Are you interested in becoming a sponsor of the OCCF or an OCCF event? Please download the sponsorship information below and contact Dave Van Ness at email@example.com if you have any questions!
Maybe they think of your product or your location. Depending on your business, words like “convenient,” “innovative” and “reliable” might come to mind.
No matter what your business makes or does, you have many competitors around the world. In these global days, another series of words can be the difference between calling you—or calling your competitor.
What are those words?
“Local.” “Community.” “Neighbor.” If customers think of these words when they see your logo, then you’re part of a trend toward doing business close to home. Shoppers want to support their local businesses and keep their dollars in the community, so you want them to know your business is part of our neighborhood.
One way to let customers know you’re a local business is to take part in community events. Not only do attendees learn to associate your business with our community, but also people who don’t attend will see your logo alongside efforts to promote, maintain and enjoy our local treasures.
No doubt you’ve seen business names on the back of Little League jerseys, but cute as those jerseys are, a dusty little kid with grass in his hair might not be the image your business wants to project.
The Old Colorado City Foundation offers opportunities to show off your business in the context of Colorado Springs’ oldest and most varied neighborhood. We attract visitors from around the world with our history, restaurants, shopping and events.
Old Colorado City hosts a variety of events throughout the calendar year, attracting visitors from near and far.
For example, Taste of OCC is an annual event for adults in our community. Attendees enjoy foods from locally owned restaurants, local art and live music in Bancroft Park, the heart of Old Colorado City. Proceeds from the event help the Old Colorado City Foundation provide many services to visitors, from improving Bancroft Park to maintaining a Welcome Center.
We offer several levels of sponsorship for this event, enabling businesses to help keep Old Colorado City vibrant and to place their name alongside ours in print advertising, social media, press releases and promotions.
Old Colorado City Associates, an association of businesses from I-25 to 39th Street, offers sponsorship opportunities for their events as well. Whether your brand is artistic, quirky or traditional, we have an event that reminds customers that you are part of their community.
Get more information below and contact us. Be known as more than just another faceless business—let residents know you’re a neighbor!