2018 NATCC Sponsorship Opportunities

Why Sponsor the NATCC?

The North American Tree Climbing Championship (NATCC) provides a forum for arborists from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, the largest population of ISA members and credential holders, which offers the opportunity to learn from accomplished industry professionals, demonstrate their skills and techniques, and network with industry professionals. The event also provides an opportunity for those who serve the arboriculture industry to showcase their products and services to the top competitive tree-climbing arborists in North America.

Tree climbing competitions also serve as a vehicle for ISA to engage the public and provide a free and fun ISA experience that teaches about the importance of trees and proper tree care. The ISA Rocky Mountain Chapter, local hosts of NATCC, are working with ISA to provide public education and encourage participation at this event.

The generosity of our sponsors allows ISA to create opportunities for those from the 25 ISA Chapters in North America who are leaders in the arboriculture industry to share their knowledge with others. The mutually-beneficial relationship with sponsors also allows ISA to share information on the top products and services available to arborists and the public through sponsor recognition.

Sponsorship helps support:

  • Educational and networking opportunities for participants and attendees
  • Promotion of safe work practices by the demonstration of climbing proficiency and the use of best practices and industry safety standards.
  • Creation of a safe environment to introduce new techniques and technology through interactions among arborists, manufacturers, suppliers, researchers, and trainers.
  • Development of a more "fan-friendly" event by increasing public accessibility through adequate site location, regional promotions, and educational opportunities

If you are interested in sponsoring the 2018 NATCC in Providence, Rhode Island, US, please review the sponsorship prospectus or contact Jessica Carroll or call +1 217.355-9411.

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