Sponsorships are Relationships
Raising awareness and Supporting Conservation
TLB believes in and honors relationships. To that end, we believe in actively engaging and working with corporate sponsors towards mutual benefits, and by tailoring our sponsorship options to include coordinated outcomes and benefits. Therefore sponsorship options and levels are only suggestive. We prefer to work with sponsors as partners in conservation.
- We reach audiences across central and southern Ontario
- Residents of the region are a dynamic mix of entrepreneurs, homesteaders, hunters, tradesmen and artisans who look for innovation, who embrace outdoor sports, and aren’t shy to try new things.
- Cottagers retreat to the region to escape the pace and buzz of the larger cities to the south; they invest in their seasonal residences often placing more care and attention to these second homes than their urban dwellings. They embrace the outdoors through recreation, and participating in caring stewardship.
- TLB reaches out to children and schools across the region to enhance awareness and advance education; and through our dedicated programming of Turtle Guardians and the ABCs of TLB
- In special projects our audience extends across rural north America.
TLB’s Track Record:
- The TLB website has a Google Rank of 5 (a logarithmic scale) as one of the highest for conservation organizations in the Province; and is visited by over 260,000 people each year
- TLB Skink Magazines have reached upwards of 20,000
- TLB products have sold to over 20,000 individuals
- The TLB documentary was viewed by over 600,000
- TLB enews and other social media audiences are growing. To date we reach over 3000 individuals through FaceBook, Twitter and Mail outs.
TLB Projects and Platforms:
- Upcoming: My First Shot, Documentary www.myfirstshot.ca
- Turtle Guardians www.turtleguardians.com
- New collaborative projects and related venues of workshops, mail outs, and TLB website pages
- Annual workshops and conferences
- Monthly presentations to ratepayers, school groups, community groups, and municipalities in the spring to the fall
Canned opportunities: 2016