A Letter to Our Potential Sponsors
Thank you for your interest in becoming a sponsor for the KuroNeko Cultural Association! We want to express our deepest gratitude to you and all of your associates for giving us this consideration. As a non-profit organization, sponsorship helps us put on events like KuroNekoCon and develop charitable community outreach programs.
When you sponsor an organization like ours, there are some things we like to do to show our gratitude. The graphic below summarizes our sponsorship tiers:
Advertising with us is a valuable opportunity for both of us. We get a new friend to shower with love and gratitude, and with a considerable social media presence in the community, as well as a total attendance of 2,635 people in 2017, each of whom are given a souvenir program, you get a lot of visibility in a loyal community. Comped badges also give you and your associates or clients an opportunity to come check us out in person.
Our dedicated attendee base comes from all over the Pacific Northwest. For our tenth anniversary this upcoming summer we are expecting that number to grow substantially. For non-spokane-locals, we like to include a list of recommended places to go, things to do, and local sights to see in our program. That's our “rec list.” For Tsuki's Best Friends, it's our pleasure to include your business on that list! What are friends for, right?
Last, but not least, every one of our sponsors, regardless of their tier choice, will receive a package from us to you! You can expect a collectable plush of our mascot, Tsuki, as well as a certificate proclaiming you as a proud sponsor of our organization.
Not interested in sponsorship, but still want to support KNCA? Great! You can make a donation here:
Sponsors and Special Thanks
Our sponsors encompass a variety of industries and are a tremendous help to our organization. Please take the time to learn more about them and show your appreciation for their generosity by visiting their businesses.
If you would like to learn more about how you can help support KuroNeko Cultural Association and promote your business at our events please contact sponsor@KuroNekoCon.com.
Spokane's premier comic shop has an enormous selection of products including comics, graphic novels, manga, hats, beanies, shirts, hoodies, posters, games, puzzles, warhammer, gundam models, statues and busts, necklaces, key chains, lanyards, asian food and drink, action figures, plush dolls, backpacks, toys, wallets, mugs, magic cards, pokemon cards, and yugioh cards!
They also host events such as Cosplay Contests, Heroclix Tournaments, Yu-Gi-Oh! Tournaments, Pokemon CCG League, Magic Commander, Magic Standard Tournaments, Magic Booster Drafts, and so much more!
Every product is produced with the motto, “Power To Express” in mind. As the inventor of oil pastels and gel ink, Sakura provides products ideally suited both for the child, professional artist, and everyone in between. Sakura brands include Cray-Pas® oil pastels, Gelly Roll® gel pens, Pigma® Ink Technologies, including Micron®, Permapaque® markers, and many others.
Sakura of America is the sponsor and originator of our Live Drawing Contest. We are thankful to have their support.
Thanks to Non Dairy Confectionary for sponsoring Tsuki’s Kawaii Tea Party with their adorable accessories!
Delish Beads is a local business that specializes in colorful resin beads, acrylic beads, decoden supplies, plastic charms, kawaii cabochons and cute pendants. They will be sponsoring Tsuki’s Kawaii Tea Party with grab bags and raffle items!
Kawaii Kitties crafts unique Lolita fashions hand-made with the utmost care and quality. Check out their items in the exhibitor hall and at Tsuki’s Kawaii Tea Party!
Visual effects for nightlife.
Venue, indoor, outdoor systems.
Event services, rental, consulting.
One-of-a-kind rave and party LED wearables.
Spokane's longest running independent theater, having been in Spokane since 1945 the Garland theater has been a staple of the Garland district and Spokane as a whole for many years. Now they run as a second run theater bringing movies to Spokane at a discounted rate from the big chains!
John and Teresa Lane
Con parents John and Teresa Lane have generously donated towards the convention again this year. Thank you for your continued support!