Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation would love to partner with your business. Let’s build a stronger community - together!
Why Be a Sponsor?
Sponsoring an event or program hosted by Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation allows your business to connect with the City’s residents in a unique and beneficial way. Your contribution showcases your organization’s dedication to enriching the community through positive, fun, and memorable experiences. Program sponsors are guaranteed to gain exposure to residents via multiple avenues.
Sponsor Your Way
There are multiple ways you can partner with Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation, including (but not limited to):
Monetary donations separate the difference between a good event and a wonderfully memorable event. We try our hardest to keep the prices of programs and events low (or even free) so every resident has the opportunity to participate; therefore, monetary sponsorships go a great distance. Your business will gain different amounts of exposure based on the sponsorship level you choose.
Sponsor an event or program by donating gift cards, products for raffle/contest prizes, and trinkets with your business’s logo. Have a different idea in mind? Just ask!
Attend events or programs while wearing your organization’s apparel. You will also have the opportunity to connect with customers and hand out promotional materials.
Custom Sponsorship Packages
We offer custom packages to fit the needs and wants of your business. Please let us know if you would like to sponsor in a way that is not listed.
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