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Through the Banks of the Red Cedar movie premiere

The Detroit Spartans have partnered with Maya Washington (daughter of Gene Washington) who is bringing her documentary about her father and M.S.U. football during the 1960’s to the silver screen. They are looking to connect with local businesses who can appreciate the rich history that M.S.U. has played in the desegregation of college football. Following is a brief summary of the sponsorship packages they are hoping to obtain to assist in the debuting the film and the festivities that will follow.

Quick Reference:

Community Partner  $155

  • Two Complimentary tickets to World Premiere and Reception.
  • Customized social media acknowledgement before, after, and during the festival.
  • Signage and brand presence at reception event. 

Presenting Sponsor $1000

  • Ten Complimentary tickets to World Premiere and Reception.
  • Customized social media acknowledgement before, after, and during the festival.
  • Presenting Sponsor signage and brand presence at reception event. 

 

In-Kind Donations

  • Tax Receipt
  • Customized social media acknowledgement before, after, and during the festival.
  • Signage and brand presence at reception event
http://www.redcedarmovie.com/

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