Sponsorships – Are You On Board?

2018 HPC Vertical BannerJUNE 6-8, 2018 – HOTEL VALLEY HO – SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA

A very special THANK YOU to all of our sponsors for showing such great historic preservation commitment to our attendees and their professional development throughout Arizona.

Our current line-up of sponsors as of this email date include:

  • State Historic Preservation Office
  • National Park Service
  • Arizona State Parks & Trails
  • City of Scottsdale
  • Adobe Technology
  • Arizona Game and Fish Department
  • Arizona Preservation Foundation
  • ASU School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies
  • BWS Architects
  • City of Tempe Historic Preservation Office
  • Concord General Contracting, Inc.
  • Florence Preservation Foundation
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation / Taliesin West
  • Hallman & Affiliates, P.C.
  • Heritage Business International
  • HistoricStreetscapes
  • Jill Heilman
  • John Larsen Southard
  • Kathryn Leonard
  • Local First Arizona
  • Logan Simpson
  • North Wind Resource Consulting
  • Otwell Associates Architects
  • PaleoWest
  • Reina Design Studio
  • Salt River Project
  • SWCA Environmental Consultants
  • tDAR – The Center for Digital Antiquity (ASU)

New for 2018

  • Virtual Exhibitor Tables (On-Line Presence instead of physical table at conference) with Eblasts, PDF Documentation posted on-line at www.azpreservation.com
  • Meeting Room and Event Space Sponsorships – Exclusive Sponsorship of a Meeting Room or Event Space for conference duration including your own unique decoration (subject to hotel restrictions and limitations), your own material distribution to all attendees in that room for 2 full days, introduction of speakers, and more!

Did You Know?

  • 2018 is the 16th Annual Arizona Historic Preservation Conference
  • 300-400 Annual Attendees
  • 2018 Primary Partners: AZ State Historic Preservation Office, Arizona State Parks and Trails, National Park Service, Arizona Preservation Foundation, Arizona Archaeological Council, Governor’s Archaeological Advisory Commission, and City of Scottsdale.
  • Attendees comprised of: Architects, Archaeologists, Educators, Authors, Archivists, City and Urban Planners, State and Local Government Employees, Elected Officials, Students, Private Consultation Firms, Tribal Leadership, Historic Preservation Organizations, Non-Profit Entities (Museums, Archives, Foundations), Builders, Developers, Landscape Architects, and more.
  • National and International Keynote Presentations and Sessions for 2-3 Days
  • Pre-Conference Workshops
  • Governor’s Awards Reception and Presentation
  • Off-Site Field Study Sessions and Special Events may be offered
  • Visits to Historic Districts, Tours to Archaeological Sites, etc. may be offered
  • Professional Networking Events and Activities
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Student Discounts Offered