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Opportunities now available for sponsorship of major events across the Coast

By Central Coast Council
Archived 18 May 2024 - Posted: 19 Mar 2024
Central Coast Council has opened expressions of interest (EOI) for the sponsorship of six major community events featured across the region in 2025-2026.

The Sponsorship Prospectus presents enticing packages for each of the events, giving potential businesses a great way to promote their organisation to a large, targeted audience, whilst directly supporting the local community.

The EOI period is open for six weeks from 18 March - 3 May 2024. Council encourages interested parties to view the Sponsorship Prospectus calendar for 2025-2026.

Council’s flagship events open for sponsorship include:

  • Australia Day, Gosford
  • Love Lanes, Wyong
  • Harvest Festival, Central Coast Hinterland
  • ChromeFest, The Entrance
  • The Lakes Festival, Coast-wide
  • New Years Eve, The Entrance.

Council’s Unit Manager Community and Culture, Glenn Cannard said Council is looking forward to working with businesses and the community to deliver first class events.

“Each of our events draw more than 300,000 attendees and are accessible for all to enjoy, with the focus on providing a sense of community,” Mr Cannard said.

“We continue to attract huge and diverse crowds to the Coast as our events provide something for everyone to enjoy, but it’s not possible to hold events of this scale without the generous support of our sponsors and I would encourage local businesses to explore the exciting opportunities available.”

From Major Partner to Friend of the Festival packages, all Council’s events give a unique and exciting opportunity for businesses to partner and prosper - from small businesses to large corporate partners.

Council Administrator Rik Hart said these events are a great chance to showcase the Central Coast and all it has to offer.

“These events not only bring the community together, but also attract visitors from outside the region to entertain, celebrate and educate about the vibrant community we have here on the Central Coast,” Mr Hart said.

“It’s important we continue to run these major events across the region, and I look forward to working with businesses who will help us foster the community spirit.”

To view Council’s Sponsorship Prospectus and submit your EOI visit here or email here

This article archived 18 May 2024

 
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