Light show sponsors sought

The Making Spirits Bright Steering Committee and their teams of dedicated volunteers have started planning the fifth annual Making Spirits Bright drive-through holiday lights show, opening November 25 in Evergreen Park.

This year, organizers hope to secure $70,000 in sponsorship commitments for the creation and presentation of the electrical light displays that make up this unique holiday entertainment event.

Some of the returning sponsors include Ms. Brenda Potter, the Grover Family Foundation, Rockline Industries, Festival Foods and the Frank G. & Frieda K. Brotz Family Foundation.

Organizers are pleased to have already secured 80% of the sponsorship goal, but opportunities for show sponsors and advertisers still exist.

Sponsors receive a variety of benefits, including logo and name recognition in all promotions within the park and all external communication efforts.

In addition to sponsorships, advertising opportunities are available in the event’s multipage booklet, offered free of charge to each visitor, as well as in-kind donations of goods and services.

In 2015, over 600 volunteers from area businesses, churches, and organizations assisted in all aspects of organizing and staging this event.

More than 21,000 vehicles entered the park and pantry item donations totaled 73,000 pounds, resulting in a five-month supply for the Sheboygan County Food Bank.

Contributions to Making Spirits Bright, Inc., a 501(c) (3) organization, are tax-deductible. To learn more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities, contact Gerry Plehn at (920) 627-5570 before July 31.


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