harvest sponsor

Zocalo is a hyper-local monthly magazine reflecting the heart and soul of Tucson through its arts, culture, entertainment, food, and events.


bloom sponsors

A pioneer in resale fashion, Buffalo Exchange is a sustainable business that works to protect the environment by reusing and recycling clothing. In 1974, Kerstin and Spencer Block opened the first Buffalo Exchange in Tucson, Arizona, offering customers the opportunity to buy, sell and trade clothing. This idea of hand-selecting only quality, fashionable items and reselling them at fair prices in a clean, fun atmosphere revolutionized the retail fashion industry. Since its beginning in 1974, this family-operated company has grown to 49 stores in 20 states. It is still run by Kerstin Block and her daughter Rebecca out of their Headquarters in Tucson, Arizona, where they play an active role in supporting the local community.


Susan Denis is among the top 100 Realtors in Tucson, consecutively for many years. She devotes herself to her clients, whether it's shopping for a first home, selling your home so that you can relocate, or hunting for the beautiful “forever home.”


Technicians For Sustainability is a local, mission driven, employee-owned business, and a certified B Corp. They provide businesses, public institutions, and residential homeowners with high-quality, reliable, solar energy systems, helping to power their community with solar. The company employs proven technologies and highly trained staff to meet customer’s specific energy needs. TFS has installed over twenty-four megawatts of solar power in Southern Arizona over the last 15 years.

Committed to the Tucson community, TFS has created and implemented education programs in local schools, helped seven local organizations go solar with grants, and supported hundreds of local non-profits through their Pass the Sunshine referral program.


Experience the soul of the city at AC Hotel Tucson Downtown. Situated in the heart of the action, the AC Hotel Tucson embraces the spirit of Tucson through locally inspired artwork in their lobby and craft beers and unique spirits sourced from Southern Arizona in their AC Lounge. Whether you're conducting business, attending a festival or visiting a loved one at University of Arizona, you'll love staying just steps from downtown's award-winning restaurants, shops and art galleries. Treat yourself to a memorable stay at AC Hotel Tucson Downtown.


seedling sponsor

The TCI Foundation (TCIF), a 501c3 non-profit organization, was founded to provide the financial education young adults should have received in school. TCIF offers the 3rd Decade program, led by financial experts, to increase your financial confidence and success.


in-kind sponsor


The 21,155 square-foot Chicago Music Store building at 130 E. Congress is being gutted and retrofitted for a retail center by partner developers Ron Schwabe of Peach Properties and Marcel Dabdoub of Dabdoub Investments. The developers are still looking for a potential tenant(s).


community partners

Downtown Tucson is a Downtown for everyone – an eclectic, beautiful, fun, accessible, pedestrian and bike-friendly district that embraces diversity. It is the Southwest’s premier urban hub for living, dining, retail, business, art, entertainment, and both historic and contemporary architecture.


Living Streets Alliance believes that streets are critical to building vibrant, healthy and sustainable communities. Streets should be seams in the community – not barriers – providing every member of the community the opportunity to get safely where they need to go and also provide a quality common space to experience, explore and discover their city.


As a destination marketing organization, Visit Tucson essentially has two jobs: 1) get people to Tucson by letting them know what a great place it is to visit, hold a convention, bring a sports team, etc.
2) connect those visitors with great experiences: restaurants they'll enjoy, services that will make their meeting a hit, that one souvenir that will make their in-laws love them for all time.