Fright Night – Sponsorship

YOU can be a part of this excellent event! We have great opportunities for you to help support the fun and excitement that hundreds of visitors come to see from all over Durham, and beyond.

Sponsors play an important part of helping us to deliver an engaging, interactive experience. The list below shows how you can join us, and in doing so, help do great things for your community by supporting the United Way and the Firehouse Youth Centre. Thank you for your interest! Also, if you don’t feel you fit into one of these levels specifically, ask us! We’re happy to work with you on some other combinations.

Contact us at monsters@jhsd.ca

HOWLERS – $100

  • Two tickets to the event
  • Listed on Howlers level signage at the event (up to 5 sponsors listed per 16×24) with the other sponsors at this level
  • Listed on our website in the Fright Night Sponsors page
  • Inclusion in our agency annual report

Use the tickets any way you like (as a contest prize in your business, a gift to a special client, or to your staff). As our hundreds of visitors arrive, they’ll see your name displayed proudly on our Howlers Sponsor signage right at the entrance, knowing you were an important part of our success. You’ll also be recognized in the supporters section of our agency’s annual report (distributed in the following fall, so you’re getting 2 years of recognition activity!).

SHOCKERS – $250

  • 4 tickets to the event
  • Listed on the Shockers level signage at the event (up to 3 sponsors listed per 16×24 sign)
  • Listed on our website in the Fright Night Sponsors page
  • Inclusion in our agency annual report
  • @mentions in our social media and other promotions
  • Your logo on our event poster (due by Oct 2nd)

Use the tickets any way you like (as a contest prize in your business, a gift to a special client, or to your staff). As our hundreds of visitors arrive, they’ll see your name displayed proudly on our Howlers Sponsor signage right at the entrance, knowing you were an important part of our success. You’ll also be recognized in the supporters section of our agency’s annual report (distributed in the following fall, so you’re getting 2 years of recognition activity!). We’ll also do shout-outs from our social media accounts (which have over 1,000 followers in total as of this writing) naming you and pointing people at your social media name. If we have your logo by October, we’ll include it on the poster and flyer that gets distributed throughout the community.

CRAVENS $500+

  • 8 tickets to the event
  • Listed on your own individual 16×24 signage on both trails at the event,
  • Listed on our website in the Fright Night Sponsors page
  • Inclusion in our agency annual report
  • @mentions in our social media and other promotions
  • Your logo on our event poster (due by Oct 2nd)
  • Put up your own banner at our entrance/ticket area
  • You become part of the story! We’ll put your company name into one of our scenes, including if available, some item/object from your business as a prop

Use the tickets any way you like (as a contest prize in your business, a gift to a special client, or to your staff). As our hundreds of visitors arrive, they’ll see your name displayed proudly on our Howlers Sponsor signage right at the entrance, knowing you were an important part of our success. You’ll also be recognized in the supporters section of our agency’s annual report (distributed in the following fall, so you’re getting 2 years of recognition activity!). We’ll also do shout-outs from our social media accounts (which have over 1,000 followers in total as of this writing) naming you and pointing people at your social media name. If we have your logo by October, we’ll include it on the poster and flyer that gets distributed throughout the community. We’ll also let you put up your company banner/poster at the entrance/ticket area of the event.

Best of all, we’ll incorporate -your- company name into the story line of one of our spooky scenes! Have a product you want to promote? We’ll aim to make it part of the prop/scene. For example, one sponsor from a fast food restaurant provided some product packaging. We built a story around a crazed guard that was accusing every visitor to his scene of having eaten his dinner, pointing out the empty wrappers of the restaurant name. He then proceeded to “set an example” of some other people who he caught earlier (more of our cast) for eating his delicious food. You can see how this worked in a video clip posted on thefirehouse.ca under the Fright Night tab. The result was the perfect mix of a good scare, humour and engagement of our guests! We believe the best experience is an interactive one!

 

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