10,000
- Industry Exclusive Within Category
- Logo
4X Size (Top) w/ link all Marketing Material
(Email Blasts, Website, Press Releases, Cover of Program Booklet and all on-site Keynote promotions)
- Receive Two Tables of 10 (front row) with Signage
- Verbal Recognition in Dinner Remarks
- 2 Full Page Center Spread Ad in Program Booklet
- 2 Seats at Head Table with keynote speaker
- 2-Minute Verbal Welcome to audience
- Company Banner behind head table
- Company
Logo in Slideshow Loop

Platinum Sponsorship At $5,000
- 2X Logo (Top) w/ link on all Marketing Material
(Email Blasts, Website, Press Releases, Cover of Program Booklet and all on-site Keynote promotions)
- Receive Two Tables (superior placement) with Signage
- Verbal Recognition in Dinner Remarks
- 1 Full Page Ad in the Program Booklet
- 1 Seat at Head Table with keynote speaker
- Company Banner to right or left side of head table
- Company Logo in Slideshow Loop

Title Sponsorship At $2,500
- Logo w/ link on all Marketing Material
(Email Blasts, Website, Press Releases, Inside Program Booklet and all on-site Keynote promotions)
- Receive One Table (superior placement) with Signage
- Verbal Recognition in Dinner Remarks
- 1/2 Page Ad in the 201
3 Program Booklet
- Company Logo in Slideshow Loop


Corporate Table Sponsorship At $1,350
-
Logo (Middle) or Name Listed on all Marketing Material
(Email Blasts, Website, Press Releases, Inside Program Booklet and all on-site Keynote promotions)
- Receive One Table of 10 with Signage
- 1/4 page Ad in the 201
3 Program Booklet
- Company Name in Slideshow Loop

All Sponsorship
s include an Ad for Your Firm in the Evening Program Booklet.

Individual Tickets At $150 each


CLICK HERE to Reserve your Tickets, Tables or Sponsorships or call (978) 774-8565

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