Treat Trail

Halloween 2017

halloweenDowntown Halloween Treat Trail Promotional Opportunities 2017

27th Annual Downtown Treat Trail

Transform your businesses and get ready!  Princesses, cowboys, ghosts and ghouls will be prowling downtown Tuesday, October 31, 2017 in search of treats and tricks.

This spooky event will take place between 3:00pm and 5:00pm (Street closures begin at 2:30pm)

Every year more and more children and parents are learning about this downtown multi-block party so, join in and take advantage of this fantastic promotional opportunity!

**NB Access to the 200 & 300 blocks of Alexander Street from the TransCanada Highway to Lakeshore Drive will be closed during the event for the safety of the trick-or-treaters and their families.

How to get involved:

Treat Stop

Your business: Purchase treats to hand out to trick-or-treating children – Also consider partnering with adjacent businesses and pool your resources.  This event is more about maintaining a connection to the community rather than filling bags with treats (although, I’m sure kids would love to get the occasional Coffee Crisp).

Downtown Salmon Arm: Orchestrates the entire event.  From street closures, arranging for volunteer crossing control and bringing community groups into downtown with Hot Chocolate and coffee to keep everyone warm.

Benefits: You are listed as a treat-stop sponsor in event advertising

Safety/Activity Sponsor

Your business: Makes a $50 donation toward volunteer honorariums and event costs.

Downtown Salmon Arm: Ensures that your business name appears in event advertising and subsequent “thank you” print advertising

Benefits: Additional exposure for your business as a community supporter in various print media

Event Sponsor

Your Business: Make a minimum $500 donation

Downtown Salmon Arm: Adds your business name/logo to advertising pieces as well as event souvenirs

Benefits: Brand recognition for your business throughout the community in association with a well-established family friendly event

 

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