ATA Great American Stamp Show Sponsorship Opportunities 2022

Each year, generous ATA members support the ATA portion of our show by sponsoring events and awards. Sponsors receive recognition throughout the show. Please consider a sponsorship this year. If you are interested in sponsoring something not listed here, or you have ideas for recognizing our sponsors, we would like to hear from you. To pledge to be a sponsor, please contact Dawn Hamman, ATA president, at dawnthephilatelist@gmail.com.

All donors will be recognized at the ATA Annual Meeting

ATA Booth Sponsor, $2,500   Stamp Smith: Dale and Andrea Smith

*Includes two full-page ads in Topical Time

*Banner on ATA home page

*Ad and feature article on ATA website and in show program

*Prominent signage in ATA booth

*Recognition at all ATA events

*We will work with sponsor to accommodate additional promotions

ATA President’s Reception, $2,000   Dawn and John Hamman

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

*Sign at event

ATA Jack Congrove Grand Award Sponsor, $1,000

*Sign at awards table

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

Mary Ann Owens Single Frame Grand, $750

*Sign at awards table

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

ATA Reserve Grand Award Sponsor, $500

*Sign at awards table

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

ATA Most Popular Exhibit Award Sponsor, $250 Michele Bresso

*Sign at awards table

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

Distinguished Topical Philatelist Award Sponsor, $750  Jeff Hayward and Adriana Blancarte-Hayward

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

ATA Tour Sponsor, $250 Bill DeWitt

*Listing in printed materials, recognition at events

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

ATA Adventure Hub Special Promotions During Show, $250 Kim E. Kellermann and Darlene T. Pylar

*Listing in printed materials, recognition at events

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

ATA Member Ribbons for Nametags at Show, $100 Alyn Lunt

*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

ATA Study Unit Show Sponsorships, $50 each

Americana Study Unit

Members of this group are interested in the study of worldwide stamps that depict aspects of Americana. That includes U.S. presidents, the U.S. flag, Statue of Liberty, famous Americans and famous American landmarks, as well as philatelic material that recognizes the history, culture and ideals of the U.S.


Armenica Study Unit

ATA Armenica Study Unit (Armenian Philatelic Association, ARPA) was established in January, 1997, by a group of collectors whose goals was to collect Armenian stamps and researching worldwide stamps related to Armenia and Armenians. Their journal publishes new information and research and promotes the study of Armenian philately.


Biology Unit

The Biology Unit was organized in May 1951 and is the largest group - to our knowledge - dedicated to the international cooperative study of biological postage stamps and related material.

CartoPhilatelic Society

Founded in 1955, this group collects and researches worldwide stamps picturing maps.

Casey Jones Railroad Unit

This unit serves as a medium for an exchange of information about trains, locations serving trains and other railroad related events and facilities that are pictured on stamps, cinderellas and postmarks.

Cats on Stamps Study Unit

This group’s periodical, Cat Mews, features new stamps, postal history and artist interviews, among the many topics about all 41 species of felines—domestic and wild—and also heraldic cats. You don’t have to collect stamps to join, but if you love cats, this group is for you!

Gastronomy on Stamps Study Unit

Members of this group are interested in stamps picturing food, ingredients, cooking and food science.

Gay and Lesbian History on Stamp

This group promotes interest in the collection, study and distribution of knowledge of worldwide philatelic material that depicts notable homosexual or bisexual men and women and their contributions to society. It is open to all who are interested in individuals, historical events and/or scientific endeavors significant to LGBTQ+ culture. 

Graphics Philately Association

Graphics are all around us, from giant video screens to micro-printing. The Graphics Philately Association studies all forms of non-verbal communication, including how stamps communicate their messages and how books and printing changed the world.

Penguins on Stamps Study Unit (POSSU)

This is an international group of individuals who have an interest in penguins from around the world, and who desire to promote involvement to other who share their interests. A chief goal of the group is to have fun and encourage the pursuit of penguins on stamps.

Wine on Stamps Study Unit

The purpose of this study unit is to encourage the collection and study of stamps and other philatelic material related to wine, grapes, wine production and association areas; and to publish material, including a journal, to advance this effort.


*Listing in Topical Time, on the ATA website and show program

*Sign and study unit literature in Study Unit booth

If you are interested in sponsoring please contact Dawn Hamman, dawnthephilatelist@gmail.com.


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