Tickets to the luncheon will not be issued. Please have your party check in at the door upon arrival at the Wally Allen Ballroom. The luncheon begins promptly at 11:30 a.m.
Or, call Arkansas Capital, 501-374-9247.
To Request an Invoice and/or a W-9 form: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 501-374-9427. You may also request an invoice on the sponsor form.
The Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup is managed by the Arkansas Economic Acceleration Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization, qualified under Section 501(c)(3) of the federal Internal Revenue Service Tax Code. Your donation is deductible to the extent provided by law. AEAF EIN: 71-0819945.
Note: Tickets to the award luncheon are not issued – please check in at the entrance to the Wally Allen Ballroom and give your company name for tables, or your name for individual seating. You will then be escorted into the ring! The “Clash for the Cash” begins at 11:30 a.m. – sharp!
The Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup has impacted more than 2,500 college and university students since the first competition in 2001! Contributions and sponsorships ensure student teams from any college or university in Arkansas can compete without an entry fee. Funding also helps defray costs for semi-finalist and finalist team members who will travel to Little Rock March 30 and 31, 2017, for Oral Presentations.
Sponsorships also make the April 11 Awards Luncheon an exciting and memorable Arkansas tradition celebrating our state’s rich entrepreneurial history. The luncheon proves that the resources and talent to succeed in business are right here at home and shows the competitors that their ideas and hard work are highly valued by hundreds from our state’s business and education communities.
“If you’re thinking about being a sponsor or being involved in Governor’s Cup, it’s something you really should do. It’s really good publicity for the state. It can really help the startup community and economic growth of the state – whether that’s helping out with the startups or just putting money back into the state. It really can help grow our economy overall.”
– Kevin Oden, Chief Operations Officer, cycleWood Solutions
2011 First-Place Graduate Winner
One of the reasons I’m such a big supporter of the Governor’s Cup competition is it gets young people excited about being entrepreneurs and helps them realize that they can do this. . . it is a very good investment in young people in Arkansas, and in the state of Arkansas in general, and in Arkansas’s future.
–James Smith, founder, James + James; Springdale
2009 First-Place Undergraduate Winner