Did you love GeekGirlCon? Become a sponsor!

Oh, what a wonderful GeekGirlCon!

More than 11,000 attendees came through our con to experience our expansive new floor of exhibitors, a collection of diverse panels, and, of course, the fabulous cosplay contest.

Sights from GeekGirlCon 2016! Credit from left to right: Twitter user @SunbreakGames; Twitter user @SammusMusic, Twitter user @TheYooner.

Sights from GeekGirlCon 2016! (Credit from left to right: Twitter user @SunbreakGames; Twitter user @SammusMusic, Twitter user @TheYooner.)

GeekGirlCon 2016 is in the books, but for many it is still in our hearts as an incredible weekend as we share our favorite con moments with friends and family.

It’s your stories that inspire a team of volunteers to make GeekGirlCon happen each year. We are powered by a 100% passionate, volunteer-run organization (and 501c3 nonprofit) dedicated to putting on our fantastic con that celebrates women in science, tech, gaming, comics, and all other geekdoms.

Cosplayers in GeekGirlCon’s 2016 exhibitors floor. Our exhibitor floor expansion was possible thanks to people who sponsored us! (Credit from left to right: Rosie from Lumberjanes cosplay @sp00kyaction Instagram, photo via Instagram Disney Star Wars cosplay, photo via Twitter user @Joi_the_Artist;Luigi’s Haunted Mansion cosplay, photo via @ro.higashi Instagram.

Cosplayers in GeekGirlCon’s 2016 exhibitors floor. Our exhibitor floor expansion was possible thanks to people who sponsored us! (Credit from left to right: Rosie from Lumberjanes cosplay @sp00kyaction Instagram; Disney Star Wars cosplay, photo via Twitter user @Joi_the_Artist; Luigi’s Haunted Mansion cosplay, photo via @ro.higashi Instagram.)

So, if you LOVED GeekGirlCon, there are many ways to get involved throughout the year: we have events throughout the year, volunteering opportunities, and sponsorships.

You can be a sponsor of GeekGirlCon for as little as $5 a month. And sponsors get sweet benefits!

From Iron to Amazonian, check out the individual sponsor tier below to see if one is right for you. Click here to become a sponsor.

Individual Sponsor Benefits

Iron: $50 or $5/month

  • Name entered in a drawing to win GeekGirlCon Swag Basket at the next GeekGirlCon

Mithril: $100 or $10/month

  • Recognition in the program

Osmium: $250 or $21/month

Includes all above benefits, plus:

  • One weekend pass to GeekGirlCon ‘17
  • Expedited Registration and Check-in at GeekGirlCon ‘17

Phrik: $500 or $45/month

Includes all above benefits, plus:

  • Recognition on the website
  • Reserved seating for two at the GeekGirlCon ‘17 special events and closing celebration
  • Two weekend passes to GeekGirlCon ‘17

Adamantium: $1,000 or $85/month

Includes all above benefits, plus:

  • Cut in Line Pass for all Panels***

***Sponsors must arrive at the panel before it lets in and before the line caps. If the line has capped, sponsors won’t be allowed in. People who require accommodations will also be given first priority. Extra security measures may also impact this due to safety protocols for Washington State Convention Center.

Uru: $2,500 or $209/month

Includes all above benefits, plus:

  • Spotlight recognition in the Program Guide
  • Special recognition at one special event of your choice
  • Invitation to our Before the Con tour of the space with staff and board
  • Invitation to our “Behind the Scenes” dinner (with board member, executive director, and/or directors) before the Con

Vibranium: $5,000 or $417/month

Includes all above benefits, plus:

  • Exclusive Hosted Game Night with GeekGirlCon Gaming Staff for 10 Guests

Amazonium: $10,000

Includes all above benefits, plus:

  • Spotlight recognition in our e‐newsletter & blog
  • Special recognition at all curtain speeches

Click here to become a sponsor! If you’re interested in corporate sponsorships, please contact our sponsorship team at sponsorship@geekgirlcon.com.

By becoming a sponsor you can help sustain our non-profit organization that strives to connect  geeky women worldwide and create community to foster continued growth of women in geek culture through events.

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Ashli Blow

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