Business Support

Business Support & Community Sponsors

Do well by doing good. Educated, influential, cultural and community-minded, NWPB viewers and listeners are your current and prospective customers. Contact the specialist in your region to learn about opportunities to align your organization with NWPB and to connect with your target audience.

Central Washington, The Columbia Basin | Jamie Huber | 509-662-4589
Tri-Cities, Walla Walla  | Cricket Cordova | 509-372-7162
The Palouse, North Central Idaho | Kymberly Dahl | 509-335-5563
North Sound, Skagit Valley, Bellingham and Victoria B.C. | Cricket Cordova | 509-372-7162
South Sound, Olympia, Centralia and Chehalis | Kymberly Dahl | 509-335-5563
Network Coverage | Cricket Cordova | 509-372-7162

Your organization can build a strong association with the quality and excellence of NWPB, PBS, and NPR. Contact us now to learn how you can achieve your marketing goals and enhance your image as a NWPB sponsor.

Northwest Public Broadcasting Delivers More

Sponsors of Northwest Public Broadcasting come in all shapes and sizes, from community non-profits to large corporations. They all share an interest in reaching public media audiences while supporting the trusted resource that is NWPB.

Our team collaborates to help each sponsor build a customized plan to achieve their marketing goals, and grow goodwill among NWPB’s audience.

The value of sponsorship:

  • Connect to an engaged and influential audience
  • Increase your visibility before a regional audience
  • Stand out in a clutter-free environment
  • Increase customer loyalty
  • Enhance your corporate image
  • Receive customized service

 

Support What People Love

Over 80% of the public media audience has taken some form of direct action as a result of hearing a sponsorship.

And there are reasons for that: Audiences appreciate the sponsors that make their programs possible and whose support preserves public broadcasting’s non-commercial format. In turn, that clutter-free environment allows sponsor messages to be heard with distinction.

In a world where brand lives in the same space as reputation, NWPB offers unique engagement opportunities for sponsors and a way to separate yourself from your competition.  Stand out, enhance your image, and connect to NWPB’s engaged and influential audience.

Support NWPB and partner your organization with our Northwest values: quality, integrity and social responsibility.

71% of NPR listeners hold a more positive opinion of companies that support NPR

64% of PBS audiences believe companies that sponsor PBS are more trustworthy

Underwriting on Northwest Public Broadcasting has been very effective for my business. 

When I first opened my store, lots of people came by to check it out. Underwriting brought those people back in, because they heard Browsers on their station.”

-Andrea Griffith, Browsers Bookshop in Olympia

Grow What’s Good

In an increasingly fragmented and hectic media world, public broadcasting’s audience continues to garner respect and to grow.

PBS has been recognized as the #1 most trusted media brand in America for 12 consecutive years

NPR’s Morning Edition is the #1 syndicated talk show in the country and NPR’s All Things Considered is #2

PBS Programs ranked as 4 of the top most “credible” & 5 of the top 10 most “objective” television sources watched by opinion leaders

NPR ranked as the #1 news service, the most trusted news service and the most loved news service

We know that our visitors listen to and trust [NWPB], as do I. 

Because the content they deliver is so spot on, listeners know that when they hear about us on the radio, they are hearing something beneficial.

– Monica Miller, Executive Director, Gallery One Visual Arts Center

Join the 200+ business and community leaders who have already chosen to support Northwest Public Broadcasting. Begin connecting your business to our audience, today!

45th Street Bedding, Seattle

A Book For All Seasons

AAUW Walla Walla

Academy of the Children’s Theatre, Richland

Adventures Underground, Richland

Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington

Allegra Image, 360, Moscow

Anatek Labs, Inc., Moscow & Spokane

Animal Hospital of Pasco, Tri-Cities

Applesox Baseball Club, Wenatchee

Artisans at the Dahmen Barn, Uniontown

Art Walla

Auburn Symphony

Auditorium Chamber Music Series, Moscow

Avenue Catering, Greater Western Washington

Baker Boyer – Regional

Bellingham Festival of Music

Bellingham Music Club

Bellingham Symphony Orchestra

Blue Mountain Action Council – Regional

Blue Mountain Community Foundation

Blue Mountain Resource Conservation and Development Council

Blue Sky Dental, Moscow

Blue Zones Project, Walla Walla Valley

BookPeople of Moscow

Browsers Bookshop, Olympia

Brused Books, Pullman

Brutzman’s Office Solutions, Richland

C Moore Concerts

Camerata Musica, Tri-Cities

Cape Flattery Foundation, Walla Walla

Cascade Autocenter, Wenatchee

Cascadia Senior Living Communities

Central Basin Community Concert Association

Centralia College

Chaplaincy Hospice Care, Mid-Columbia

Chelan County PUD, Wenatchee

City of Tacoma Arts Division

Clover Park Technical College

Columbia Basin Allied Arts, Moses Lake

Columbia Chorale, Wenatchee

Community Foundation of NCW, Wenatchee

Community Health Plan of Washington

Community Unitarian Universalist Church, Pasco

Confluence Health, Central Washington

Cordell Neher & Company, Central Washington

Columbia Valley Community Health

CWU Theatre

D&M Coffee, Ellensburg

Dayton Chamber of Commerce

Dayton Historic Depot Society

Delta Dental of Washington

Doncaster Insurance and Financial Services, Tri-Cities

Dovetail Joint Restaurant, Richland

Early Music Vancouver

Eastern Washington University, Department of Education

Eat Local First, Washington State

Ednetics, Regional

Ellensburg Arts Commission

Ellensburg Farmer’s Market

Ellensburg Film Festival

Enviroissues

Express Employment Professionals, Walla Walla

Festival Dance & Performing Arts, Moscow

Fieldstone Communities

First Presbyterian Church of Kennewick

Fort Walla Walla Museum

Friends of Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

Gallery One Visual Arts Center, Ellensburg

Gesa Power House Theatre, Walla Walla

GET – Guaranteed Education Tuition, Washington State

Grand Cinema, Tacoma

Grant County PUD

Gritman Medical Center, Moscow

Hanford High School Drama, Richland

Harper Joy Theatre, Walla Walla

Heart of the Arts, Inc., Moscow

Heritage University, Toppenish

Hodgins Drug & Hobby, Moscow

Howard Hughes Appliance, Moscow

Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, Leavenworth

Idaho AEYC

Idaho Chapter of the Sierra Club

Idaho Forest Products Commission

Inklings Bookshop, Yakima

Inland Octopus, Walla Walla

Innovia Foundation, Regional

Intellitonic, Bellingham

Iron Horse Brewery, Ellensburg

J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation, Idaho

Jazz in the Valley, Ellensburg

Jim Custer Enterprises, Regional

Kadlec Health System – Mid-Columbia Region

KBTC Public Television, Tacoma

Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, Moscow

KEEN – Kittitas Environmental Education Network

Lake Chelan Bach Fest

Lewis County Historical Society

Lincoln Theatre Performing & Cinematic Arts, Mount Vernon

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, Moscow

Little Theatre of Walla Walla

Live Nation, Regional

MagicSpace Entertainment, National

McCall Music Society

McIntyre Hall, Mount Vernon

Methow Music Festival, Winthrop

Mid-Columbia Ballet, Richland

Mid-Columbia Libraries, Regional

Mid-Columbia Mastersingers, Richland

Mid-Columbia Symphony, Richland

Monastery of St. Gertrude, Cottonwood

Moscow Family Eye Care

Moscow Food CO-OP

Moses Lake Museum

Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham

Mt View CPAs, Chehalis

Mud Bay Pet Supplies, Regional

Neill Public Library, Pullman

Nell Thorn Waterfront Bistro & Bar, La Connor

Neutral Milk, National

Northwest Bach Fest, Regional

Northwest Ecobuilding Guild

Numerica Performing Arts Center, Wenatchee

Othello Sandhill Crane Festival

Olympia Master Builders Association

Orcas Island Jazz Festival

Pacific Baroque Festival, Victoria, BC

Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, La Conner

Pacific Power and Wattsmart Business

Palouse Chorale Society

Palouse Habitat for Humanity

Pickford Film Center, Bellingham

Pierce College, Puyallup

Port of Columbia, Dayton

Providence St. Joseph Health

Pullman Chamber of Commerce

Pullman Disposal Service

Pullman Heating & Electric

Pullman Regional Hospital

Puyallup Public Library

Quincy Valley Historical Society

Recovery International, Lewiston

Rico’s Public House, Pullman

Ride the Willapa, Chehalis

Rottman Law Office

Run Wenatchee

Sageland Properties – Mary Morgan, Ellensburg

Sapere Consulting, Inc, International

Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories 

Seattle Theatre Group

Senior Times Magazine, Mid-Columbia

Shalom United Church of Christ, Richland

Sheehan Gallery – Whitman College

Skagit Symphony, Mount Vernon

Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort, Leavenworth

South Sound Magazine, Tacoma 

Southwest Washington Fair, Chehalis

Stokes Lawrence, P.S., Yakima

Sustainable Connections, Bellingham

Swim The Snake, Regional

Tacoma Community House

The Rude Mechanicals, Mid-Columbia

The Whale Museum, Friday Harbor

Three Rivers Folk Life Society

Town Toyota Center

Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business

Tri-Cities Prep, Regional

Tri-Cities Toyota Center

Tumbleweed Festival, Richland

Two Rivers Art Gallery, Wenatchee

U of W Olympic Natural Resources Center

United Way of the Blue Mountains, Regional

University of Idaho Dept of Theatre Arts

University of Idaho Martin Institute 

University of Idaho School of Journalism and Mass Media

University of Washington, Tacoma

Valdemar Estates 

Vaux Shoes, Yakima

Victoria Conservatory of Music, Victoria, BC

WA Farm Finder, Washington State

Waitsburg Commercial Club

Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival

Walla Walla Guitar Festival

Walla Walla Public Library

Walla Walla Sweets Baseball

Walla Walla Symphony

Walla Walla YWCA

Washington Association of Conservation Districts

Washington Center for the Performing Arts, Olympia

Washington’s Lottery

Washington State Department of Agriculture

Washington State Farmers Market Association

Washington State Redistricting Commission

Washington State University Annual Giving

Washington State University College of Communication

Washington State University Office of the President

Washington State University Office of Undergraduate Education

Washington-Idaho Symphony

Washington Trust Bank, Regional

Wenatchee Downtown Association

Wenatchee Jazz Workshop

Wenatchee Valley Symphony

Whitman College, Walla Walla

Whitman Hospital & Medical Center, Colfax

Wine Country Amphitheater

Worksource | Employment Security Department

Yakima Symphony Orchestra

Yakima Town Hall

Yakima Valley Community Foundation