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Still time to secure a booth at CELEBRATE HOLLISTON.

by Theresa Lamkin
August 8, 2018

It is that time of year again!!  Time to start thinking about your booth at CELEBRATE HOLLISTON.  Last year was a lot of fun.  We hope you felt the day was well worth your effort.  I know the folks who attended very much enjoyed it.

Celebrate Holliston is truly one of the best ways for you to let the community know what you do!   No where else will you reach as many people for such a small investment.  

If you are interested in being a sponsor this year - NOW IS THE TIME!!  We have unparalleled exposure opportunities at all levels!  Just ask last year's sponsors, there is no better way to get your name out there.

PLATINUM level has limited spots!  If you are interested, email me today with your forms.

Also, it isn't too early to sign up for a booth!  Do it today and you don't have to worry about it for the rest of the summer.   (NOTE:  Sponsorship at all levels comes with a free booth!)

You should also consider joining the PARADE - Did you know anyone can have a float or walk in the parade.  You can do a float that is an eye catching promotion of your business.  People remember crazy floats!!  There is no charge and no limit to what you can do.

Details on both of these are available on our website  (www.celebrateholliston.com) .

Our sponsorship & booth forms are attached.  We'd love to see you again this year. If you have any questions, let me know or call/text me 774-217-0406.

 

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