Because each client is unique and every event is different, fees for Arizona Town Hall services are negotiated based upon a variety of factors, including lead time, scope of work, event length and type, staffing requirements, and out of pocket costs such as facility and catering fees.
Before a contract is signed, Arizona Town Hall staff will discuss the available options with you and establish an agreed upon budget and parameters of service. We will do our best to help you develop a scope of work that fits your budget.
The following information will provide some guidance in negotiating a contract for Arizona Town Hall Services.
Below is an example of Arizona Town Hall fees typical for a two-hour program for up to 50 participants:
Below is an example of Arizona Town Hall fees typical for a half-day program for up to 50 participants:
"The Arizona Town Hall process was an illuminating community event which gave Lake Havasu City residents a chance to contribute to a grand strategy to overhaul and change our economy for the most robust future growth potential. Everyone left our meetings with a greater understanding and appreciation for the challenges we face and what we can do to address them. Beyond the educational and strategic value, we galvanized a consensus for action where none has existed previously. We hope to continue the Town Hall process on a continuing annual basis from now on."
--Doug Traub, Vice President, Havasu Future Foundation and President/CEO, Lake Havasu City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Arizona Town Hall has helped to plan and implement Town Hall-style events for many different types of groups. Whether you want to engage your group in constructive discussion and decision making or simply entertain an audience at a lunch or dinner meeting, we can help you to carry out a successful event that will get people talking. Below is a list of some of our past clients.
- Arizona Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
- Arizona Public Service (APS)
- Arizona Charter Schools Association
- Arizona Commission on Access to Justice
- Arizona Supreme Court
- ASU, Biodesign Institute
- City of Scottsdale
- Cox Communications
- Kingman Chamber of Commerce/Kingman City Council
- Lake Havasu City
- Town of Marana
- Maricopa County Community College District
- Mesa Public Schools
- Scottsdale Tourism Development Commission
- Southern Arizona Leadership Council (SALC)
- The Nature Conservancy
- Virginia G. Piper Foundation
Additional references available upon request.