Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975 Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975
Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975
Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975 Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975 Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975 Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975 Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975 Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975
Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975

Historic Albemarle Tour, a North Carolina Heritage Trail Since 1975

By becoming a Historic Albemarle Tour Patron, you help us promote travel and education in our region. From corporate patrons to our affordable Friends of HAT for individuals, your patronage goes a long way towards helping us preserve our past and educate our future.

Become a HAT Patron today! Download a Patron application*.
*FREE Adobe Acrobat reader required. Click to download.

Platinum Patron: $5,000 or more
Recognized as an Official Sponsor of HAT with industry exclusivity
Annual subscription to HAT newsletter
Logo recognition on HAT brochure
Logo placement on HAT website and link to your web site
Four unlimited annual passes valid for admission to participating HAT attractions
Sponsorship recognition in the HAT newsletter (6x per year)
Recognition plaque suitable for display
Invitations to HAT and member special events

Gold Patron: $1,000 or more
Annual subscription to the HAT newsletter
Two unlimited annual passes valid for admission to participating HAT attractions
Logo recognition on HAT website and link to your web site
Logo recognition in HAT newsletter (6x per year)
Recognition plaque suitable for display
Invitations to HAT and member special events

Silver Patron: $500 or more
Annual subscription to HAT newsletter
Annual recognition in HAT newsletter
Two annual passes valid for discounted admission to participating HAT attractions
Link on HAT website to your web site
Framed recognition letter from HAT
Invitations to HAT and member special events

Bronze Patron: $150 or more
Annual subscription to HAT newsletter
Annual recognition in HAT newsletter
Two annual passes valid for discounted admission to participating HAT attractions
Invitations to HAT and member special events

Friend of HAT: $25 or more
Two annual passes valid for discounted admission to
participating HAT attractions
Friend of HAT car decal
Invitations to HAT and member special events

For more information or to have our representative contact you, email us at patrons@historicnenc.com.

Historic Albemarle Tour, Inc., is a a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation of the state of North Carolina. Your charitable contribution is tax-deductible to the allowable extent of existing laws.

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