Experience the 1950s at the Ohio History Center
The 1950s were a decade of opportunity and post-war economic boom, fulfilling the American dream and traditional values. Yet powerful social and cultural changes were forming just under the surface. The decade saw the beginnings of the civil rights movement, a redefinition of women’s roles and the rise of rock-and-roll, as well as changes in art and fashion.
The 1950s Exhibit
The Ohio Historical Society will open a long-term, marquee exhibit on the 1950s in July 2013 at the Ohio History Center in Columbus. The exhibit will feature a reconstructed Columbus made Lustron home that visitors can walk through and interact with to explore the 1950s first-hand.
While many Americans remember the 1950s, this exhibit offers an opportunity for parents and grandparents to experience it again with their children and grandchildren.
How can you help? Become a Sponsor of the 1950s Exhibit!
You can help the Ohio Historical Society bring the 1950s to life. Exhibit sponsorship is available at the following levels.
|Presenting Sponsor ||$250,000+ |
|Sponsor ||$100,000-$249,999 |
|Partner ||$50,000-$99,999 |
|Supporter ||$25,000-$49,999 |
|Benefactor ||$10,000-$24,999 |
|Patron ||$5,000-$9,999 |
|Friend ||$1,000-$4,999 |
|Donor ||$350-$999 |
Sponsors will be recognized throughout the five years that the exhibit is on display. Depending on the level of support, you may receive the following benefits.
1) Recognition at entrance and exit of the exhibit
2) Recognition on exhibit printed materials
3) Recognition on exhibit web page
4) Recognition in Society publications and news releases
5) Recognition in donor listings
6) Invitations to exhibit events and complimentary passes to the Ohio History Center
Please contact Paulene Wilson at email@example.com or 614.297.2322 for more information.