Marketing & Networking Opportunity

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The Florida Floodplain Managers Association is a diverse group of professionals whose mission is to provide leadership in floodplain management to reduce risk and loss caused by flood. Our members include communities that participate in and enforce the standards of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), and many other agencies who work with and support these communities. FFMA has over 800 members and continues to grow each year. Now is the chance to reach a whole new group of professionals! Check out the benefits of being a sponsor, exhibitor or both:

  • Low costs for sponsorship and exhibiting compared to other organizations and conferences!
  • Reach a multi-disciplinary group of professionals, including floodplain and stormwater managers, engineers, surveyors, building officials and plans examiners, insurance agents, and emergency managers, to name a few.
  • Network with local, state and federal government officials, including representatives of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Sponsorship Opportunities

Equipment Donation: FFMA is in need of laptops, projectors, and screens to be used at the annual conference and throughout the year. Contact Cece McKiernan, CFM for details.

Scholarship Donation: Sponsor a scholarship or provide a monetary donation towards the FFMA conference scholarship fund. Donate Now.

Conference Sponsorship:

Provide a monetary donation towards the cost of the annual conference and receive the benefits below:

 

  Exhibitor* Nickel Bronze Gold Platinum Titanium Diamond
Benefits $350/$450 $500 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 $4,000 $5,000+
Conference Registration 1 1 1 1 2 2 2
Exhibit Booth
Logo printed on welcome banner & schedule
Recognized on LinkedIn  ●
Recognized in eNewsletter
Article in eNewsletter
Verbal and printed recognition for1 event Coffee Break Breakfast Lunch

*$350 for members, $450 for non-members. 

Sponsorship Link Coming Soon

 

QUESTIONS? Contact the Conference Committee at conference@FLfloods.org.