Planning for the official state of North Carolina Fourth of July Festival is underway and event organizers are seeking sponsors to help fund the annual event, which draws nearly 50,000 visitors to the region each year. This year boasts a full schedule of events and a variety of new additions to the festival’s calendar. Be sure to check out the schedule of events online as new things are being posted as more details become finalized.
Would you like to advertise to the 50,000+ visitors and/or show your support? Sponsorship packages range from Eagle sponsor to a Sparkler. The sponsorship packages are designed so that everyone can participate in helping the festival continue to provide an amazing Independence Day celebration. For participating merchants, the exposure is well worth the sponsorship investment. In addition to publicity before, during, and after the festival, some of the packages include VIP package(s), signage on the festival grounds, and print ad(s) recognition.
“The 2023 festival is already shaping up to be a fun-filled event that promises to bring in thousands of visitors to the area, but we can’t do it without community support,” said Randy Jones, chair of the North Carolina Fourth of July Festival. “Sponsors are vital to the ongoing success of the festival.”
Visit the festival’s website and become a sponsor today at nc4thofjulyfestival/sponsorships, email the festival at email@example.com or contact the sponsorship chair, Brett McKeithen, at (910) 457-5578.
Now in its 228th year, the 2023 festival will feature a firefighter’s competition, nightly live entertainment, children’s games, arts and crafts, freedom flotilla, parade, a Naturalization Ceremony, great food, and much more. Additionally, Oak Island will host Beach Day, which will feature a corn hole tournament, bocce ball, volleyball and skate competitions, shag dance contest, and an evening concert featuring a live band and dancing.
Oak Island Beach Day on July 1 commemorates the merger of the towns of Yaupon Beach and Long Beach into what is now known as the Town of Oak Island. As part of the merger celebration, a fireworks display will conclude Oak Island Beach Day.
The NC 4th of July Festival starts June 30 and ends July 4 with a fireworks display overlooking the Cape Fear River on the Southport waterfront. To watch a promotional video for the official North Carolina Fourth of July Festival sponsorship opportunities, go to youtube.com/watch?v=X41yMacQIj4.
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