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Partners

In its mission of bringing leadership and career development programs to students, FBLA-PBL relies primarily on students' membership dues to cover operating expenses. In addition, we receive support from corporations and individuals who recognize the need to prepare the next generation for leadership in business.  FBLA-PBL has over 225,000 student members nation wide and over 15,000 in the state of Alabama. 

Corporations and individuals are supporting our mission through partnerships with FBLA-PBL to provide students with a variety of innovative programs, activities, and scholarships. Such activities and programs encourage career development, civic service, economic education, and community involvement, and leadership and business skills. Our partnership programs range from fundraisers and training programs to educational tours and scholarships.

A $500 sponsorship per event will cover the cost of trophies for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners and provide financial assistance for the top three to compete at the FBLA-PBL national leadership conference in Baltimore, MD.  Your sponsorship is tax deductible.   FBLA-PBL is a 501(c) non-profit organization.

Corporate sponsors will be recognized in the conference program, on the conference screen during awards session, on the state chapter website, and a representative is invited to present the award(s) at the awards ceremony.  A sponsor may set up a display table during the state conference.

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Alabama FBLA

P.O. Box 302101

50 N Ripley Street (36104)

Montgomery, AL  36130-2101

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1912 Association Dr.

Reston, VA 20191

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FBLA is endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education as a co-curricular student leadership and career technical education program.Alabama FBLA is chartered by the Alabama Department of Education and endorsed as an essential component of business education.Alabama FBLA Foundation, Inc. is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that manages the FBLA Charter in Alabama and receives funding from students, alumni, industry supporters, schools,and the Alabama Department of Education via state funding allocations.

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