Village Preservation invites you
become a leading Corporate Sponsor
for its 22nd Annual Spring House Tour Benefit
Please become a Corporate Supporter by clicking below:
Two page centerfold spread in the program journal, thank you listing in the invitation and program, eight tickets for the tour and reception.
Sample Corporate Benefactor centerfold program ad
Full page ad in the program journal opposite the house descriptions, thank you listing in the invitation and program, and four tickets for the tour and reception
Sample Corporate Friend program ads
Full page ad in the program journal, thank you listing in the invitation and program, and four tickets to the tour and reception.
Sample Corporate Patron program ads
Half page ad in the program journal, thank you listing in the invitation and program, and two tickets for the tour and reception.
Sample Corporate Sponsor program ads
Invitation (circulation 2,000); tour program (circulation 1,000);
e-communications (circulation 18,000+)
Please respond by Friday, March 6, 2020 for an acknowledgement in the invitation
Deadline for artwork for the program journal is Friday, March 27th, 2020
Click here to view the 2019 program journal
Centerfold ad: 7.5” (high) x 10” (wide) no bleed
Two-page spread (not centerfold): 7.5” (high) x 10” (wide) no bleed
Full-page ad: 7.5” (high) x 4.5” (wide) no bleed
Half-page ad: 3.5” (high) x 4.5” (wide) no bleed
REQUIREMENTS: 300 DPI, BLACK & WHITE ADS ONLY.
A print-quality PDF can be emailed to Lannyl Stephens at Lannyl@gvshp.org.
Contact Lannyl Stephens at (212) 475-9585 x34 with any questions.
Sunday, May 3, 2020
1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Reception from 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Village Preservation is a leader in protecting the sense of place and human scale that defines the Village’s unique community. Our mission is to document, celebrate, and educate about the history and remarkable significance of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo. We advocate to preserve the architectural heritage and cultural history of our irreplaceable neighborhoods.
Each spring, Village Preservation holds its annual, much anticipated benefit; a self-guided Village House Tour through some of the most historic homes and buildings.