Achieve Key Club Partner Status! (Key Club status must be reestablished annually)
Key Club Partnerships have been established to further enhance the recognition and return-on-investment for partners who are marketing at a prominent level of $10,000 or more per calendar year. As Partners achieve Key Club status your business:
Will be recognized on stage at the ORA TulsaFest during our Key Club Partner presentations.
Will be accessorized with a special Key Club Partner ribbon on their badge at every association event where badges are provided (includes all associates with the partner business).
Will be included in a special Key Club Partner recognition in ORA e-Newsletters and the ORA magazines for the calendar year - consider it FREE advertising!
May use the ORA-approved Key Club Partner logo demonstrating status with the association. (Prior proof approval is necessary.)
Will be featured on the ORA website via the scrolling Key Club Partner footer.
Will be invited as a guest of the ORA, to an exclusive year-end Key Club Partner event in your honor.
ORA reserves the right to reschedule or cancel event dates and redesign the specifics of partnerships.
Exclusive Partners from the previous year have first right of refusal on renewing those partnerships for the current year.
Web site promotion and links offered in conjunction with events and programs are offered for the duration of annual partnership.
This exciting program offers many opportunities, and we would be happy to help you identify those that would best suit your marketing objectives. Please contact Patti Colley at (405) 942-8181 ext. 229 or (800) 375-8181 ext. 229 with any questions!?
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