Sunday, December 18, 2016

Projects in the Pipeline 2017

In the following is a letter, CSI-Willamette Valley past-president Marina Wrensch invites all supporters to consider sponsoring next month’s “Projects in the Pipeline” chapter meeting. Sponsorship is not only a great way to promote your own business, it also helps the Willamette Valley Chapter fund important programs, including its certification classes. Read on: 
Good morning. 
As you may remember Willamette Valley CSI every year used to put on a product show with lots of vendors showcasing their products and services, and every other year we would talk about either “Projects in the Pipeline” or give an “Economic Forecast”. This year we have invited representatives of the City of Eugene and the City of Springfield, 4j School District, Springfield School District, the University of Oregon, Lane County and more to speak about their "Projects in the Pipeline." This is usually a joint event with AIA and other organizations. What we are not doing this year is a product show or any educational seminars. However, we are offering a different kind of participation. See below. Let me know if you are interested in any of those options. 
Date: January 26, 2017 
Buy a Plate: Purchase individual ‘Sponsorship’ tickets for the dinner to give to whomever you would like to attend this presentation and add your company’s name onto a table tent. (Available to everyone.)
Price: $40 per plate 
Buy a Table: A table seats (8). Purchase all seats and we will show your logo and company name on a table tent. You may either dedicate the table to specific costumers/clients or to CSI. (Provide attendee’s names prior to dinner.) 
Price: $400 per table 
Product Display: If you are interested in displaying some of your products or product/service information let me know. (Displays must  fit on a 30 x72 table due to space constraints.)
Price: $100 per table. Limited number available. 
We hope that we piqued your interest in attending our "Projects in the Pipeline" dinner. Please contact me for more information. 
Thank you, 
Marina Wrensch, ASLA, LEED AP BD+C, CSI
Landscape Architect, CSI Chapter Past President

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