Many Thanks to Our Current Sponsors!
Bristol Chamber of Commerce
Bristol All Heart
City of Bristol
The Bristol Exchange Club
Please consider being a Sponsor for the 2017 Mum Festival!
Sponsor the Fall Festival of the year…
Thursday, September 21 from 5 pm to 9 pm (carnival opens at 6pm)
Friday, September 22 from 5 pm to 9 pm (carnival opens at 6pm)
Saturday, September 23 from 12 pm to 10 pm (Mum Festival day)
Sunday September 24 from 12 pm to 7 pm (Mum Festival day plus parade 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm)
LOCATION: 70 Memorial Boulevard, Bristol, Connecticut 06010
OUR STORY: The Mum Festival has been an epic fall festival in Bristol’s history. Once known as the Mum City, Bristol was famous for this colorful flower, and through the years proud Fall festivities were put on by residents for all in the region to enjoy! The Festival is Sponsored by the City of Bristol and Directed by the Greater Bristol Exchange Club. One of the premiere festivals in New England!
This is where you come in! In order to do the Festival justice, we are approaching you to be one of the many great and necessary sponsors to pull off the considerable size and scope of this effort. With you on board, we can create a memorable event for thousands of Mum Festival goers, encouraging thousands to experience the many layers of festival offerings over a 4-day action packed weekend. In a sponsorship role, this great event will provide your business or organization exposure to thousands of people, in addition to tens of thousands of impressions through our advertising and event efforts leading up to the big weekend. The 2016 Mum Festival and Parade drew well over 50,000 visitors!
When: Get ready for 4 days of premier entertainment and festival activities starting with Thursday, September 21 and Friday, September 22, where special carnival nights, Food Truck Mania and an Art Gala “Under the Big Top”, kicks off the weekend of events. Then festival grounds will explode with primary festival activities on Saturday, September 23, continuing through Sunday, September 24, with more festival activities, plus the historic Mum Parade between 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm delighting audiences as one of the many festival highlights!
All sponsorships will be tax deductible via 501(c) 3 non profit event partner The Bristol Exchange Club. If you are interested in sponsoring or would like more info please contact: Jason Fields: E: firstname.lastname@example.org P: 860.707.6286
What: Over the course of the weekend the 2017 Mum Fest will feature dozens of vendors from area businesses, crafters, local producers, restaurants, food trucks, community organizations, non profits, and museums, in addition to games, children’s programming, adult beverages, all-day live music and entertainment, a car show and so much more!
Where: The event will be held in downtown Bristol at Memorial Boulevard Theatre field and the surrounding area, where parking, including handicap parking, will be available too. Parking will also be available at Associated Spring, the Depot Square (former mall) lot, other municipal lots, and on-street, where available.
Join In!: We are offering you the unique chance to support this wonderful opportunity for our Bristol and Connecticut communities to gather, create memories, and contribute to Bristol’s positive efforts to become a destination. This exciting event reinforces the City and Chambers’ efforts to promote downtown as a destination, and we hope that it will encourage everyone to join in and help our region rise to new heights!
We hope you can join this effort to put on this amazing festival in the heart of our state for all to converge, and we thank you for your time and support in advance. There’s just one last thing we’d like to say, “Mum’s the Word”…
All sponsorships will be tax deductible via 501(c) 3 non profit event partner The Bristol Exchange Club. The Bristol Mum Festival is made possible by The Bristol Exchange Club and The City Of Bristol. The Bristol Exchange Club is a tax exempt organization under the 501(c)(3) IRS Code.
Download the 2017 Sponsor Form:
2017 Sponsor Form