ATW's Airline Industry Achievement Awards - Sponsorship Opportunities

The Annual Air Transport World Airline Industry Achievement Awards is the most prestigious award in the airline industry and attended by the highest level executives.

ATW Awards sponsorships are a great way to raise your companies brand profile amongst this elite industry crowd.  It gives your executives the opportunity to be seen with and supporting your award winning customers.   ATW Sponsorships provide exposure in an integrated fashion that includes print, online and in-person branding opportunities.

Annual Airline Industry Achievement Awards

Venue: Omni Shoreham, Washington, DC
Estimated Attendance:  300+
Audience Make-up: Top level airline executives, industry luminaries, and suppliers.
Cocktail Reception: 6-7 p.m.
Awards Presentation and Gala Dinner:  7-10 p.m.

 
The ATW Annual Airline Industry Achievement Awards Dinner and Industry Reception
 
Platinum Level Sponsorship - $38,500 USD


Reception

  • 1 table of 10 at the dinner for employees or customers
  • 2 executives to sit at VIP tables with Award Winners
  • Corporate identification throughout the dinner on video screen
  • Silent corporate video during dinner
  • Special registration area at the event for sponsors and their guests.
  • Photo ops arranged with the winners
  • 50 word company introduction


Special Event Program

  • Two full page advertisements in Awards book to be published and distributed at the Awards event and the winning airline companies post event, or one page and one corporate profile page.


Website

  • 50,000 site impressions starting the week before the Awards event
  • Logo on ATW website winners video page for 1 year
  • Logo identification in online registration area for the awards through March.


In Print

  • Logo on all ATW print advertising through March.
  • Identification in the wrap up section in the ATW May issue
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Gold Level Sponsorship - $25,500 USD

Reception

  • 1 table of 8 at the dinner for employees or customers
  • 1 executive to sit at VIP table with Award Winners
  • Corporate identification throughout the dinner on video screen
  • Special registration area at the event for sponsors and their guests.
  • Photo ops arranged with the winners
  • 50 word company introduction


Special Event Program

  • 1 Full page advertisement in Awards book


Website

  • 25,000 site impressions starting the week before the Awards event
  • Logo on ATW website winners video page for 1 year
  • Logo identification in online registration area for the awards though March.


In Print

  • Logo on all ATW print advertising through March.
  • Identification in the wrap up section in the ATW May issue

 

AV Sponsorship - $20,500 USD

Reception

  • 1 table of 8 at the dinner for employees or customers
  • Corporate identification throughout the dinner on video screen
  • Exclusive two-minute video during the introduction on your company
  • Photo ops arranged with the winners
  • 50 word company introduction


Special Event Program

  • 1 Full page advertisement in Awards book


Website

  • Logo on ATW website winners video page for 1 year
  • Logo identification in online registration area for the awards Oct. – Feb.


Print

  • Logo on all ATW print advertising Oct. – Feb.
  • Identification in the wrap up section in the ATW April issue


Other Sponsorship Opportunities

Evening entertainment- Local Flavor - $12,500 USD

  • 3 entrances to the dinner
  • Signage at and around the reception


Gift Sponsorship - $12,500 USD

  • 2 entrances to the dinner
  • Gift with your logo individually wrapped at each place setting


Dinner Wine Sponsorship - $12,500 USD

  • 2 entrances to the dinner
  • Signage at and around the reception
     

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