Dear Local Business,
As you know, the town of Littleton has many different programs and activities at our facilities. Our goal is to provide a safe and affordable place for residents of Littleton to come out and enjoy the parks and recreation programs that the Town of Littleton offers. We welcome public input that can make Littleton a better place to live and recreate. Some of the programs that take place in our facilities include Adult and Youth Softball, Baseball, Soccer, Concerts in the park, Summer Recreation Program, Fourth of July Block Party, and many more.
We’re asking for sponsorships from local area businesses to help keep these programs, and all future programs running at low cost for the community for generations to come. This year there are several opportunities to support our local programs and to advertise for your business. Each type of sponsorship gets your business a 4’X8’ banner with your company logo displayed at locations throughout the spring summer and fall. The first option is to sponsor one of five bands during our “Concerts in the Park” series. Sponsorships for this program run between $300 and $600 and also includes introduction at the concert you choose and a banner at Remich Park which will be displayed for the spring summer and fall. The second option is to participate in the general program for which options are listed below for sponsorship. The money raised will help cover costs of field usage such as electricity, equipment, field preparation and maintenance, and for keeping programming costs down for our community.
There are several levels of donations available, and occur at several locations. The donation levels are:
$200 a Banner at either Apthorp Commons or Remich Park Baseball Field, or Littleton Pool
$300 a Banner at two locations. Remich Park, Apthorp Commons, and Town Pool (any combo)
$400 a Banner at the Town Pool, Remich Park and Apthorp Commons
Band Sponsorships are available upon request. Please see Chris Wilkins for more information
Thank you for supporting your community and helping our recreation grow.