Co-Sponsors Provide Support, Receive Exposure
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The Space Foundation appreciates the companies that provide support by co-sponsoring major events at the National Space Symposium.
Confirmed co-sponsors of the 27th National Space Symposium include:
- a.i. solutions – Hotel Room Keys
- Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) – Official Software
- ATK – Registration Bag
- Aviation Week – Media Partner
- Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. – Congressional Breakfast
- The Boeing Company – The Boeing Exhibit Center
- Booz Allen Hamilton, Cyber 1.1 Networking Breakfast, Wednesday Morning Coffee, Thursday Morning Coffee
- Cisco Systems, Inc. – Space Technology Hall of Fame® Private Induction Ceremony
- General Dynamics – Cyber 1.1 Luncheon and Badges
- Integral Systems – Simulcast Lounge
- International Space University – Commemorative Poster
- Lockheed Martin – Corporate Partnership Dinner
- Northrop Grumman – Opening Ceremony and Shuttle Buses
- Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne – Commemorative Pens and Note Jotter
- Raytheon – General James E. Hill Lifetime Space Achievement Award Luncheon
- SpaceX – Space Technology Hall of Fame® Dinner
- Space News International – Media Partner
- Stellar Solutions – Tuesday Morning Coffee
- United Space Alliance – Industry Salutes the Space Shuttle Luncheon
“These companies have recognized that co-sponsoring Symposium events is an easy and cost-effective ways to strengthen their name recognition, increase brand awareness and gain enhanced visibility among the expected 9,000+ participants at the 27th National Space Symposium,” said Senior Vice President – Strategic Partnerships Elizabeth Wagner. “We have a few opportunities still available, but they are going quickly.”
To inquire about sponsorships, contact [email protected].
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For more details on the 27th National Space Symposium, see related article in this issue of Space Watch. Industry attendees who register before Jan. 14, 2011, can save up to $500 with the Super Early Bird rate. To register and to get more information, including agenda, speakers and exhibitors, click here.
This article is part of Space Watch: November 2010 (Volume: 9, Issue: 11).
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