Become a Sponsor
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It is with great excitement that we invite you to participate in America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration (AHTC) “the weekend before Thanksgiving,”. We are still seeking Sponsors at multiple levels which offer phenomenal exposure!
It is the 16th annual celebration and it continues to grow in size and scope every year. Indeed it is a unique, weekend celebration that has become a nationally recognized event.
For those unfamiliar with the celebration, the event consists of a spectacular historically themed parade, the grand New England Food Festival, a fabulous concert series—Patriotic and Drum and Bugle Reunion Concerts, an amazing Crafters Pavilion a mini horse petting arena presented by Black Feather Horse Rescue to meet & pet their Mini’s; a live rescue demonstration by the U.S. Coast Guard and The Historic Village where various reenactment units, will set up encampment and are eager to share their passion for history.
This all happens in historic downtown Plymouth and is truly an awesome way to celebrate Thanksgiving in America’s Hometown. The publicity has continued to blossom with media partners of Community Newspaper with a 100,000 distribution piece, Channel 5 News, 95.9 WATD, and PAC TV. With a hefty presence leading up to the event with use of media, there are also lamp post signs, hotel promotions, and multiple web site recognition.
The day brought 150,000 people last year. Parade banners, booths in the Corporate Pavilion, program ads, signage and so much more is sure to create a logo presence and public recognition in a magnificent, yet community way.
This HIGHLY publicized event has a host of opportunities and at multiple price ranges for you to consider. We hope you will look this information over—this is a great way to have a spectacular presence in our community—the only that can truly celebrate America’s Thanksgiving—Plymouth, MA!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on how to become a sponsor.