Sponsors

Sponsorships

Support youth raising money for local charities. The kids are putting out, so why can’t you? Let’s all join together to “Profit to Share!”

Hawai’i Event Sponsorships

The Lemonade Alley Hawai’i event offers the following cash sponsorship opportunities:

$15,000 – MAIN SQUEEZE (1 title sponsor):

  • Logo Placements: primary position on stage banner, event t-shirt and on marketing materials.
  • Stage Mentions: emcee acknowledgements during start and ending of program.
  • Stage Time: for an attending representative to speak.
  • TV, Radio & Print: mention as warranted in TV and Radio interviews.
  • Blog Post / Social Media Mentions: acknowledgement in blog and social posts.
  • Judge Placement: opportunity to be a judge at the event.

$7,500 – ZESTY BESTY (up to 2):

  • Logo Placements: stage banner, event t-shirt and on marketing materials.
  • Stage Mentions: emcee acknowledgements during start and ending of program.
  • Stage Time: for an attending representative to speak.
  • TV, Radio & Print: mention as warranted in TV and Radio interviews.
  • Blog Post / Social Media Mentions: acknowledgement in blog and social posts.
  • Judge Placement: opportunity to be a judge at the event.

$3,500 – LEMON HEAD (unlimited):

  • Logo Placements: stage banner and on marketing materials.
  • Stage Mentions: emcee acknowledgements during start and ending of program.
  • Stage Time: for an attending representative to speak.
  • TV, Radio & Print: mention as warranted in TV and Radio interviews.
  • Social Media: acknowledgement in social post.
  • Judge Placement: opportunity to be a judge at the event.

$1,500 – MELLOW YELLOW (unlimited):

  • Logo Placements: stage banner and on marketing materials.
  • Stage Mentions: emcee acknowledgements during start and ending of program.
  • Social Media: acknowledgement in social post.

< $1,500 – FRIEND (unlimited):

  • Good vibes in the form of a huge mahalo to you for supporting Lemonade Alley.

In-Kind & Prize Donations

You can also support Lemonade Alley through:

  • Prize Donations: companies, organizations and individuals are invited to donate prizes.
  • SWAG Bags Donations: companies, organizations and individuals are invited to donate items to individual participant SWAG Bags.
  • FSE Recipe Awards: FSE (Food Service Establishments) are encouraged to provide prizes of recipes selected for placement onto their menu. Typically selected teams work with FSE chefs or mixologists to commercialize recipes with final products being placed to menus as a special that donates a percentage of proceeds to the Team’s charity.
  • “Lemon Bank” Sponsor: a local bank collects team deposits during Competition Day.
  • In-Kind Sponsors: product and service sponsors will be considered.

Viewer Impressions

Lemonade Alley at Pearlridge Center is seen by thousands as the spectacle is covered each year by local media partners (TV, radio, print, social), promoted by public relations professionals and attended by thousands. Promotional highlights include:

  • Typical Walk-in Attendance: 15,000+
  • TV: PSAs are aired on most if not all Honolulu network affiliates. We generally get at least 2-3 feature news inserts on network morning shows.
  • Radio: PSAs are typically produced and aired by most local radio station affiliates. We also typically get morning rotations on affiliate radio shows as well as longer format radio talk show interviews. We also generally get interviews on Hawaii Public Radio shows.
  • Print: We typically get multiple news stories in Star Advertiser, Pacific Business News and MidWeek. Our site sponsor also provides in-mall advertising months prior to the event and feature story placement in the mall magazine.
  • Social/Blog: Our site sponsor provided public relations support for social media and blog posting.

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    Annual Spring Contest

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    Leading-Edge Learning

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    Media Contacts

    Steve Sue, Chief Lemon Head | steve[at]bizgenics.org

    Official Website: lemonadealley.com