Using the auction bid paddle as a sponsorship opportunity

Some nonprofits will print a guest’s bid number on both sides of an auction bid paddle.  The benefit of this approach is that regardless of which side of the paddle is shown to the auctioneer, the bid number is viewed. Another idea is to sell the space on the back of the bid paddle. TheRead On >

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9 Tips to Get Corporate Sponsors for Your Next Fundraising Event

You’re having an event?   Great!   To make it wildly successful, make it Well attended Highly profitable And FUN! Since money is what you’re most interested in, let’s focus on the ‘highly profitable’ part.   The best way to achieve that? Sponsorships.   Yep, sponsorships are the best way to explode your event revenue.30

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Find Your Name Boards: Recognizing guests at large events (trade show, association and conference auctions)

Using a recognition board to acknowledge donors, sponsors, and / or guests, might be a unique way of honoring them at the auction. Here’s an example.
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When I retire, I’ll move to Princeton, NJ for this. (And a lesson in thanking event sponsors)

Here are three examples of how to publicly thank event sponsors from your auction.

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