Now Available: The Organic Center Benefit Dinner Sponsorships!

Sponsorship opportunities are available for The Organic Center’s 16th Annual Benefit Dinner on March 6, 2019! Make your commitment now to maximize the return on your sponsorship.
 
This can't-miss event is the biggest all-organic dinner and premier executive-level networking event at Natural Products Expo West. Hundreds of organic visionaries, activists, and businesses come together to enjoy an organic feast and raise money to support the latest science on the environmental and health benefits of organic food and farming. Your sponsorship supports the critical work of The Organic Center and it makes your company look good!  
 
This year's keynote speaker is entrepreneur and organic food advocate Shannon Allen. Allen, wife of two-time NBA champion Ray Allen, is the creator and owner of the thriving all-organic fast-food restaurant chain grown™. She's a dynamic speaker with a moving story and an unwavering commitment to organic.
 
Sponsoring this event is a great way to showcase your brand while supporting The Organic Center. Sponsorships include an exclusive branded menu item, between 5-20 complimentary tickets at a reserved VIP table, and extensive brand promotion through e-blasts, social media promos, and event signage. Contact us to learn more about sponsorship opportunities.
 
You can also support The Organic Center by reserving your own VIP table. Full tables include 10 complimentary tickets, and half tables include five complimentary tickets. Contact us now to reserve your VIP table. 
 
Individual tickets go on sale in January 2019. Add your name to the waiting list and be the first to know when ticket sales launch.
 
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This article was adapted from an email from The Organic Center on October 10, 2018. 
 
Established in 2002 and based in Washington DC, The Organic Center is a nonprofit organization that is a trusted source of information for scientific research about organic food and farming.  We cover up-to-date studies on sustainable agriculture and health, and collaborate with academic and governmental institutions to fill gaps in our knowledge.
 

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