3rd Annual Juneteenth Celebration

Trustees of Inclusive Equity (I.E.) Awards Event

Virtual Awards
Thursday, June 18, 2020 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm

Honoring six individuals & companies for their advancement of equity and inclusion in our community!

Featuring:

• A remembrance of Juneteenth and its significance in American history
• Honoring key leaders who influence the advancement of equity diversity and inclusion incorporate, organizational, healthcare, nonprofit, and community settings
• Networking opportunities with key corporate, governmental and community leaders
• A virtual celebration of economic empowerment and fellowship

Are you ready to attend?

Are you an organization that wants to join our efforts?

Join our effort to stimulate greater economic impact within underserved areas of our community by helping us recognize the work of local leaders who are driving the I.E. movement.

Do you know someone active in the community?

If you know a key leader who influences the advancement of equity, diversity and inclusion in corporate, organizational, healthcare, nonprofit, and community settings you can nominate them.

Support our ``Virtual Awards Event`` 2020 Inclusive Equity Award Honorees:

Join the past Trustees of Inclusive Equity (IE) Award Recipients & LCCC on the Eve of Juneteenth

“Why is Juneteenth important to the advancement of economic equity and justice in America?”

The cultural holiday “Juneteenth” is invaluable to growth and maintenance of economic equity in America because it provides a necessary starting point. 2020 marks 155 years of history since General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas and read the Emancipation Proclamation. The celebration that ensued among those African Americans was one of gratitude as much as expectation. We use “Juneteenth” as a place marker to measure how far we have come collectively as a nation toward fulfilling the promises contained in our foundational documents.

- By Barry McNealy, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, June 14, 2018

Sponsorship

Reach 500 Community Leaders in 2020 through the Trustees of Inclusive Equity Awards Event!

Thursday, June 18th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Ready to make a commitment to our community?

Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities to Reach Key Louisvillians Old Walnut Street Style.

Sponsorship Levels:

PLATINUM SPONSOR - $25,000: event title sponsor, banner/monitor displays, speaking opportunity, event advertising mention, inside front cover full-color, full-page ad in souvenir booklet.
GOLD SPONSOR - $15,000: event title sponsor, banner/monitor displays, speaking opportunity, event advertising mention, inside back cover full-color, full-page ad in souvenir booklet.
SILVER SPONSOR - $7,500: banner/monitor displays, speaking opportunity, event advertising mention, full-color, full-page ad in souvenir booklet.
BRONZE SPONSOR - $5,000: key brand positioning, full-page ad in souvenir booklet.
Juneteenth Table Sponsor - $2,500: half-page ad in souvenir booklet.
Blue Ribbon Table Sponsor - $1,500: quarter-page ad in souvenir booklet..

Our Gala Sponsors & Donors:

Souvenir Booklet Advertising Rates

Half-Page Ad - $1,000
Quarter-Page Ad - $600
Business Card Ad - $125

If you’d rather send your advertisement as an Email, follow these instructions: Put LCCC ad (and your company name) in the subject line. Then email the ad directly to Tom Gerdis at IEGala@lcccnews.org.

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