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Frisco New Teacher Welcome

Event Description

Each year, the Frisco Chamber of Commerce welcomes new Frisco Independent School District teachers and staff at the New Teacher Welcome. This year, we will once again welcome approximately 700 to 800 new staff members.

Vendor table and sponorship opportunities are available! (Attendance at this event is limited to sponsors and vendors only.) You can also help welcome our new teachers by donating a door prize or providing swag. To register for these opportunities, please click the registration button below.

If you have questions regarding the planning and implementation of any of our events, please email Shelby Fawver, Events Manager. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Brian Davis, Director of Membership.

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Door Prize Donors

Promote your company while giving a teacher another reason to smile by contributing a door prize (with a value of at least $25) to the New Teacher Welcome. Donors will be recognized on screen at the event so please be sure to register. Items are due no later than Monday, July 22, 2019.

Door Prize Wish List:

  • Gift Cards for Restaurants, Manicure/Spa
  • Gift, Cards for Teacher Supply Stores, Bookstores, Craft Stores, Wal-Mart, Target,
  • Game and Entertainment Tickets, and
  • Technology items are hits with teachers.

Swag Donors

Items need to have monetary value or be educational in nature with no purchase required. Items can have your logo! No flyers. Please provide 800 of each item. Items are due no later than Monday, July 22, 2019.

Teachers love items they can use in the classroom!

  • Post-It Notes
  • Highlighters
  • Dry Erase Markers
  • Flash Drives
  • Portable Phone Chargers

Dates: July 29, 2019

Location: Lone Star High School



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