Monday, December 12th, 2016
Finding snow this upcoming year in Columbia County will be easy. The Fifth Annual Columbia County Snowfest returns to Evans Towne Center Park on Jan. 14, 2017 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Two sponsorship opportunities remain for companies to expose their products, services and brand to thousands in the community.
The annual event is produced by Mullins Management & Entertainment, and each year proceeds from Snowfest benefit a local charity. This year, proceeds will benefit Press On, a local nonprofit group dedicated to supporting research and finding a cure for childhood cancer.
Snowfest’s premier sponsor this year is Kirkland’s Flooring, a full service flooring company serving the CSRA. Additional support has been provided by Evans Fitness Club, Georgia Power, Gerald Jones Auto Group, Windsor Fine Jewelers and Advanced Technology Group. Media sponsors include Channel 12 & 26, The Augusta Chronicle and iHeartRadio.
“We really appreciate other businesses in the community that step up each year and support Snowfest,” said Joe Mullins, CEO of Mullins Management & Entertainment. “I especially want to thank Kirkland’s for their partnership. Russell Kirkland and his employees have went all out to help make this event a success.”
Snowfest 2017 includes a full day of live music, food vendors, arts and crafts, inflatables, a large carnival area, climbing wall, trackless train, kid’s karaoke on stage and showcases from local schools. To celebrate the 5th anniversary of Snowfest there is no charge to attend.
Snowfest 2017 will also feature snow tubing slides and the return of the original snow fields for all ages. Plus there will be the return of the popular costumed Snowfest friends and characters. While attendance is free, arm bands cost just $10 to participate in select attractions like rides. (Use promo code “frozen” to get half off.)
Ride Tickets: https://www.cityspintickets.com/e/kirklands-flooring-presents-snowfest-2017/
Says Mullins, “We have several ways companies can partner with Snowfest including signage, mentions in material leading up to the event and on-site space to display products and services. It’s a great way to get out into community and see customers and prospects - all for a good cause.”
Two sponsorship opportunities remain. For sponsorship or vendor information, contact Shae at 706-463-8696.