2014 Conference sponsorship packages available

The International Sports Heritage Association (ISHA) is pleased to announce sponsorship opportunities for their 44th Annual Conference hosted by the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame in Nashville on October 27-29, 2014.  Conference delegates will experience stimulating education sessions, a trade show, entertaining social events, and superb networking opportunities with their colleagues in the sports heritage industry.  Showcase your company to numerous delegates from around the world by becoming a corporate sponsor of the 2014 Conference.

Bronze, Silver and Gold Medal packages are available, each including conference registration or an exhibitor package, advertising opportunities in ISHA publications, and recognition in the Conference brochure and signage.  There is also an attractive option to sponsor a conference session, providing the opportunity to promote your company directly to delegates by taking the stage for 10 minutes at the beginning of a session.  This option sold out for the 2013 Conference hosted by the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame in Denver last October.

We’d like to again thank Grey Flannel Auctions, Display Studios, Visit Denver, and the Canadian Association for Sport Heritage for signing on as Bronze sponsors for the 2013 Conference.  Visionary Moments, AutoNation, The MediaPreserve, Grey Flannel Auctions, Mystic Scenic Studios, Rich Clarkson and Associates, Cambridge Seven Associates, The Crowley Company and Dimensional Innovations all sponsored Conference sessions.  Special thanks go to Sparta Pewter, sponsor of the ISHA Communication Awards; to the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, sponsor of An Evening of Champions keynote speaker, Charles Sampson; and Selago Design, who sponsored a conference attendance grant.

For package information, click here: Sponsor Packages


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