Become a CNU Promotional Partner! 2020
We invite you to support the activities of the Congress for the New Urbanism as a Promotional Partner, especially leading up to CNU 28.Twin Cities, June 10-13, 2020. Your support is invaluable to our efforts to create more walkable, bikeable, livable, and equitable places.

As a CNU 28.Twin Cities Promotional Partner, you demonstrate your commitment to great and lasting neighborhoods and increase your organization's exposure to industry leaders, government officials, and passionate stakeholders dedicated to making and restoring places people love. You'll also have access to early information about other initiatives, publications, and events CNU is promoting, such as the upcoming release of the Project for Code Reform suburban guide, and reports on new directions for New Urbanism.

Being a CNU 28.Twin Cities Promotional Partner helps us promote our educational and networking opportunities throughout the year to more professionals, particularly through the annual Congress, helping them in turn to create stronger commitments to great places.

Here's what we'll do:

Each month through June 2020, we will send you a new media packet with copy and images suitable for newsletters and social media, which you can adapt to your needs. Wherever possible, we'd ask you to send us links or copies of promotions you provide, so we can track the combined impact of our efforts.

As a "thank you" for posting news about the Congress to your members, and on your social media, CNU will return the favor, informing our members of your organization's events and news. We'll also share your organization's participation and link back to your organization through our regular communications about the Congress and our onsite materials, connecting your organization's brand with one of the most powerful movements toward creating great places.

Questions? Please contact Lisa Schamess at lschamess@cnu.org.

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Members of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) help create vibrant and walkable cities, towns, and neighborhoods where people have diverse choices for how they live, work, shop, and get around. People want to live in well-designed places that are unique and authentic. CNU's mission is to help people build those places.



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