Sponsorship and Other Opportunities

 

Annual Conference

 

NEPPA's Annual Conference has traditionally been an outstanding networking opportunity for friends and associates of public power. First, pick a dollar amount that you are comfortable with. You can receive recognition as a sponsor for as little as $200 or receive maximum exposure as an event sponsor for up to $3,000.

 

All sponsors, regardless of dollar amount, will receive distinctive conference nametags,recognition at events, and names on signs.

 

An example of NEPPA's 2017 Annual Conference can be found here.


Engineering & Operations Conference and Expo

 

Sponsorship at this event ranges from sponsoring the refreshments, coffee & danish, lunch, or reception and other options. All have varying prices.  

 

An example of NEPPA's 2017 Engineering & Operations Conference and Expo can be found here. 


Customer Service Conference

 

Sponsorship starts at $250. You will receive a table to display your materials, the chance to get up and talk to the group during the meeting and your name will be put on all the marketing material for the conference.


Annual Membership Meeting

 

There is a morning session where you can introduce yourself and your firm, or you can just come and have lunch and meet old and new friends. There will be room for some display tables so you can distribute company materials. Please note that there is no fee for your participation in this meeting.

 

An example of NEPPA's 2016 Annual Membership Meeting can be found here.



Annual Northeast Public Power Lineworker's Rodeo 

 

The rodeo offers unique opportunities to participating utilities to enhance skills and job knowledge and to foster strong working relationships. The event encourages teamwork and provides a better understanding of utility work for families and other spectators. Above all, there is an intense focus on safety. Every event’s primary purpose is to promote safe work practices. Modeled after the International Linemen’s Rodeo first held in the midwest in 1984, the rodeo involves three-person teams that compete in five different events.

 

An example of NEPPA's 2016 Annual Northeast Public Power Lineworker's Rodeo can be found here.


Annual Skills Assessment Rodeo at the NEPPA Training Center 

 

If you would like to participate, please contact Steve Socoby, the Director of Training, at ssocoby@neppa.org