46th Annual Members’ Luncheon

Thursday, September 21, 2017 at Noon
Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.
Event begins 12:00 p.m.
Irving Convention Center
500 West Las Colinas Boulevard
Irving, TX 75039

 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Premiere Sponsor - M: $10,000 NM: $12,000

One (1) seat at a head table
Exclusive Invitation to VIP Events*
Verbal acknowledgment at the event
Premiere sponsor logo placement on all printed event collateral
Premiere sponsor logo placement on event website
Name recognition in event press releases
One (1) table of eight (8) with prominent placement

*VIP Events to be announced at a later date.

Event Sponsor - M: $2,500 NM: $3,000

Event sponsor logo placement on printed event program
Event sponsor logo placement on event website
One (1) table of eight (8)

Signature Sponsor - M: $5,000 NM: $6,000

Exclusive Invitation to VIP Events*
Verbal acknowledgment at the event
Signature sponsor logo placement on all printed event collateral
Signature sponsor logo placement on event website
Name recognition in event press releases
One (1) table of eight (8) with preferred placement

*VIP Events to be announced at a later date.

Table Sponsor - M: $1,750 NM: $2,250

Name recognition on event website
Name recognition on event signage
One (1) table of eight (8)

Individual Tickets – M: $150  NM: $190

 

Current Sponsors

Signature Sponsors

       

 

Event Sponsors

    

 

Table Sponsors

Cedar Hill Economic Development Corporation | City of Cedar Hill | City of North Richland Hills

Toyota Motor North America, Inc. | Verizon

 

Deadline to be included in print materials is 9/7/2017
For a sponsorship questions or additional information, contact Amber Zuckerman at amber@ntc-dfw.org or 972-621-0400

Previous Years

Previous North Texas Commission Annual Members’ Luncheons

45th Annual Members’ Luncheon

Presented by Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas

The North Texas Commission’s 45th anniversary was presented by Bell Helicopter Textron Inc., with keynote speaker, Dana Perino.

Perino, the first female Republican White House Press Secretary under President George W. Bush, gave a compelling speech on the importance of messaging through the media and leading by example. As a political commentator on Fox’s The Five, Perino left the audience with five things to look for in the upcoming presidential election.

To close out the program, the nearly sold-out audience was specially introduced to the incoming North Texas Commission President and CEO, James Spaniolo. Exciting the audience, Spaniolo spoke of his love for North Texas, his commitment to fulfill the mission of the North Texas Commission and his excitement to build bridges for the future of the organization.


44th Annual Members’ Luncheon

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Presented by Audi
Thursday, September 25, 2015
Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas

The North Texas Commission was excited to present their 44th Annual Members’ Luncheon with keynote speaker and charismatic entrepreneur, Mark Cuban.


43rd Annual Members’ Luncheon

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CONNECTING THE WORLD

Presented by DFW International Airport
Friday, September 12, 2014
Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas

The North Texas Commission’s 43rd Annual Members’ Luncheon celebrated the DFW International Airport turning 40 years old with keynote speaker, Gary Knell, CEO of National Geographic. The North Texas Commission was founded in 1971 to bring North Texas together for what has become our greatest regional asset – DFW Airport. Connecting our region to 59 international destinations, DFW Airport has brought the world to our backyard, and allows North Texans to expand our global footprint.


42nd Annual Members’ Luncheon

North Texas Commission 200 Days to Tip Off

 200 DAYS TO TIP OFF

Presented by the North Texas Commission and the North Texas Final Four Local Organizing Committee
Friday, September 13, 2014
Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas

The North Texas Commission’s 42nd Annual Members’ Luncheon brought the Final Four to North Texas 200 days early. With 11 different speakers and panelists taking the stage, it was a full court press for information on the regional and community impact March Madness would bring to our region along with one player from each participating team in the 1986 Dallas Final Four.