Connect with your customers and community. Sponsor the 2013 EnergyFest or get an exhibitor booth today at houstonenergyfest.com.
The official website of EnergyFest 2013 – West Houston’s newest street celebration – is now live at houstonenergyfest.com. Here you can explore great opportunities for your business to connect with customers and the local community by becoming a festival sponsor, vendor or exhibitor.
On April 6, “EnergyFest: Explore the Corridor” will bring businesses and residents from The Energy Corridor and Houston together for an exciting, inaugural fair celebrating the District’s 10th anniversary. Free to the public, the festival will feature a full day of engaging fun for your business and customers, with great food and good times.
For companies in The Energy Corridor and beyond, EnergyFest offers an exciting, unique way to promote your business with sponsorships, tents, tables and more. Plus, your participation supports a great cause. Any proceeds will be donated to The Energy Corridor’s neighborhood schools.
EnergyFest is designed to help every business, from small to large, get involved. There are exhibitor booths for as little as $300 and food booths for $425. Highly visible festival sponsorships range from $1,000 to the $10,000 title sponsorship, all providing brand awareness and promotional opportunities before and during EnergyFest.
With an entertainment expo, demonstrations on sustainable living and commuting, a bevy of children activity zones, food booths and a merchant street, EnergyFest offers a host of opportunities to engage your business.
EnergyFest has even drawn the attention of two popular Houston television news personalities who will emcee the entertainment expo: KHOU Morning News Anchor Lily Jang and KHOU Meteorologist Chita Johnson.
“EnergyFest is an exciting way to showcase The Energy Corridor’s businesses, active lifestyles and efforts to promote sustainable living,” says Rachael Weaver, Community Relations Director for The Energy Corridor District. “It’s going to be a fun way for our sponsors and exhibitors to introduce their services to potential customers and build rapport.”
The Energy Corridor’s own event-planning specialist, Gray & Associates, is producing the first-ever EnergyFest.
Don’t miss this chance to be a part of a street festival that will capture the vitality and communal spirit of The Energy Corridor. Become a sponsor or exhibitor today by calling (281) 759-3800, or contact Rachael Weaver, The Energy Corridor District Community Relations Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.