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Sponsor Show N’ Shine

Sponsorships are now available for the 22nd annual Show N’ Shine & Fly- In set for Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011, at the Cameron Park Airport.

This major event is a collaborative effort between Soroptimist of Cameron Park, El Dorado Hills and Cameron Park Rotary Club, and drew more than 2,500 attendees to view 20-plus classic airplanes and 250 show cars and motorcycles in the day-long event.  More than 45 community organizations and vendors participate offering food, drinks, music and marching bands, to benefit local community projects and programs.

Sponsors in the Elite level receive premiere placement of their linked logo on the event website for one year and logo on all show advertising plus free parking and booth space. Sponsors in the Major category, receive placement of their linked logo on the second Sponsor page as well as the above considerations. Other sponsorships are available from $25 to $250.

Due to publication deadlines, commitments must be received no later than Sept. 1, 2011. Information on sponsor opportunities and applications can be found at ShowNShineFlyIn.com or call Peggy Sue at (916) 933-8205 or Mike at (530) 676-7860

 

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