“Celebrating 75 Years” Living History Cruise

Cruise Maryland Terminal

2001 East McComas Street Baltimore, MD 21230

 September 9, 2017

Event Sponsorship Opportunities

 

Charitable sponsorship of the following event is now being accepted!  Event sponsorships are an important base of support for Project Liberty Ship, Inc., and are available for individuals, foundations, and businesses wishing to invest in the mission of our organization and to continue our legacy of involvement for future generations.

 

Sponsorship Levels at a Glance
 

Event Admiral $25,000

·       Exclusive Sponsor of the Event.

·       Invitation to speak during Event or Meet and Greet Reception.

·       Special acknowledgement during the Event and on our social media.

·       Eight Attendees at Meet and Greet Reception.

·       Advanced scheduling of Guided Ship Tour for eight.

·       Logo/Name Recognition on Project Liberty Ship website.
 

SEA RATIONS - $20,000

·       Premier Sponsor of catering for the Living History Cruise.

·       Special acknowledgement during the Event and on our social media.

·       Six Attendees at Meet and Greet Reception.

·       Advanced scheduling of Guided Ship Tour for six.

·       Logo/Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website. 
 

Wartime Aircraft - $15,000

·       Partner Sponsor of WWII aircraft flybys for the Living History Cruise.

·       One opportunity for Manning the Guns during the WWII flybys on Living History Cruise. (Includes 1 Living History                 Cruise Ticket scheduled 2 weeks in advance of cruise.)

·       Acknowledgement during the Event and on our social media.

·       Logo/Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website.

 

Mate Program - $10,000

·       Proud Sponsor of Event program and literature brochures.

·       Four attendees at Meet and Greet Reception.

·       Acknowledgement during the Event and on our social media.

·       Logo/Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website. 
 

40’s Historic Entertainers - $5,000

·       Primary Sponsor of entertainers aboard the ship.

·       Two attendees at Meet and Greet Reception.

·       Acknowledgement on our social media.

·       Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website.
 

Tugboat Transportation - $2,500

·       Two Sponsorships available (departure and arrival).

·       Promotional Logo Hat & T-shirt.

·       Acknowledgement on our social media.

·       Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website.
 

Keep Her Sailing Contributor - $1,000

·       General Sponsor of Military Re-enactment to assist with the WWII aircraft flybys and entertainment for the Living History Cruise.

·       Promotional Logo Beverage Item.

·       Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website.
 

Friend of the Brown- $500

·       Sponsor of Security during the event.

·       Promotional Logo Patch.

·       Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website.
 

STEM Youth Supporter - $250

·       Five Sponsorships Available.

·       Sponsor a STEM Internship Student.

·       Name Recognition on the Project Liberty Ship website.
 

All sponsorships may be customized to suit the sponsor’s needs and the specific event.  While every effort will be made to provide our sponsors with the above recognitions, they are subject to change based on vessel availability, event scheduling changes (including cancellation), or similar causes.

 

If you would like to find out more information about how to become an event sponsor, please contact Project Liberty Ship, Inc. at (410) 558-0646 or via e-mail at john.w.brown@usa.net.

 

In addition, Living History Cruise Tickets can be purchased via the following Eventbrite link:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ss-john-w-brown-september-9th-living-history-cruise-celebrating-75-years-tickets-30210202529
 

Project Liberty Ship is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization consisting entirely of volunteers. Our goal is the preservation and operation of the S.S. JOHN W. BROWN, the last surviving Liberty ship on the east coast, and one of only two operational Liberty ships remaining from the great fleet of over 2,700 identical Liberty’s which were one of the keys to the Allied victory in World War II. The BROWN is being preserved as a museum ship and a living memorial to the men and women of the American industry that built the great Liberty fleet and the Merchant Seamen and Naval Armed Guard who sailed and defended these ships all over the world.

 
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