The Business Alliance Program is designed to promote a true partnership between industry experts and Minnesota cities.
Business Leadership Council
Our premium sponsorship package provides you with unprecedented advertising and engagement opportunities. Business Leadership Council participants receive all the benefits of Business Partners and also become subject matter experts for the League and our members.
If your organization joins the Business Leadership Council, you will have the opportunity to provide content for LMC publications, trainings, and conferences, including a concurrent session track at our Annual Conference. In addition, Council participants receive a host of exclusive benefits and engagement opportunities. No other program can position your organization more closely to Minnesota cities!
This is our middle-tier sponsorship package. In addition to the same benefits provided to Business Associates, Business Partners also receive generous complimentary advertising (both in print and online) and an Annual Conference exhibit booth, as well as daily city news clippings from throughout the state. Business Partners may also submit content for one Cities Bulletin newsletter article that highlights your expertise and knowledge to the city community.
Our basic sponsorship package provides your organization with special recognition in League publications and on our website. Business Associates also receive great discounts, free access to our research and information services, and complimentary publications.
Only Business Alliance members can purchase exclusive sponsorship opportunities, including exposure at events and activities, as well as conferences and trainings throughout the year.
—View these exclusive opportunities just for Business Alliance Program members (pdf)
The League's Sponsorship Program is open to businesses that provide services to cities, subject to approval of a submitted application and agreement to terms of membership. Business Alliance Program membership does not constitute an endorsement by the League of Minnesota Cities, nor does it represent an opinion about the quality of these organizations’ products or services.