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TPR Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship of TPR events is a wonderful way to support Texas Public Radio, connect your brand with an engaged audience, and get your business name out in front of a desirable group of decision makers and leaders within the community.

Below is a list of upcoming events. For more information on sponsoring an event, please contact Wendy Wommack at

Annual Salute to Business Supporters              Location: Artpace

March 7, 6 p.m.

This invitation only event is our thank you party for both the  for-profit and non-profit entities that support and partner with TPR throughout the course of the year.

This year’s event will take place at the Artpace campus. Artpace is housed in an 18,000 square foot facility renovated by the eminent San Antonio firm Lake/Flato Architects, winner of the American Institute of Architects’ coveted Architecture Firm Award. The 1920’s building, once a Hudson automobile dealership, is located in the vibrant downtown cultural district. Artpace contributes to the city’s vital cultural life by providing a facility with easy access, challenging exhibitions, and a diverse array of programs for artists, students, and adults. The “Word on the Street” exhibit will be open during the Salute to Supporters event.

Your financial support of TPR enables us to continue the production and distribution of quality news and entertainment programming in South Texas. We are pleased to invite you to consider becoming one of the sponsors for this event.

Deadline for this sponsorship is January 31, 2019

Sponsorship opportunities for this event are sold out.

Thank you, Port San Antonio, Dixie Flag & Banner Company, Southwest Metal Roofing, and Culligan of San Antonio!

Worth Repeating Season 4.  Location: Brick @Blue Star Art Complex

March 5, 7 p.m.

At TPR’s Worth Repeating, seven storytellers have seven minutes to tell their story around a monthly theme. March's theme is "My Secret Life" - Big secrets and big times we were under the radar.

As a sponsor you’ll reach a listenership comprised mostly of a demographic of 40 years and under. A commonsensical group of individuals having a relatively high income, professional careers, and carry a strong influence in the market.

Deadline for this sponsorship is February 19.

Thank you Niche!

2 sponsorship slots still available.

Fest of Tails  Location: McAllister Park.

March 16, 2019

Texas Public Radio is partnering with the San Antonio Parks Foundation in their 12th annual celebration, Fest of Tails, kite festival and dog fair,  Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Mc Allister Park. A day filled with live music, performances, crafts, canine costume contest, pooch parade, and kites, this is an annual celebration welcoming the arrival of spring, while encouraging citizens to experience first-hand how much fun a family day in the park can be, and to increase awareness of San Antonio’s ever-growing parks system through community involvement. This event also brings awareness of how important it is to have an active parks and recreation programs for public use and enjoyment. Parks establish and maintain the quality of life in a community, ensures the health of families and youth, and contributes to the economic and environmental well-being of a community and region.

As a sponsor, you’ll be in front of thousands of people while supporting the San Antonio Parks Foundation’s mission to provide enhancements to the parks of the City of San Antonio and the County of Bexar, which improve the quality of life for all San Antonio citizens. Your sponsorship shows support to creating greener spaces, recreation areas for the community, and protecting the natural ecosystem, all which is vital in shaping a successful city.

1 sponsorship slot still available.

Thank you, North Park Subaru, Pets First Veterinary Center, and Vision Zero!

Sponsorship deadline is March 1, 2019.

Sponsorships are also available for TPR programming: Traffic, Weather and Texas centered news programs such as Texas Standard, focused on statewide news, and our local call in talk show The Source, which looks at the issues affecting San Antonio.