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Make History With Your Sponsorship!

Make History With Your Sponsorship!
Here is an exciting opportunity to advertise your business and benefit your community! The Bergen County Historical Society is hosting the first Wine Festival at Historic New Bridge Landing on August 24, 2013, 12 noon to 5 pm, to raise funds for construction of a first-rate historical museum and library on the Society’s property at New Bridge, where extensive artifact and archival collections would be safely stored and displayed. Purchasing an ad in the Wine Festival journal is not only good for business, but it will help build Bergen County into the cultural and entertainment destination it deserves to be!

Journal advertisement rates:

Benefactor - Full page, logo on poster at New Bridge & 4 tickets to events: $600.

Patron - Half page & two tickets to event: $300

Supporter - 1/3 page & 1 ticket: $150

Friends - 14 pt. line of type in Journal: $50

To purchase a Journal advertisement or tickets, go to http://www.bergencountyhistory.org/Pages/BCHSWineFestivalAtHNBL.html

The Bergen County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) organization, founded in 1902, to preserve important evidence of our Past and to promote historical literacy through interesting programs and publications. We rely upon donations, membership dues and volunteer contributions of time and talent to support our efforts. We protect and interpret the Revolutionary War battleground at Historic New Bridge Landing in River Edge, where the Steuben House overlooks the Bridge That Saved A Nation. It survived more of the Revolution than any other spot in America, having served as a headquarters, battleground and encampment ground in every year of the war.

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