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Premier Partners of the Minnesota Historical Society enjoy year-round affiliation with the Society, its events, and programs that serve nearly 1 million visitors annually. Benefits include society-wide promotional rights, recognition, VIP hospitality, access to the Society’s 26 historic sites and museums, a proprietary marketing platform and co-sponsorship of the Society’s annual summer sites campaign.
Experienced sponsorship staff can tailor Partner recognition and benefits to best meet a company’s need for community involvement, branding, lead generation, client entertainment, marketing and sales, public relations and employee engagement.
To learn how a partnership with the Minnesota Historical Society can meet your marketing and business objectives, please contact Laura Roller, Senior Program Manager, Corporate/Foundation Relations, at 651-259-3093 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact Caitlin McGowan at 651-259-3134 or email@example.com.
Xcel Energy is a proud sponsor of Society programming and the 9 Nights of Music free outdoor concert series at the Minnesota History Center. “The Society’s mission of serving the public and educating families aligns with our effort to help customers use energy more wisely, by showing them ways to save energy and money to better manage their bills.” said Crystal Manik, Senior Marketing Business Consultant. “The Minnesota Historical Society’s programs, sites and museums are the perfect venue for this ongoing education.” Look for Xcel Energy’s Resource team at various Society events this summer.
Explore Minnesota Tourism (EMT), the state agency responsible for marketing and promoting Minnesota’s leisure travel opportunities to potential travel consumers, is a proud sponsor of Society programming. Explore Minnesota Tourism works closely with private and public businesses, promotional organizations and state agencies to attract travelers to Minnesota generating both revenue and jobs across the state.