2020 Budget Ball
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget is hosting our annual Budget Ball reception and dinner this fall in Washington, DC. The exact date, location and speakers will be announced later this spring. This important event brings together thought leaders, lawmakers, and business executives from across the country for an important discussion about our nation’s economic future.
Co-Hosted by Committee co-chairs: Mitch Daniels, Leon Panetta, & Tim Penny
Budget Ball 2020 will commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the Simpson-Bowles Commission and will feature a high profile keynote speaker. Last year’s events featured more than 300 guests, including over a dozen of Members of Congress, and a presentation by Steve Ballmer, founder of USAFacts and former CEO of Microsoft.
I hope you will consider being a part of Budget Ball 2020 by sponsoring us, and by extension the work that we do. Becoming a sponsor not only allows you to gain recognition before, during, and after this signature event, but it will put you in the room with the budget community’s most influential policymakers, congressional staffers, executive branch officials, Fortune 500 executives, and business/trade associations.
This year we expect to have even more of the most influential people in Washington in attendance, including many of our Fiscal Hero Members of Congress.
We hope that you will be a part of this memorable event.
Table Sponsorship Opportunities
Platinum Sponsor - $50,000
4 tickets at a head table with event speakers and VIPs
Gold Sponsor - $25,000
2 tickets at a head table with event speakers and VIPs
Silver Sponsor - $12,000
Premium table for up to 8 guests
Bronze Sponsor - $6,000
Half table for up to 4 guests
There are also opportunities to give Gift-In-Kind Sponsorships. If you do not want to give online please contact Chris Rotella at email@example.com for additional information.
You may also print and mail the sponsorship form.
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget is a 501(c)(3) organization and your gift is tax deductible.