Imagine a sunny summer weekend at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds, with 4,000 people re-living important moments in Vermont history, watching history-based theater, parades or music performances and generally having fun while experiencing Vermont's rich heritage. Our generous sponsors help make it all possible!
Be a Sponsor of History Expo 2016!
Sponsoring Vermont History Expo highlights your support of Vermont and its history!
You can be an Expo sponsor! Click here to see the 2014 sponsor opportunities. Expo has often been named a Top Ten Summer Event by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, and with good reason!
Expo typically has about 4,000 attendees. Over 100 local historical societies; 50 museum and heritage organizations; authors, musicians, genealogists, crafters and other talented professionals offer workshops, parades, Revolutionary and Civil War re-enactments, performances and demonstrations. It's down-home fun and learning, whether someone is 8 or 88!
Your support of this quintessential Vermont event can be highlighted in a number of ways. In 2014, sponsor benefits included:
- Programs: 4,000-7,000 visitors to Vermont History Expo
- Posters: 1,500 posters throughout the state
- Pre-Event Materials: 100,000 at Welcome Centers, museums, libraries, etc.
- Website: logo or listing at www.vermonthistory.org with click-through to your website for two years
Expo participants are intellectually lively, environmentally attentive, and well-educated. They are preservationists, genealogists, craftspeople, scholars and agriculturalists, tending to support enterprises that speak to their grassroots values.
Please see the list below to view our generous Vermont History Expo 2014 sponsors!
History Expo 2014 Sponsors
We are very grateful to the many sponsors who helped make Vermont History Expo 2014 possible:
Black River Design
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont
Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation
King Arthur Flour
Lawrence W. Leonard
Travelhost of Vermont
Vermont Agency of Transportation
Williams & DiMaggio Sound Company
Sponsored in part by the Vermont Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed do not necessarily represent those of the Vermont Humanities Council or the National Endowment for the Humanities.