Alaska Republican Party Unity Gala

The Alaska Republican Party is hosting a large Unity Gala in Anchorage on December 6th.  We hope this event can become an annual event for our Party as we work together to keep our state RED!

Join us for a fun evening with hundreds of other Alaska Republicans and hear from your Statewide elected officials.  Tickets start at just $125 per person.  Every dollar goes towards building up our Party to help all of our Republican candidates win!

Honorary Event Chairs

Governor Mike Dunleavy

U.S. Congressman Don Young

U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski

U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan

Full event details and sponsorship info below…


What: ARP Unity Gala

When: Friday, December 6th, 2019

Where: Dena’ina Civic & Convention Center, 600 W. 7th Ave, Anchorage, AK

Time: 6:30 PM

With Special Guest Speakers  TBA soon!


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

Denali Sponsor – $10,000

  • Listed as Denali sponsor on all materials, on the stage banner, and lobby table space.
  • Table of 8 at the front of the ballroom with VIP honorary guests and speakers.
  • Full page ad in the program (back cover ad or centerfold ads are first come first serve)
  • 8 tickets to the VIP reception

 

Glacier Bay Sponsor – $5,000

  • Listed as a Glacier Bay sponsor in the program, sponsor boards, and lobby table space
  • Full page ad in the program
  • Reserved table for 10
  • 4 tickets to the VIP Reception

 

Kenai Fjords Sponsor – $2000

  • Listed as a Kenai Fjords sponsor in the program & sponsor boards
  • ½ page ad in the program
  • Reserved table for ten
  • Two tickets to the VIP reception

 

Katmai Sponsor – $1000

  • Listed as a sponsor in the program & sponsor boards
  • Two Tickets to the VIP Reception
  • Two tickets to dinner with preferred seating

 

Friends of ARP – $500

  • Name(s) listed in the program as a Friend of the Alaska Republican Party
  • Two tickets to the dinner

 

The special guests’ participation in the event is not a solicitation of funds.

Keep Alaska Strong and America Great.

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