Sponsorship opportunities are available for the 5th Anniversary Gala Celebration and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Sponsorship categories follow:
Platinum $2,000 Diamond $1,000
Gold $1,500 Bronze $500
Silver $1,200 Donation $100
Underwriting a portion of the costs for items needed for the gala event are available if you want to support the anniversary gala and take advantage of the gala's unique promotional opportunities, but cannot attend. Simply choose your giving level and underwrite a portion of the costs for any of the following needs:
Dinner - Venue - Design & Printing - Decor & Floral - Entertainment - Signage - Staging/Lighting - Video/Photography
Underwriting levels of giving follow:
Deep Roots $2,500 Growing Tree $1,500 Blooming Buds $1,000
Details for each category are available upon request. Call the KAA-MaCC Administrative Office (704.925.1314) or email (email@example.com) for any inquiries. To download the KAA-MaCC Sponsorship Proposal, click here.
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The Legacy Hall of Fame category recognizes individuals who have made significant and extraordinary contributions that have had lasting value and importance and have withstood the test of time.
In the category of Lifetime Achievement, an award is presented to individuals recognized for their gift/talent and leadership in the communities throughout Cabarrus and Rowan County.
The purpose of the Kannapolis African-American Museum and Cultural Center Hall of Fame is to recognize and honor African-American individuals from Cabarrus and Rowan County, North Carolina who excelled in their respective roles and who helped to bring honor, recognition, distinction, and excellence to their gift/talent. Recognition of individuals in the Hall of Fame will help maintain the spirit, pride, and sense of community as well as serve as a historical account of the African-American presence in Cabarrus and southern Rowan County, North Carolina.
A hall of fame will be constructed in a display case in the main hallway foyer in the museum. All awardees, selected for induction into the Hall of Fame, will have a gold plate placed on a plaque in the display case with their name, category of award, and city/neighborhood where they lived or worked.
The Celebrity Hall of Fame category recognizes individuals from or have roots in Cabarrus and Rowan County and have attained celebrity status in their chosen careers. These are individuals who are deemed very important and are very well known.
Residents, former residents, family members and/or kindred are eligible for nomination after their contribution was made to the African-American community in Cabarrus and Rowan County, North Carolina and/or other location of residence. They must be in good standing in the community where they lived as determined by the Board Members.
Such individual or institution (i.e., trailblazers) must have contributed a memorable impact on said community or in their career. Among the accomplishments taken into account will be individual (neighborhood, city, state, or national), professional achievement, educational with school impact (team accomplishments, individual school), institutional contribution/ achievement, and have a positive impact on the community at-large during their era and accomplishments thereafter.
The nomination is also open to businesses and/or churches that must have served with distinction and/or made significant contributions to African-American communities, as evidenced, for example, by the success of their administrations and the acknowledgment of same.
Five individuals will be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the KAA-MaCC 5th Anniversary Gala & Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Saturday, October 6, 2018.
Legacy Hall of Fame:
Warren Clay Coleman (deceased), entrepreneur who made significant and extraordinary contributions in Concord, NC.
Celebrity Hall of Fame:
Travis W. Alexander, maestro and director of the NC A&T State University Choir and Chamber Singers, and piano/music history professor.
Lifetime Achievement Honorees:
Dr. Barbara Wesley Baker, internationally noted conductor and educator.
Bettye McConnaughey McLaurin, a retired educator and member of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc.
Mr. Stephen L. Shipp, entrepreneur and owner of Shipps Fire Extinguisher Sales and Service in Concord, NC.
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