Photo Credit: Andrew Losh

Thank You To Our 2018 Sponsors

Each year, Fresno Reel Pride relies on the community and local businesses to make our annual film festival possible.

If you’re a local business owner, consider being part of the Fresno Reel Pride Film Festival. As a sponsors, your business will reach thousands of filmgoers by being highlighted in our program booklet, through our social media channels and website, and more!

Presenting Partner

Event Sponsors

Wells-Fargo

Media Partners

Sponsors

ABC 30
American Ambulance
Arctic Glacier USA
Bobby Salazar’s
Boos & Associates
Bradley Rutledge – Atella Properties
The California Endowment
Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino
Cindy’s Frozen Yogurt and Desserts
Community Link
CSAA / AAA Travel
David Sheppard – Guarantee Real Estate
DJ Binx – Bianca Lopez
Donaghy Sales
Dumont Printing
FAB Fresno
Fetching Social
Fresno Art Museum

Fresno Building Healthy Communities
Fresno City College – Spectrum Club
Fresno Filmworks
Fresno Music Academy and Arts
Fresno Pride Lions Club
Fresno State College of Social Sciences
Fresno State Henry Madden Library
Fresno State Rainbow Alumni and Allies Club
Gazebo Gardens
Hedrick’s Chevrolet
Hotel Piccadilly
Imperial Dove Court of Fresno
Jack Daniel’s
JP Marketing
Kaiser Permanente
LGBT Fresno
Lucy’s Lounge
Luxe Salon
New Amsterdam Vodka

The Painted Table
Pepsi Co. – Equal
PG&E
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
Positive Life
Queen’s Inn / Idle Hour Winery
The Revue
Richie’s Pizza & Hot Dogs
Sequoia Brewing Company
Stella Artois
St. James Episcopal Cathedral
Turner Road Vintners – Ravage Wine
The Source LGBT+ Center
Valley Public Radio
Veni Vidi Vici
ViSTA Theater
Wells Fargo
Wesley United Methodist Church
The Xotica Show
Young’s Market Company

Sponsorship Opportunities

For more information about future sponsorship opportunities, download our 2018 Reel Pride Sponsorship Packet, or contact: 

Michael Reyna
Vice President / Director of Sponsorships
sponsors@reelpride.com

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