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					      AFRICANS FOOD AND WINE
    FESTIVAL (WINDY HILL) GEORGIA - USA
                           AUGUST 31ST - SEPTEMBER 2ND, 2012

 COUNTRY HEARTH INN and SUITES (2767 WINDY HILL RD. MARIETTA GA. 30067)
                                  USA.

                             August 31st 2012 - 5pm to 12am

                                September 1st - 5pmto 12am

                                September 2nd -5pm to 2am




                                 SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE

 Many wondered what does Africans eat and what does traditional African food looks like. They
                are plentiful and varies, nutritious, fibber and often organic.

 African and African American cooking has quite a lot in common. This is understandable as the
ancestors of African Americans are mostly Africans and therefore have passed on a rich legacy of
                           flavorsome recipes of scrumptious dishes.

In Africa, we do well to move back to the way our ancestors cook, ate straight off the land, without
            the chemicals and pesticides and additives in processed, long shelf-life food

These meals are never bland as a dish. The tastes are tantalizing, the aromas exciting. Yes. Like
  foods from most hot climates, they are often very rich in spices, some hot, some with unique
           flavors difficult to describe in words, but undeniably appealing to the senses.
 With more than 50 countries, thousands of cultures and nearly
800 million people, Africa stands to offer food travelers enough
eating adventures to fill a lifetime. Africa's culinary traditions are
as diverse as its terrain. From arid desert to tropical wetlands to
    the plains, each country's cuisine represents indigenous
ingredients and traditions, as well as influences absorbed from
 other cultures that have moved into these areas, such as the
      Portuguese influence upon Angola and Mozambique.
Remember to come taste our food and support a wealthy course (Help Aids victims in
                                    Africa)



YOU HAVE TASE THE REST, NOW TASE THE NATURAL, THE ORGANIC
  AND THE NUTRITOUSE FOOD FROM AFRICA AND THEIR WINE.

                          +THIS TRADE SHOW IS ABOUT+




      +FOOD +WINE +RECIPIES +COOKING ULTENSILS +CULTURE AND +OUR LIFE




                           QUESTIONS YOU MAY ASK

Why does Africans eat with their hands?, why Africans eat in one bowl
                together?, What is libation in Africa?
 Please review our sponsorship request and chose what best
                 suites you and your needs.




                       A market scene in Africa




Gold Sponsor - $5000.00
  1. Front page advertising in the event magazine called The Africans Pot
  2. Your logo or company slogan on all event commercial before and in the event (
     bill board, flyers, radio commercials)
  3. 5 minutes pep talk by your official in the event hall about your product or
     services.
  4. Free parking and three complementary event ticket for the last day which will
     attract a gate fee.
  5. Free front page advertising on event website for one year.




                         Traditional way of blending in Africa
Diamond Sponsor - $4000.00
   1. Half back page advertising in event magazine
   2. Your logo or company slogan on all event commercials (bill board, flyers, radio
      commercials) in and before the event.
   3. 5 minutes pep talk
   4. Free parking and 2 complementary event tickets
   5. Free advertising on event website for six months




                               A festival in Africa where special food are served




Silver Sponsor - $3000.00
   1.   A quarter middle page advertising in the event magazine
   2.   Your logo or slogan on all event commercial
   3.   5 minutes pep talk in event hall
   4.   Free parking and 1 complementary event ticket
   5.   Free three months advertising on event website.

General Sponsorship
Please contact us for a quote of space in our magazine.
                              Propose Speakers at the Event

                           Major Kaseem Reed – Major of Atlanta
               Congressman David Scott – 13th Congressional District of Georgia
                     HE Ohene Agyekum – Ghana’s Ambassador to USA
                 Representative from The Food and Drug Administration USA
                    Representative of South African Embassy to the USA
           Representative of the Metro Atlanta Chamber Of Commerce
                      Representative from Delta Air Cargo
                 A King from the Ga Traditional Area In Ghana
             A King from the Akwapim Traditional Area In Ghana
          A Representative from Ghana National Chamber of Commerce
                  A Representative from Kenya Embassy USA




                         by               1026 Silver Moon Trail, Lithia Springs. Ga. 30122 USA

Phone: +1 678-497-6927 Email: africansfoodwinefestival@gmail.com Website: www.africansfoodfestivalusa.com
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