The Denver Self Reliance Expo aims to promote a more self reliant way of living. Currently being conducted in three cities, the show takes pride in being a family-friendly event, teaching visitors various ways on how to become a self sufficient family.
The expo has been created to cater to people who are looking for ways on how to be more self reliant and have a sustainable life. It aims to impart knowledge on each aspect of a self reliant lifestyle. Living a more fulfilled and peaceful life is not only about emergency preparedness; it also means being informed, educated, prepared, and making the right decisions when the need arises.
Self Reliance Expo has become a reality through the efforts of the National Self Reliance Organization (NSRO), which was established by a group of skilled businessmen and whose mission is to help other people become more reliant.
Joining the Self Reliance Expo is an effective form of marketing or advertising to boost sales. It is a good way of securing new customers and meeting many of your current customers living in the area. The expo offers businesses an opportunity to promote their products and services to thousands of people, making it a cost effective approach to reach new clients. Through the expo, businesses will also gain testimonials and feedback from clients.
Self Reliance Expo came to Denver on April 8 to 9 at the National Western complex. More than 100 exhibitors covered many self reliant lifestyle facets, including food storage, emergency preparedness, solar power, demonstration of self defense, water filtration systems, investment courses, business consulting and grant writing. Aside from continuous workshops and presentations and resources in exhibitors and sponsors, there were special features including Food Cooking Competitions, Alternative Fuel Car Show, Boy Scouts of America: Merit Badges and Cooking Competition, and Exhibitor Awards.
Exhibitors included Chelsea Green Publishing, Christian Family Resources, Chuck’s Water Systems, Coast 2 Coast, Colorado Shooting Sports, Healthy Harvest and many more. Some of the event’s sponsors were Costco, Home Depot, KLZ Radio, NSRO and Red Cross.
There are three levels of sponsorship: Level 1, 2 and 3. Level 1 sponsors enjoy complimentary booth, one-year membership in the NSRO, sponsor signage at the presentation stage, sponsor announcements, sponsor logo on each attendee bag and a free marketing insert, 100 complimentary event passes, 200 discounted day passes and first right of refusal on 2011 Self Reliance Expo in Salt Lake City. Level 2 sponsorship is generally a hall sponsorship, while Level 3 is a title sponsorship.