Benefits of the Retreat Sponsorship
Opportunity to give remarks at the Retreat
Corporate logo and name on invitation and all Retreat materials
Opportunity to display corporate banner at the Retreat
Opportunity to present promotional materials to event attendees
One guest opportunity at the Retreat
Post-event publicity through the monthly Chamber newsletter, The Voice of the Valley, produced and distributed in cooperation with The Daily Item reaching 64,000 readers
Recognition on the LSV website
Recognition in the LSV monthly newsletter
Recognition in graduation program
Submitting payment for sponsorships are handled as a request. If your requested sponsorship has already been taken, LSV will contact you about other available sponsorships.
LSV reserves the right to reject sponsorships which are contradictory to LSV's mission, or in deference to commitments not yet registered in our online system.
The LSV Retreat
Now past the initial hurdle of awkward silences and timidity that often comes at first meetings, LSV participants have the opportunity to grow and build relationships, develop teamwork, and to identify skill sets in themselves which they hope to enhance throughout the program year in a retreat setting. Held annually at a retreat center or local camp, the experiential leadership component of the course kicks off at the retreat in arguably the most important large group setting of the program year. Held over two days, this overnight experience highlights the treasures of the Susquehanna Valley, serves as a bonding experience, and serves as an in-depth look at the leadership component which reaches across all program days. This year’s retreat will highlight high-performing teams, styles of leadership, and an introduction to each team’s community service project. The 2018 retreat will take place at Millville’s Camp Victory.