Houston, TX
United Way of Greater Houston
Bayou Stewardship: From Awareness to Action
Thu, October 19, 2017 7:30AM to 3:15PM (Central)
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Name Remaining Available Until Price Qty
General Admission Ticket [+] $65.00
General admission ticket for a full day of presentations and a catered lunch.
Public Agency Admission Ticket [+] $50.00
Admission for public agency officials or employees to symposium and lunch.
Student or Teacher General Admission [+] SOLD OUT FREE
We hope to have a limited number of sponsored tickets for full time students or teachers. Please be prepared to show some form of ID upon arrival.
Speaker Registration [+] FREE
Confirmed speakers do not need to pay a registration fee.
Sponsor a Teacher [+] $250.00
Provides a grant to allow a public school teacher to attend the symposium at no cost. Sponsor receives one admission to the event, printed company name on invitations, program, website, and slide during the event.
Sponsor a Student [+] $250.00
Provides a grant to allow a school student to attend the symposium at no cost. Sponsor receives one admission to the event, printed company name on invitations, program, website, and slide during the event.
Coffee Mugs Sponsorship [+] 1 $500.00
Furnish at least 200 coffee mugs with your company's or organization's logo. Receive one admission to the symposium, printed company name on invitations, program, website, and slide during the event.
Thumb Drive Sponsorship [+] 2 $500.00
Furnish at least 200 thumb drives with your company's or organization's logo. Receive one admission to the symposium, printed company name on invitations, program, website, and slide during the event.
Morning Break Sponsorship [+] $750.00
Receive up to two admissions to the symposium, logo sign at break table, printed company name on invitations, program, website, and slide during the event.
Afternoon Break Sponsorship [+] $750.00
Receive up to two admissions to the symposium, logo sign at break table, printed company name on invitations, program, website, and slide during the event.
Lunch Sponsor [+] $1,000.00
Receive up to three admissions to the symposium, your company logo on sign near podium during lunch, printed company name on the program, website, and slide during the event.
Keynote Sponsor [+] $1,500.00
Receive up to three admissions to the symposium, logo sign at lunch podium, printed company name on invitations, program, website, and slide during the event.
Headline Bronze Sponsor [+] $2,000.00
Receive up to five admissions to the symposium; one attendee to VIP reception; one exhibit table; verbal recognition at the event; printed company logo on invitations, program, website, and slide during event; and brochure in attendee bag.
Headline Silver Sponsorship [+] $3,000.00
Receive up to six admissions to the symposium; two attendees to VIP reception; one exhibit table; verbal recognition at the event; printed company logo on invitations, program, website, and slide during event; and brochure in attendee bag.
Headline Gold Sponsorship [+] $4,000.00
Receive up to seven admissions to the symposium; three attendees to VIP reception; one exhibit table; verbal recognition at the event; printed company logo on invitations, program, website, and slide during event; and brochure in attendee bag.
Headline Platinum Sponsorship [+] $5,000.00
Receive up to eight admissions to the symposium; four attendees to VIP reception; one exhibit table; verbal recognition at the event; printed company logo on invitations, program, website, and slide during event; and brochure in attendee bag.
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EVENT DETAILS
The Bayou Preservation Association's 14th Annual Symposium will feature timely presentations by Scott McCready of SWA Group about the design of Buffalo Bayou Park and recent flooding impacts; Beth White, Executive Director of the Houston Parks Board; Harris County Commissioner Jack Cagle; Russ Poppe, P,E., the Executive Director of the Harris County Flood Control District; John Blount, P.E., Harris County Engineer; Dr. Kathlie Jeng-Bullock, P.E., from the Office of the City Engineer of the City of Houston; Jeff Taebel of the Houston-Galveston Area Council, Kyle Shelton of the Rice Kinder Institute, Bob Stokes of the Galveston Bay Foundation, and Sarah Bernhardt of the Galveston Bay Estuary Program.

The event admission includes a coffee service during both a morning and afternoon break along with a catered lunch.


The Bayou Preservation Association works to celebrate, protect, and restore the natural richness of all our bayous and streams.  We seek a network of healthy bayous, streams, and watersheds for the Houston region.
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