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Having Presence at CWT 30th Anniversary Awards Reception

The Caroline Walker Trust is down to its last couple of tables for the 30th Anniversary Awards Reception on the 12 November 2019.

The Trust is inviting charities, health campaigners and businesses to have a presence at the CWT Awards and 30th Anniversary, while showing their support for the Trust and short-listed award winners, by taking one of the last few tables at the reception to display their cause, services, products or resources.

Sponsorship entitles you to
➤ Table or stand space – the table will be supplied by the venue, the company must supply their shell scheme and fascia board.
➤ Free registration for 2 attendees at the reception, includes those that attend the company stand.
➤ Company/organisation’s literature or goodies – the literature of up to 5 printed pages (A4) or up to two goodies to be included inside the attendee bag/wallet distributed to every attendee. Literature to be supplied by the company/organisation.
➤ Website listing on The Caroline Walker Trust’s event page with a direct link to the company site. Company logo will be listed alphabetically under sponsor organisations on our website and linked through to company website.
➤ Acknowledgement of company/organisation’s sponsorship within the attendee pack.
➤ Acknowledgement afterwards, e.g. acknowledgement/mention in the write up in newsletter /website.
➤ 20% for further attendee registrations at the reception (up to a maximum of 2).

If you would like to register your interest in having a table or stand at The CWT 30th Anniversary and Award Reception, then please contact Kathy Lewis at [email protected]

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