2019 Strategic Sponsor Program
Support the Napa Valley Grapegrowers and Promote Your Business
The Strategic Sponsor program was created for NVG Associate members who would like to support our mission and the industry, and take advantage of additional promotional, networking and marketing opportunities to Napa Valley growers and vineyard owners.
The NVG Member Services Committee has developed an exciting calendar of events for the coming year (click here for the 2019 Event Calendar), and the overwhelming success of these programs is in large part due to the support of our strategic sponsors.
- "Participating in the Napa Valley Grapegrowers annual Strategic Sponsorship Program is an opportunity not to be missed. The marketing and promotional value gained through aligning my business with the NVG is worth every penny, and creates a win-win for all businesses with products, equipment and services for growers, vineyard owners and vineyard managers in the Napa Valley. Sign me up!” -John Wilkinson, Bin to Bottle
- “Recology has been a supportive member of Napa Valley Grapegrowers for over 15 years. We participate in the Strategic Sponsorship Program because it gives us an opportunity to share our sustainable practices with vineyard owners and vineyard managers through marketing and promotional events!” – Kim Carrier, Recology
- “Clean plant materials are of paramount importance to the California wine industry, especially to Napa Valley's world-class vineyards. Napa growers have been leading the efforts to enact critical changes to the CDFA grapevine certification program. I believe that the Napa Valley Grapegrowers educational programs play a pivotal role in promoting viticultural best practices for the industry-at-large, and very much look forward to our sponsorship and collaboration with NVG." – Dr. Alan Wei, Agri-Analysis
For more information about sponsor levels and benefits, please contact Kali Clark, NVG Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 944-8311 x116.
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