Sponsorship of the Antelope Valley Astronomy Club has many benefits, some of which are:
- Targeted exposure for your organization to amateur astronomers and direct links on our club website.
- Your organization’s logo, web link and recognition in our award-winning monthly newsletter, Desert Sky Observer
- Monthly recognition at our club meetings and at our frequent club events and community outreach presentations
The Antelope Valley Astronomy Club, Inc. offers four levels of sponsorship.
- Our basic level of sponsorship, the Solar System Level package includes website exposure and monthly newsletter recognition for just $50.
- The Galaxy Level package includes all of the above, recognition at our many club events, plus three free half page ads in our newsletter, the Desert Sky Observer. Your organization can have all the benefits of the Galaxy package for $100.
- The Universe Level package includes all the Galaxy Level advantages plus three additional half page ads in the Desert Sky Observer; for a total of six ads. We will also include your organization’s logo on club handouts. The Universe Level package is $250.
- Our premium level of sponsorship, The Cosmos Level package includes all the Universe advantages but all of the ads in the newsletter are full page ads, and the ads run monthly for a total of twelve months in the Desert Sky Observer. Two custom Antelope Valley Astronomy Club “Cosmos Sponsor” logo baseball hats and golf shirts and a plaque recognizing your organizations’ valuable contributions to the club are included. We will also pass out your organization’s handouts with ours at our club’s public events. The Cosmos Level sponsorship package is $1000.
As you can see, sponsorship of the Antelope Valley astronomy Club is indeed an affordable opportunity that your organization cannot afford to let slip by.
If you would like to become a sponsor please contact the
5348 Topanga Canyon Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Phone (818) 347-2270 / Fax ( 818) 992-4486
Or TOLL-FREE at (888) 427-8766
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