Sponsorship Connection

Branding. Exposure. Leads. As a sponsor of Madison County Chamber programming and events, you will get results: that's a promise. Custom-tailored to fit your marketing needs, we work hard to design a sponsorship package that will enhance your brand and produce qualified leads. Become an instant leader in your industry as a sponsor of an event.

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Available Sponsorships

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Get Linked Expo

Impressions: 3 million  |  Attendance: 1,200  |  Price Range: $399 to $10,000  |  Marketing Budget: $50,000  |  Frequency: annual

The Get Linked Expo commenced in 2010 as a regional project to connect 16 cities within a 30-mile radius. Showcasing close to a 100 businesses and organizations, innovations, technologies, and future developments, the Get Linked Expo links thousands of business executives, economic developers, public officials, chambers of commerce and decision makers from Delaware County to Marion County at one jam‐packed event. Sponsoring this event expands your footprint to 6 counties and 16 cities. > www.getlinkedexpo.com

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Wake Up! Madison

Impressions: 100,000  |  Attendance: 200  |  Price Range: $69 to $995  |  Frequency: 6 per year

For the past 25 years, Wake Up Breakfast (WUB) has successfully connected thousands of business professionals to create commerce. Starting out as a Anderson event, WUB is now a revised program under the Get Linked Madison initiative, reaching out to link business executives, decision makers, heads of industry, and non profits county-wide. WUB offers networking, exposure, and a world famous buffet at Hoosier Park Racing and Casino. Get linked to the largest bi-monthly network in Madison County. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Annual Awards Gala

Impressions: 200,000  |  Attendance: 350  |  Price Range: $300 to $5000  |  Frequency: Annual

MCC Annual Galas are always planned with a mix of inspiration, entertainment, and elegance. The program includes key note speakers, silent auctions, grand toasts, award presentations, networking, and dinner. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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FAB! Females Active in Business

Impressions: 10,000  |  Attendance: 100|  Sponsorship Range: $200 to $5000 |  Frequency: 11 per year

A bi-monthly luncheon program designed to empower and inspire women business professionals through inspirational messages, symposiums and networking opportunities. This county-wide event offers sponsors branding, recognition and speaking time, a booth at each event and a list of attendees. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Mad9 Mixer

Impressions: 25,000  |  Attendance: 150 |  Price Range: In-kind |  Frequency: Monthly

Its about relationship building, networking, generating leads, discussing county and local issues, and connecting civic and business leaders. It's about showcasing the town/city we are in. This is not a sit-down-and-listen event. Get up, shake some hands, make new connections, discuss hot topics, and build your network.  Mixers rotate from Pendleton, Alexandria, Elwood and Anderson respectively each month. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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United Way/MCC Annual Golf Scramble

Impressions: 20,000  |  Attendance: 175  |  Price Range: $200 to $1500  |  Frequency: Annual

The Madison County Chamber partners with the Madison County United Way in the largest golf scramble in Madison County. Sponsors get access to the who's who in the region and are featured in print invitations, marketing collateral, radio spots, and more. This a great way to be seen as an industry leader. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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AU/MCC Annual Awards Luncheon

Impressions: 10,000 |  Attendance: 200  |  Price Range: $200 to $1000 |  Frequency: Annual

MCC and Anderson University work together to recognize and honor excellence in our business region with the distinguished Madison County Chamber Entrepreneur Award and the Fall School of Business Scholarship Award. Limited sponsorships available. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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MCC Board Meetings

Want to connect to prominent Madison County business leaders? Host a monthly board meeting at your place and get an opportunity to give a brief presentation about your company with a follow-up tour of your facility. You provide the conference room set up with a continental breakfast and we will bring the executives!  Board meetings occur every 3rd or 4th Monday of the month from 8 to 9 am and book up fast. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Ambassadors Regional Meetings

Over 30 business professionals connect  once a month to discuss regional issues and train to be champion connectors at chamber events. Ambassadors are charged with the mission of connecting businesses to create commerce. Hosting an Ambassador meeting provides you with a unique brand-building opportunity with the who's who of Madison County. In exchange for providing a venue conducive for board-like meetings and providing a continental breakfast, we invite you to present your product/services and will leave you with a list of all ambassadors.  Meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of the month from 8 am to 9 am. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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