JENNETTE’S PIER


SPONSORSHIPS


Green Vehicle


When Jennette’s Pier was rebuilt in 2011, it was one of the first Platinum LEED-certified state-owned buildings in North Carolina. This designation was due in part to the pier’s resource conservation and energy capabilities, notably the three distinctive wind turbines that generate nearly a quarter of the pier’s energy needs. A “green” vehicle, used for education outreach, staff training and local travel would help build awareness for the pier’s conservation and educational mission.
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Life in a Drop of Water


Jennette’s Pier may be best known for fishing, or for its three iconic wind turbines. But there’s much more offered here, including compelling educational programs and exhibits that share the seen and unseen. New for 2016, Life in a Drop of Water is an interactive display that teaches visitors about plankton—the microscopic plants and animals that live in seawater—too small to see, but also too important to ignore!
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Solar Panels


When Jennette’s Pier was rebuilt in 2011, it was one of the first Platinum LEED-certified state-owned buildings in North Carolina. This designation was due in part to the pier’s resource conservation and energy capabilities, notably the three distinctive wind turbines that generate nearly a quarter of the pier’s energy needs. A new array of solar panels will further reduce the pier’s dependence on traditional energy and teach visitors about green power.
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Jennette’s Pier


ADA BEACH ACCESS MATS
Named Internships
Exhibit sponsors ($5,000 level and above) are recognized with naming plaques adjacent to their sponsored feature, along with permanent recognition on the Aquariums’ Donor Exhibits — displayed at all three Aquariums.

Jay Barnes

Director of Development
North Carolina Aquarium Society
3125 Poplarwood Court, Suite 160
Raleigh, NC 27604

EMAIL

The NC Aquarium Society is a 501c3 charitable organization (Tax ID# 56-1512990) and receives all gifts on behalf of the NC Aquariums and Jennette’s Pier.

The NC Aquariums are a division of the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources and are accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.