Sponsorship

 

The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is an action-oriented organization focused on promoting healthy, engaging and vibrant communities through better design, policy and development.  By bringing together members and thought-leaders from the worlds of urban design, development, architecture, transportation, landscape architecture, academia, citizen activism, and government, CNU delivers a dynamic and inclusive collaborative focused on creating healthier, livable, and sustainable places.

The Atlanta chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU Atlanta) supports these initiatives throughout the metropolitan region by providing educational, social, and professional events and services for its members.  We would like to invite you to enhance your company’s visibility among this group, and in doing so support your local chapter through its educational and outreach initiatives.

 Sponsorship Opportunity

CNU Atlanta and the CDC Healthy Community Design Initiative Present:

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES SUMMIT

September 20-21, 2012
Atlanta, GA

 

This fall we are hosting the Healthy Communities Summit with the CDC’s Healthy Community Design Initiative to bring thought leaders from the design, health, and government communities together to discuss and learn new ways to build livable neighborhoods that support physical and mental health.

The Summit will kick off on Thursday, September 20, with an evening screening of the first episode of the PBS documentary Designing Healthy Communities followed by an expert panel discussion.   On Friday, September 21, a day long summit will take place among the expected 100 attendees as we discuss Code Reform, Health Impact Assessments, and the Health Districts Initiative workshop.

 Sponsorship Levels and Benefits

 

Please join the conversation by supporting CNU Atlanta. Your involvement now is more important than ever to our efforts. If you are interested in supporting CNU Atlanta, please email Atlanta@cnu.org.

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