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October 2017

Support – Offer a promo/donation

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Offer a promo/donation

Want to make an in-kind contribution to support DreamWeek? Let us know how you’d like to help. We’ll be in touch with you shortly to go over the details.

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    Support – Offer your talent

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    Offer your talent

    Want to share your talent by performing at a DreamWeek event? Tell us a little bit about your work. We’ll review the information and follow up with you shortly.

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    Sponsor – Offer your Venue

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    Offer your Venue

    Want to lend us an event space for DreamWeek? Tell us a little bit about the venue. We’ll review the information and follow up with you shortly.

    Advertising – Printed Reach

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    Advertising Placement

    Schedule Booklet

    The DreamWeek schedule booklet is inserted and distributed at DreamWeek events, and at various communal locations all throughout the city. The schedule booklet is a collateral piece that participants continuously look through, so your ad placed inside, will get a lot of exposure. Attendees flip through the booklet on a daily basis, for the entirety of DreamWeek as they plan which events they will be attending.

    • Full Page
    • Half Page

    Top Distribution Spots: Schedule will be distributed in 250+ locations in Bexar County

    • Riverwalk/Downtown
    • College campuses citywide
    • Coffee Shops
    • Movie Theaters
    • Community Centers
    • DreamWeek Events

    Themed Postcard

    The front of the postcard will explain the theme and list events related to that Dreamweek theme. The back will be advertising space, available in either full or half card increments. This is a great way to reach a more targeted market.

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    DreamWeek San Antonio - Print Advertising
    DreamWeek San Antonio - Print Advertising

    Advertising – Online Connections

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    Advertising Placement


    • Top Banner
    • Footer Banner

    Events page

    • Search Banner
    • Banners within Individual Events
    • Specialized Banners when sorted by Categories

    Other targeted pages

    Top & Footer Banner’s available on the following pages:

    • Overview Page
    • Attend Page
    • Participate Page
    • Support Page
    • In the News Page
    DreamWeek San Antonio - Online Advertising

    SAGE – Partner Case Study

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    Taste the Dream Gala

    “In 2014, Sho and I talked about how we could use our annual fundraising event as an anchor for DreamWeek. We decided that there was no better way to celebrate diversity than through food. The SAGE Taste the Dream Gala was born from that conversation. The 2018 Gala will be our fourth. Each year it has gotten bigger and better. We have sold out every year. It has become the must-attend party with a purpose.” –Jackie Gorman, CEO of SAGE

    For the past four years, San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside (SAGE) has hosted Taste the Dream, a celebration of diversity and tolerance through international cuisine. Guests are invited to sample a vast array of choice cuisines and enjoy live entertainment and dancing.

    In the News

    Taste the Dream Gala set to deliver Eastside message to business community – San Antonio Business Journal
    San Antonio chef is part of SAGE gala promoting cuisine from around the world – MySA
    Celebrate diversity through food – WOAI News 4 San Antonio

    Move SA – Partner Case Study

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    You Speak, We Listen: A Millennial Civic Happy Hour

    “MOVE San Antonio was proud to partner with DreamVoice for You Speak, We Listen: A Millennial Civic Happy Hour, a 2017 DreamWeek event displaying the power of millennial voters in our city. Through civic conversation, we connected hundreds of young people directly to elected officials and candidates, expanding youth knowledge of policy issues and building the next generation of San Antonio’s civic leaders.” – Drew Galloway, Executive Director – MOVE San Antonio

    Dorćol Distilling Co partnered with MOVE San Antonio to organize a mixer featuring all of the candidates running in San Antonio’s 2017 municipal election. Candidates mingled with the audience and each was offered a few minutes to speak to the crowd.

    Millennial Civic Happy Hour emphasized the value of younger generations taking action in their local community to affect change through the electoral system. The event provided an open platform for young voters to initiate face-to-face conversations with political candidates, empowering those voters to make informed decisions on Election Day.

    In the News

    Dream Week: You Speak, We Listen: A Millennial Civic Happy Hour / MOVE San Antonio – SA Current

    SA2020 – Partner Case Study

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    SA2020 Impact Report Luncheon

    “When you have collaborative efforts by people or institutions on targeted indicators, that’s where we start to see community change.” –Molly Cox, President and CEO of SA2020

    For DreamWeek 2017, SA2020 partnered with the Witte Museum for the official release of the SA2020 Impact Report, a comprehensive review of San Antonio’s progress during the preceding year. The event recognized the organizations and community partners working together to move our city forward.

    The SA2020 Impact Report Luncheon brought a local perspective to the conversation on diversity and equality. The insight provided by SA2020 highlighted the intersectionality of public welfare and social justice. It was an opportunity to reflect on the ways in which metrics and data collection can offer us a glimpse into the present condition of our community.

    In the News

    SA2020 releases 2016 Impact Report, announces landmark grant – La Prensa
    SA2020 Receives $400,000 Grant, Releases 2016 Impact Report – Rivard Report
    SA2020 showing some forward progress – Express News