RootsCamp will stay true to the “unconference” model in which organizers set the agenda and lead the conversations. This year, we are anticipating over 1500 participants at the Washington Convention Center. These will include experienced campaign managers, first-time field organizers, data geeks, state-based bloggers, new media gurus and others who are committed to movement building.
In order to make the unconference accessible to as many organizers as possible, we keep the registration fee at a very affordable rate. But as you know, it costs a lot more to organize and host an event of this size. That's why we are turning to friends and allies to invite you to partner with us and help underwrite RootsCamp.
From pre-conference promotions and on-site branding, to staff registrations, RootsCamp provides a unique opportunity for you to engage and interact with top organizers and leaders in the progressive movement.
As a RootsCamp Sponsor you will help make the event a success while enjoying some of these benefits:
- Free Registrations for members of your staff
- RootsCamp Thank You's in emails, tweets, Facebook posts and at the event
- Your logo featured on the RootsCamp website and banner
- Your logo included in Opening Session sponsor slideshow
- Premiere sponsorship recognition for sponsored areas
- Opportunities to present in our new Vendor Rooms
This year, in the interest of keeping the grassroots feel of the unconference alive, we are offering Vendor-specific presentation rooms. Sponsoring vendors may only present during RootsCamp in one of these pre-designated locations.
For more information on how to help out with RootsCamp 2013, please contact RootsCamp Director, Jamie McGonnigal - email@example.com.
We look forward to working with you to highlight your organization and help make RootsCamp National a success.
Thanks for helping to make RootsCamp 2013 a success!
For questions please contact:
Jamie McGonnigal, New Organizing Institute
We would like to thank our extraordinarily generous partners, without whom there would be no RootsCamp.