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No Roadmap: Integrating the Charlotte Meck Medical Community...1951-1965

25th Anniversary Reception Sub-Committee

Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 2:00 PM - Monday, February 10, 2014 at 6:00 PM (EST)

Charlotte, NC

No Roadmap: Integrating the Charlotte Meck Medical...

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
No Roadblock Donation Ended
No Roadblock Premiere Event General Admission   more info Ended $50.00 $2.24
No Roadblock Premiere Event VIP ticket   more info Ended $100.00 $3.49
No Roadblock Friends of the Vision   more info Ended $500.00 $9.95
No Roadblock Event Sponsor   more info Ended $1,000.00 $9.95
Documentary Sponsor: Car Rental Ended $75.00 $2.87
Documentary Sponsor: Food for Families & Crew Ended $100.00 $3.49
Documentary Sponsor: Video Memory Storage Ended $150.00 $4.74
Documentary Sponsor: 1 day of equipment rental Ended $250.00 $7.24
Documentary Sponsor: Airfare Ended $500.00 $9.95

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Dr. Kenneth H. Chambers and Dr. Lester B. Wallace, Jr., Honorary Co-Chairs, Maxine H. Eaves, Visionary, and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Black Heritage Committee invite you and your organization to participate in a proposed documentary history project No Roadmap: The Integration of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Medical Community,1951-1965, a proposed documentary history project produced in association with Charlotte Mecklenburg Black Heritage Foundation, BLINC Media and So Kel Eavents.

 This project is set to be completed in three phases: The documentary, the Premiere, and the Exhibition. To ensure that each phase is successful, we need your support. Please consider supporting our efforts as an event sponsor or partner. This project is in the planning stage and more information on sponsorships will be sent at a later date.

Sponsor Levels 

 PREMIUM PROJECT SPONSOR - $50,000
Signage display at Premiere
Logo on event program, in Documentary Credits
Name/company mentions in media advertisement as premier/title sponsor
 Name/company mentions throughout project as premier/title sponsor
 Company name and logo printed on all material (event program, website, agenda, signage)
40 tickets with special reserved seating
Display table located in highly visible location


DOCUMENTARY SPONSOR - $30,000
Signage display at Premiere
Name/company mentions in media advertisement as Documentary sponsor
Name/company mentions on documentary as platinum sponsor
 Company name and logo included on website and other signage 
25 tickets with special reserved seating

PREMIERE/EXHIBIT SPONSOR - $10,000
Signage display at Premiere 
 Name/company mentions in media advertisement as premiere/exhibit sponsor 
Company name and logo included on event program, website and other signage 
 Company name and logo included on signage at each exhibit space
20 tickets with special reserved seating  

 EVENT SPONSOR - $1000
Signage display at event
 10 VIP tickets and special reserved seating 

 FRIENDS OF THE VISION - $500
 Name recognition on special friends list in program
5 tickets and special reserved seating

  VIP - $100
  1 ticket and special reserved seating

 MEET OUR SPECIAL PARTNERS

Joining us to bring the vision into reality are:
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Black Heritage Committee (CMBHC):  Mr. LaJuan Pringle, President
The Charlotte Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Society: Dr. Karen Breach, MD, F.A.A.P. and Dr. Leeya Pender, MD 
The James B. Duke Library at Johnson C. Smith University: Ms. Noona Monika Rhue, Director 
Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room, Public Library of Charlotte Mecklenburg County: Ms. Joyce Reimann, Manager; Mr. Everett Blackmon,  Mr. LuJuan Pringle, archivists
Carolinas Healthcare System: Ms. Peggy Harris 
The Charlotte Post and The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture: Mr. Gerald Johnson
Special Collections, J. Murray Adkins Library, UNC Charlotte: Mr.Christopher Geissler
So Kel Eavents: Ms. Kelley Eaves-Boykin 
BLINC Media: Mrs. Lesa Babb 

  ABOUT CHARLOTTE MECKLENBURG BLACK HERITAGE COMMITTEE
 The Charlotte Mecklenburg Black Heritage Committee (CMBHC) seeks to preserve and present with honor African American history and culture in the city of Charlotte and the larger Mecklenburg County.  The CMBHC has been in existence for approximately twenty years and consists of six charter members of various professional backgrounds linked by a common reverence for the history, culture, and contributions of African Americans to the development of Charlotte.  The CMBHC seeks to encourage and conduct research, produce writing, and exhibit Charlotte’s African American history at all levels.  We believe that this will help to better inform all citizens of Charlotte on the contributions of African Americans in the city, region, and nation.  Thus, our aims are at fostering better overall community relations. CMBHC is a 501(c)3 organization. 

 

 Questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact  Kelley N. Eaves-Boykin, 
704-287-7653 or  
kelley@sokeleavents.com
or Maxine H. Eaves, 704-563-0677 or mheaves26@carolina.rr.com

 Thank you for your consideration and we look forward to working with your organization.


 

 


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When & Where


Levine Museum of the New South
200 East 7th Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 2:00 PM - Monday, February 10, 2014 at 6:00 PM (EST)


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