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Posted on: December 8, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Rock Island Parks Unveils Sponsorship Program

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Looking to get your business in front of the community in 2018?

    Looking to get your business in front of the community in 2018? Align your business with a positive brand in the community with the Rock Island Parks & Recreation Department. Rock Island Parks & Recreation’s sports, special events, and facilities reach thousands of people and provide life-enriching experiences for a wide range of residents in our community and surrounding communities.

    Partnerships with local businesses help Parks & Recreation offer activities and events that give the people the opportunity to spend time together, have fun, and get outdoors and build the community. “Our department is one of the most trusted brands in the community. It’s where patrons come to exercise, connect with nature, celebrate community, and socialize with others,” says Dan Gleason, Special Events & Fundraising Manager, for the Rock Island Parks & Recreation Department. “That’s why it makes sense to align your business with us. By becoming a sponsor, your business will communicate support and value within our community.”

     The Rock Island Parks & Recreation has flexible options that offer opportunities for any size of business to connect with their target market. Opportunities for businesses to sponsor range in price from $100 and up including small sponsorships like candy donation at Fright Night, to mid range sponsorships such as a concert at Schwiebert Riverfront Park, a soccer jersey sponsorship, Red, White & Boom, or signage at Whitewater Junction or the Sports Complex. Businesses can choose a sponsorship that fits their marketing goals. “We are here to work with you and what is best for both of our businesses/organization’s needs,” said Dan Gleason. “I encourage businesses to reach out to us at the Parks Department and discuss your needs and see how we can align them within our sponsorship programs so we can help you meet your marketing goals in 2018. We are excited to unveil our new sponsorship program and look forward to meeting with many community businesses,” says Gleason.

    For more information on getting involved with the Rock Island Parks & Recreation Department as a sponsor, please contact Dan Gleason, Special Event and Fundraising Manager, at 309-732-7439 or

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