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PyNash Sponsorship Prospectus

We appreciate your interest in supporting the PyNash User Group and the local Python community. Hopefully this document will help make your decision a little easier.

About PyNash

PyNash is the local Python meetup group for the metro Nashville and Middle Tennessee area. We meet twice a month and topics at our night-time meetings range from professional skills and general Python topics to data science deep dives and web framework comparisons.

Expected Audience

Our night-time meetings generally expect an audience between 30 to 70, depending on the topic. The majority of our attendees are professional Python developers, professional data scientists, or hobbyists, students, and newcomers to the language. The skill levels of our attendees are diverse and range from true programming beginners to experts in the field.

Sponsorship Benefits

PyNash sponsorship is available for $250 per month, and you will receive the following benefits:

Note: Discounts are available if you would like to sponsor 3 or more months in a row.

How to Sponsor

If you’re interested in sponsoring, please contact the PyNash organizers and let us know. We’ll get back to you as quickly as we can to ensure you get the most for your sponsorship money.

In-kind Sponsorships

Not all sponsorships require money, and not all potential sponsors have extra money lying around. If you would like to sponsor but cannot afford the sponsorship above, please contact us to discuss an in-kind agreement instead.

How the money is used

Most of our sponsorship money each month goes to purchasing food to feed our meetup attendees. This includes the food itself as well as other necessary items such as plates, cups, napkins, flatware, etc. Any money that is not spent directly on the sponsored meetup will be placed into the PyNash account and used for things like domain registration, Meetup fees, hosting services, and other costs directly associated with running PyNash. The sponsorship money given to PyNash is never put into anyone’s personal bank accounts and is never used for anything other than PyNash-specific expenses.