The International Automotive Media Competition (IAMC), the North American Concept Vehicle of the Year (NACVOTY) award program, and the Canada Dream Cars (CDC) scholarship program, along with their organizing body, the International Automotive Media Registry (IAMR), request your consideration of the following sponsorship opportunities.
Having recently completed the 25th IAMC after a successful reorganization of the program, and now in the final stages of judging for the 26th IAMC, we're looking for partners to help improve the program's reach, participation and professionalism.
The program is enjoying strong growth, but to remain sustainable over the long term, industry support is a necessity. Click here to learn more about supporting this important program for recognizing excellence in all forms of automotive media.
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Since 2002, the North American Concept Vehicle of the Year (NACVOTY) Awards have recognized the concept vehicles that have made the strongest impact in terms of automotive design, engineering and market responsiveness. These awards are unique in that they are judged by a diverse panel of automotive journalists from throughout Canada and the US, and considered in the specific context of the North American market.
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For the NACVOTY program, it is not enough to celebrate today’s automotive designs and engineering feats, we also want to encourage the designers and engineers of the future. To do so we have launched a student concept car scholarship competition – CANADA DREAM CARS.
All 11th and 12th grade public and private school students of Toronto are being invited to participate in CANADA DREAM CARS. Scholarship awards will range from $3,000 to $500.
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IAMR serves as the organizing body for multiple recognition programs for the automotive industry, and is in the planning stages of developing educational seminars for the automotive media community. Also in the development stage, is a subscription-based online global database of automotive media professionals.
Click here to learn more about supporting the Registry and its recognition/educational events.