Celebrate New Jersey’s 350th birthday with the Advocates for New Jersey History on the eve of the NJ History & Historic Preservation Conference. This annual event honors legislators, media members and leaders who have made significant contributions to advance history and historic preservation in New Jersey. This year we’ll salute the New Jersey Historical Commission, New Jersey Historic Trust, New Jersey Historic Sites Council, and the League of Historical Societies of New Jersey as we commemorate NJ 350!
View the invitation here.
Keynote Speaker: Mark Di Ionno of The Star Ledger
When: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Where: Historic Thompson Hall, 765 Newman Springs Rd Lincroft
Tickets: $35/person, all proceeds benefit the Advocates for NJ History
Note: Opening Reception tickets must be purchased separately from the Conference Registration.
Monmouth County Historical Association
Old Barracks Museum
League of Historical Societies of New Jersey
The annual reception relies on support from corporations and other organizations to ensure its success. Become a reception sponsor and enjoy the visibility it will provide for your organization with your business name prominently displayed at the reception and in the reception and conference programs.
Sponsorship levels are:
$350 – in honor of New Jersey’s 350th Birthday!
The sponsor commitment deadline is March 31, 2014. The deadline for submitting logos is April 15, 2014.
For more sponsorship information, please contact Cate Litvack at 609-418-3939 or email@example.com.
Become a sponsor:
The Advocates for New Jersey History is a statewide organization, comprising individuals and organizations that represent New Jersey’s history community. Its goal is for public history to benefit and educate residents of New Jersey and attract tourists and visitors to the state through the highest quality public history programming and facilities. Advocates seek enactment of measures to ensure that New Jersey’s historical and cultural assets maximize their potential to contribute to the state’s economic development and enhance its quality of life.
Visit the Advocates web site: http://njhistoryadvocates.org/