The Justin Addison Memorial Conservation Cup

The weather is getting warmer and the flowers are starting to bloom.
Are you thinking about Spring? We here at Land Trust for Louisiana sure are!

Why?

It’s almost time for our annual fundraiser, The Justin Addison Memorial Conservation Cup!

JDA highwater at cabin(1)The JAMCC, formerly known as the Conservation Cup, is a delightful afternoon of polo matches, fun, food, and music. This year, we will hold the event on Sunday May 18th at Leah Farms in Folsom, LA. The intent of the event is to raise awareness about the conservation goals of our organization, to introduce area landowners to the benefits of conservation easements and land donations, and to raise friends and funds with an afternoon of fun-filled activities and delicious food.

An annual polo match that continues to grow year to year, the JAMCC contributes to the local economy as well as provides annual support to Land Trust for Louisiana.Action Shot

This year, our goal is to raise $100,000 for land conservation in Louisiana.

Will YOU help us reach our goal?
Tickets are just $25 per adult, $15 for students, and children ten and under get in FREE!

Click here to register for the event.

BETTER YET! Be a Sponsor!

All proceeds benefit Land Trust for Louisiana

2014 Sponsor Levels

Platinum Sponsors: Event Underwriters

This sponsorship level receives logo recognition on the LTL website for 1 year, bold recognition in the event program, press releases, and the event banner.  This also includes up to 4 VIP tables at the event and invitations to the Patron Party.

Gold Sponsors: Contributing $5000

This sponsorship level receives logo recognition on the LTL website for 1 year, bold recognition in the event program, press releases, and the event banner.  This also includes 3 tables at the event and invitations to the Patron Party.

Sapphire Sponsors: Contributing $2500

This sponsorship level receives logo recognition on the LTL website for 1 year, bold recognition in the event program, press releases and the event banner.  This also includes 2 tables at the event and invitations to the Patron Party.

Silver Sponsors: Contributing $1000

This sponsorship level receives logo recognition on the LTL website for 1 year, bold recognition in the event program, press releases and the event banner.  This also includes 1 table at the event and invitations to the Patron Party.

Bronze Sponsors: Contributing $500

This sponsorship level receives recognition on the LTL website, event program and event banner.  This level includes 1 table at the event and invitations to the Patron Party.

Table Sponsorships: Contributing $250 per Table
Early Bird Rate:  $200 by April 1, 2014

Table Sponsorships are also available to provide reserved seating at the event and a listing in the event program. Each table will provide admission for 8 guests.

If you wish to register as a Table Sponsor or as a Gold, Silver, Bronze or Sapphire Sponsor, please use the Sponsorship Form.

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