Public-Private Partnerships

Education Friendly AdvertisingThe use of public-private partnerships (PPPs or P3s) is a growing and necessary trend that helps educational institutions meet critical needs. While many in the public and private sector are rushing to catch up and understand this emerging market, Hunter Education Capital is at the forefront as the premier consultancy for matching corporate sponsorships with educational needs.

 

Avon Local Schools and Joe Firment Chevrolet announce naming rights partnership for high school football stadium

Westfield Washington Schools and Riverview Health announce naming rights partnership for high school football

Brunswick High School stadium becomes Brunswick Auto Mart Stadium, school district gets $750,000

Brunswick City Schools and Brunswick Auto Mart Announce Naming Rights Partnership for High School Football Stadium

School District Tries To Scare Up $3 Million In Advertising To Pay For Sports

Local-level sports programs selling naming rights

School Naming Rights and the First Amendment’s Perfect Storm

Corporations Go Back To School: Colleges Attract Naming Rights Deals

Lakewood City Schools sign over naming rights for stadium to First Federal Lakewood

Schools earning big bucks from corporate sponsors

Advertising in schools gains ground as Manchester mulls the idea

The Selling of Our Schools: Advertising in the Classroom

Hatboro-Horsham adopts policy allowing advertising in schools.

Companies’ ads in schools help raise cash

Corporate Sponsorship in High School Athletics

Anchor essays on corporate sponsorships in schools

PUSD Foundation pushes corporate sponsorship in schools

North Kitsap School District mulls corporate sponsorship

State education budgets continue to be severely cut by millions of dollars per district.

In some states, more than 70 percent of tax levies failed in the 2012 election.