The Iroquois Steeplechase is Nashville's rite of spring since 1941, and the richest, most important horse race on the National Steeplechase Association spring circuit. 

The success of the Iroquois Steeplechase, whose race proceeds help benefit our beneficiaries--like the patients of Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt--is in large part due to the continued generosity of the Middle Tennessee business community.

View our report below to see how aligning your brand with the Iroquois Steeplechase will deliver amazing results.

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Sponsorship Levels

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

  • Corporate Sponsorship. We invite your business to join us as a corporate sponsor. A range of corporate sponsorship levels is available, offering entertainment and marketing visibility benefits. Customized sponsorship packages are also available.

  • Hospitality Options.  Several options for hospitality are available for race day and can be included as part of your sponsorship package or purchased separately.

  • Race Day Program. Another way to show your support of the event is by purchasing an ad in the race day program. 

  • Alliance & Pre-Race Events. The Iroquois Steeplechase hosts events for patrons and our membership group throughout the year.

To learn more, email our Sponsorship and Business Development Director, GeorgeAnn Dingus, at georgeanndingus@iroquoissteeplechase.org or call (615) 591-2991.


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Sponsorship Experiences 

A Message From Our Director of Business Development

 
 

A Message From our Presenting Sponsor, Bank of America

 
 

A Message from Steeplechase Partner Andrews Cadillac

 
 

A Message From Steeplechase Partner WSMV About The Skybox Suites

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Sponsorship Team

GeorgeAnn Dingus, Sponsorship and Business Development Director

GeorgeAnn brings corporate level insights and a wealth of experience.  Prior to joining Iroquois Steeplechase in 2010, GeorgeAnn was Marketing Manager for major Southwest Airlines cities, simultaneously managing the marketing, promotions, business sales, non-profit donations, budgets, brand development, revenues and market-share growth, customer relations, and media and government-relations.  Her dedication to non-profit causes includes serving as an advisory board member for the Ronald McDonald House in Ft. Myers, volunteering and organizing employee dinners for Ronald McDonald Houses and raising funds for capital campaigns, and Scholarship Chair and Vice-President of the Nashville Chapter of Executive Women, and planning board for the American Cancer Committee for Cattle Baron’s Ball in South Florida. GeorgeAnn specializes in designing unique sponsorships and strategic partnerships. Her ideas have led to innovations that further enhance the race day experience for our guests, bringing added value to our sponsors, and increasing revenues for our cause.

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Jenny Streams, Account Administration Specialist

Jenny joined the team in 2012, however her first Iroquois Steeplechase was in 1997 after graduating from Vanderbilt. Jenny assists in coordinating and implementing sales strategies designed to generate new partnerships and revenue. With her lifelong love of horses, Jenny is proud to be an official part of this great Nashville tradition.

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