women's sports museum launch party

Saturday | November 16th, 2019 | 6:30pm-9:30pm
Sarasota Yacht Club
1100 John Ringling Boulevard
Sarasota, FL 34236
 

tickets

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the women's
sports museum

sponsorship opportunities

Donors of Difference 
 

Social Media Sponsorship 

VIP Bar Sponsorship

Launch Party Host Sponosorship

Two event tickets
Social media with clickable link  
Verbal recognition at event

Four event tickets
Social media recognition with clickable link Verbal recognition at event
VIP reserved table for four guests

Eight VIP event tickets
Social media recognition with clickable link
Verbal recognition at event
Printed recognition on all printed material and press release
VIP reserved lounge with dedicated service
and open bar for the evening

Six VIP event tickets
Social media recognition with clickable link Verbal recognition at event
VIP reserved table for six guests
Open Bar for the evening

$5000

$3500

$1000

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become a sponsor

sponsorship opportunities

For more information or to reserve your sponsorship, please contact Katharine Vestal at 941-735-6347
or email KVestal@WomensSportsMuseum.org.

meet our trailblazers

Dr. Jen Welter 









Dr. Jen Welter is widely known as a  pioneer in professional football, becoming the first woman to coach in the NFL.
On February 15, 2014, Welter became the first woman to play running back in a men's professional football

Early into her teenage years she had won more than 30  golf tournaments. In 1967, she became the second African-American woman to compete on the LPGA Tour. She competed in more than 250 professional tournaments and won the 1973 Kelly Springfield Open in Brisbane, Australia. 

Renee Powell








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