Sponsors show support for ANA World’s Fair of Money
Twenty-three sponsors have contributed $66,550 to support the American Numismatic Association (ANA) World’s Fair of MoneySM 2003 in Baltimore, July 30 to August 3.
“The tremendous financial contributions from these sponsors demonstrate their continued strong support for the ANA and its convention,” says ANA Convention Director Brenda Bishop. “Their commitment to the World’s Fair of Money provides the ANA with needed funding to promote, market and produce what promises to be our best show yet.”
Delaware Valley Rare Coin and Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) are the two Title Sponsors of the show, each having donated $10,000 to support all activities and events at the ANA event. The names of both firms will be imprinted on bags given to all visitors as they register for the five-day show at the Baltimore Convention Center. Their names also will be highlighted on signage at the entrance to the bourse.
In addition, Title Sponsors will be recognized at the show’s opening ceremonies beginning at 9:45 a.m. on Wednesday, July 30, and receive free convention program advertising, recognition banners above their bourse tables, sponsor ribbons for their staffs and corporate tables at the ANA Awards Banquet on Saturday, August 2.
There are 20 Secondary Sponsors for the ANA show in Baltimore. Each Secondary Sponsor donated $1,000 or more and will be recognized with entry and bourse-table signage, and receive staff ribbons and convention program advertising.
Secondary Sponsors are:
- • National Gold Exchange–$8,500; Signs & Banners, Young Numismatist (YN) Treasure Trivia Game and YN Breakfast sponsor
- • Heritage Rare Coin Galleries–$7,000; Numismatic Theatre, Banquet and Meeting Place sponsor
- • Coinland.com–$3,000; YN Auction sponsor
- • Spectrum Numismatics–$3,000; Hospitality Room sponsor
- • Superior Galleries–$3,000; Exhibit Area sponsor
- • American Numismatic Rarities–$2,500; YN Mail-Bid Auction sponsor
- • U.S. Coins, Inc.–$2,500; Message Center sponsor
- • Catherine Bullowa-Moore–$2,000; Carpeting sponsor
- • J.J. Teaparty–$2,000; Meeting Room and Convention Marketing sponsor
- • Anthony Terranova, Inc.–$1,700; Sunday Dealer Breakfast sponsor
- • Main Line Coin & Stamp, Inc.–$1,500; Pages sponsor
- • Lee Minshull Rare Coins, Inc.–$1,500; Numismatic Surviving Link Game sponsor
- • American Heritage Minting, Inc.–$1,000; Girl & Boy Scout Badge Clinic sponsor
- • Austrian Mint–$1,000; Press Room sponsor
- • Kevin Lipton Rare Coins–$1,000; YN World Series of Numismatics sponsor
- • Marsh Affinity Group–$1,000; Convention Marketing sponsor
- • Numismatic Emporium–$1,000; Girl & Boy Scout Badge Clinic sponsor• Scott Travers Rare Coin Galleries–$1,000; Convention Marketing sponsor
- • Texas Numismatic Investments, Inc.–$1,000; Convention Marketing sponsor
- • Fred Weinberg & Co., Inc.–$1,000; Meeting Room sponsor
In addition, M&M World Travel contributed $350 for gifts at the convention’s banquet, Saturday, August 2.
Originally Release Date: July 1, 2003
ANA Contacts: Phone: 719-482-9872