The Port of San Diego is soliciting applications for its Revenue and Promotion-Generating Sponsorship and Community Sponsorship programs for the upcoming fiscal year 2012-2013.
The Revenue and Promotion-Generating Sponsorship Program supports activities that generate promotional and economic benefit to the Port, its tenants and the region. The Community Sponsorship Program supports activities that attract visitors or educate the community about the Port's mission.
To qualify for a sponsorship, a program must demonstrate economic benefit and/or show how it attracts visitors to the San Diego Bay waterfront in the Port of San Diego's member cities of Chula Vista, Coronado, National City and San Diego and to the oceanfront of Imperial Beach.
Proposals for both programs (10 double-sided copies) are due Monday, April 30, 2012, by 5 p.m.
Each application must include a detailed budget, financial and marketing information and clearly spell out how the proposal meets the requirements criteria.
For further information please refer to the attached application links:
- FY2013 Community Sponsorship Application (154.3 kB)
- FY2013 Revenue & Promotion Generating Sponsorship Application (156.65 kB)
Interested applicants may also contact the Port's Business Development and Marketing office at 619-725-6080.
The Port of San Diego will notify applicants of their proposal status upon Board approval and began the process of contracting with approved applicants for their sponsorships.
About the Port:
The Port of San Diego is the fourth-largest of 11 deep water ports in California and the top port in the state for the movement of breakbulk cargo. The Port was created by the state legislature in 1962. Since then, it has invested in public improvements in its five member cities – Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, National City, and San Diego.
The Port District oversees two maritime cargo terminals, two cruise ship terminals, 17 public parks, the Harbor Police Department, and the leases of more than 600 tenant and sub tenant businesses around San Diego Bay.