2013 Award of Honor: Garage

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Does your business partner with or provide services or materials to architects? Sponsoring AIA Seattle programs is a great way to identify your company with great design and reach thousands of architect members.

As the seventh largest urban AIA chapter in the country, AIA Seattle has approximately 2,000 members, including individuals, member architectural firms, Corporate Allied Partners, and Individual Allied Partners. Our programs and publications reach thousands more, and our work with a variety of media—both industry and mainstream—enhance those outreach efforts. AIA Seattle members include principals in the top firms across Puget Sound, driving billions of dollars in building investment.

Sponsors (also known as Corporate Allied Partners or CAPs) support great design and gain valuable exposure with AIA Seattle's members and participants. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities with AIA Seattle, contact Kimber Leblicq, Managing Director at 206.448-4938 ext 103.


Exposure: Each year, AIA Seattle produces a diverse calendar of educational programs and networking events which offer unique opportunities to promote your business directly to the local architectural community and the large contingent of other industry leaders that participate in these events.

Positioning: Demonstrate your leadership in the areas that matter to your business and position your company as a thought-leader and source of trusted information. There is no better opportunity to differentiate your firm from your competition to the people who can make a difference in your success.

Relationship-Building: Being a Partner is a cost-effective way to gain access to AIA Seattle members and help develop the key relationships needed for your company to maximize its potential in our ever-more competitive industry.

Good design makes a difference

American Institute of Architects

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