The State of the State is an event in which exclusive insights are shared as California’s new fiscal year begins from the State Senator. Topics such as healthcare, education, tax credits and other initiatives on creating more jobs and programs to promote the economy are discussed. Guests are provided the opportunity to network with one another, enjoy a meal and gain additional knowledge from political leaders in the community.

This year, we welcomed Senator Ben Allen in his inaugural address at the Hollywood Chamber’s State of the State Luncheon on  July 30th at 11:30 AM at Paramount Pictures (5555 Melrose Avenue).

This keynote conversation was moderated by Craig Darian, Co-Chairman & CEO of Occidental Entertainment Group Holdings, Inc. and Tricor Entertainment, Inc.  Discussion topics with Senator Ben Allen included housing & development, CEQA reform, green initiatives, and the impact of Hollywood’s entertainment industry to the State of California.

Sponsorship Opportunities Available

 

$1,800 Silver Level Sponsor Benefits:

  • A table with your choice of either 8 or 10 seats – Chamber will fill open seats upon request
  • Acknowledgement as a sponsor in pre-publicity and press releases
  • A quarter page ad in the program
  • Upon request, tabletop exhibit space during the reception, prior to the luncheon

$2,600 Gold Level Sponsor Benefits:

  • All of the above plus:
  • A half page ad in the program
  • Logo showcased on stage signage

$5,000 Platinum Level Sponsor Benefits:

  • All of the above plus:
  • Preferred table placement at the front of the room
  • A disk of digital event photos upon request
  • May have a promotional piece placed at each seat

$7,500 Partner Level Sponsor Benefits:

  • All of the above plus:
  • An additional seat at the Head Table
  • Photo taken with Senator Allen and 8×10 copy mailed to you
  • Co-moderate a conversation on stage with Senator Ben Allen

$10,000 Presenting Level Sponsor Benefits: 

  • All of the above plus:
  • A pivotal speaking role at the event, on stage