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Become a Fresno Reel Pride Sponsor
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!

Thank you to our 2017 Reel Pride 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!

For More Information:

Michael Reyna
Director of Sponsorships
sponsors@reelpride.com

Download Our Sponsor Kit:

Learn more about our sponsorship opportunities by downloading our 2017 Sponsorship Kit.

  • Sponsor Kit
  • Sponsor Levels
  • Ad Specifications

Fresno State College of Social Sciences
Gazebo Gardens
Hedrick’s Chevrolet
Imperial Dove Court of Fresno
Jack Daniel’s
JP Marketing
Kaiser Permanente
K-Jewel
Melody Daggs Dog Training
Netricks, Inc.
New Amsterdam Vodka
The Painted Table
Pepsi Co. – Equal
PG&E
Piccadilly Inn Shaw
Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
Positive Life
Queen’s Inn / Idle Hour Winery
Richie’s Pizza & Hot Dogs
Sequoia Brewing Company
Stella Artois
St. James Episcopal Cathedral
The Source LGBT+ Center
Tom DeBey – Landmark Properties
Toni M. Onkka, LCSW
Unitarian Universalist Church of Fresno
Valley Public Radio
Veni Vidi Vici
ViSTA Theater
Wells Fargo
Wesley United Methodist Church
The Xotica Show
Young’s Market Company

Past Program Guides:

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