“Mother Me” Book Launch Sponsor Registration

Thank you for considering sponsoring my book launch, which sponsorship will help provide a (little) kid-free shopping experience for moms and moms-adjacent + donations to MOBB United.


Sponsor Frequently Asked Questions


  • What are the event logistics?

Date: July 20, 2024

Location: Arts District Mansion (Pavilion), 2101 Ross Avenue, Dallas

Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., all guests, including Vendors, will enjoy a plated brunch and the book launch portion of the program, replete with raffles and giveaways.  During that time, the shopping space will be closed.  Shopping will resume at 1p.m.  The event ends at 2 p.m.

Check-in: Upon arrival, you will check in at the registration table and receive a Sponsor package.  Please have your ID ready.

Parking: ADM has ample parking in its attached, underground parking lot.


  • What is the target audience?

Anyone who is a mom or mom-adjacent.  Here’s the event blurb that explains it:

Are you a bio mom, stepmom, adoptive mom, foster mom, play mom, god mom, expectant mom, auntie, friend of moms?  Then this is for you.  We women have a way of putting little humans before ourselves or seeing our friends / sisters / etc. doing the same.  Take some time away and mother yourself at this “Mother Me” Night Out sip & shop + book launch.


  • Are kids allowed?

Although I’m launching a children’s book, this is a ladies-only event (ages 13 and up).  I want it to be a free time for women to sip, shop, and fellowship.  In full candor, I will bring my kiddos to see their mama for her debut book launch, and I’ll have a young friend do the book reading. 


  • What does my money cover?

Other than the specific Gift Sponsors, see below, general sponsorships will cover the cost of the venue, food and drinks, printing (signage and programs), any remaining gifts not covered specifically by the Gift Sponsors, badges for the Vendors, live music, and décor.


  • What do I receive for participating as a Sponsor?


Sponsorship Title

Sponsorship Amount

Advertisement and Gift(s)



1 signed copy of my book

1 brunch ticket

1 drink ticket


Logo on website and on printed program

Book Nerd


2 signed copies of my book

2 brunch tickets

2 drink tickets per person (4 total)


Logo on website and on printed program



5 signed copies of my book

5 brunch tickets

2 drink tickets per person (10 total)


Logo on website, on printed program, and on signage at the event; recognition during book launch program

Title $5,000

10 signed copies of my book

10 brunch tickets

2 drink tickets per person (20 total)

Logo on website, on social media, on public-facing flyers, on printed program, and on signage at the event; recognition during book launch program

Gift Sponsor


Choose from any of the below to provide the following gifts for the attendees (100-300 guests).  Final gift count will be confirmed on June 15, 2024.


Logo online, on printed program, on signage at the event, and potentially on the gift itself; recognition during book launch portion


Gift options:

The Orange Chair & Your Company Logo Mugs

Orange Shower Dissolvable Tabs

The Orange Chair & Your Company Logo Tote Bags

Book Sponsor


Contact me directly for more information about sponsoring this book or others I have in the works.  Each printed book would include your logo with recognition of your sponsorship.



  • Why are you donating to MOBB United and the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas? How does your event support them?

BIPOC representation is a challenge across industries, book publishing being no different.  More on that in my blog (“Diversity in Children’s Books”).  Recognizing my opportunity to craft my own stories, I decided my books will feature BIPOC characters like my own children.  Where possible, I’ll donate to non-profits that align with those books. 

This particular book is about a young Black / AfroLatino boy and his mother.  It’s a perfect fit to support Mothers of Black Boys.  Below is a snippet from their website to understand their mission:

MOBB United aims to provide information and support for moms of Black sons while promoting positive images of Black boys and men.

What we share is unconditional love for our Black sons, and we want others to see them through our proud eyes.

For more information, visit their website: mobbunited.org.


Additionally, I'm a proud Board member of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas.  Many of us out there in the world grew up with a Y story, as I did, but I'm learning more and more about their mission and vast offerings, like Safety Around Water or childcare in various community sites (as opposed to YMCA branches).  It wasn't lost on me that many of the things the boy loves to do in my book are actually things you can do through the Y - science experiments, basketball, karate, and even overnight camp!  It only makes sense that I'd also use my platform and book launch to support this mission.

I will donate a portion of profits from each book sold.  I am asking that Vendors do the same.


  • How do I register? Sign me up!

Please complete the form below!

Contact me with any questions or comments: contact@theorangechair.com.