Sponsors
With a collection of fees from vendors to help pay for event expenses, we're grateful to receive support from other sources to help keep this event ongoing for everyone to enjoy and learn from.

Do you want to help support an event that brings together people to celebrate the beauty and friendliness of Pacific Islander people, cultures, traditions, and lifestyles? We could use your help and we welcome any level of monetary, product or service.

Please contact us if you want to help Sponsor this year's event.
Saturday, June 18, 2022 in San Francisco, CA
Hawaii - Samoa - Tonga - Tahiti - Cook Islands - New Zealand - Fiji - Guam
10th Annual
INCENTIVES SILVER
$500
GOLD
$1,000
PLATINUM
$1,500
ALOHA POLY FEST Souvenirs and Promotional Items
Vendor Space   10' x 10' 10' x 20'
Lunch Vouchers   2 3
Banner or Poster (you provide) Size up to 3' wide up to 6' wide up to 8' wide
Banner or Poster (you provide) Placement at the event Heavy-foot Traffic
area
Heavy-foot Traffic
area
Heavy-foot Traffic
area
Logo, Individual or Business Name and Contact information with Business Description placement on the official website (during its lifetime) and other related Souvenirs and Promotional Items
Photo and Video placement on the official website and other related Souvenirs and Promotional Items
Recognition at the event and across many popular Social Media platforms
Special thanks to this year's Sponsors for their support. We're honored and blessed to have you part of this year's event.

Polynesian Gift Hut
www.polynesiangifthut.com
Owned and operated by San Francisco artisan Charles Hamer, this tropical webstore offers island-inspired gifts and more
including handcrafted items and souvenir products.

KZCT 89.5 FM/OzCat Radio
www.ozcatradio.com
Radio Station in Vallejo, California, featuring the Pacific Vibes show hosted by Musician/Singer/Songwriter/Radio Host/DJ
George "DaPlumma" Flazer, known for sharing his passion of Island-style Reggae, Hawaiian Contemporary and Classic
music,  and linking together Bay Area communities with news of Bay Area events about Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.