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Media Release - 24 July 2019
The annual Festival of Fisher’s Ghost is back again and Council is calling on local business and organisations to support the popular community event.
The festival draws over 100,000 people from across the wider Macarthur region over 10 days and is a staple of the Campbelltown community.
This year’s Festival of Fisher’s Ghost will be held from Friday 1 November to Sunday 10 November.
The festival features the ever-popular street parade, prestigious Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, the Fisher’s Ghost Fun Run and street fair and carnival.
Organisations who partner with the event will be included in all promotional material and receive recognition for their contribution. A range of packages are available for prospective sponsors.
Mayor of Campbelltown George Brticevic said the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost was one of the most important events on the local calendar.
“The Festival of Fisher’s Ghost gets bigger and better every year and we are always delighted to see the amount of support we get from the local business community,” said Mayor Brticevic.
Sponsors have the opportunity to be included in promotion of the event across Facebook, website, radio, email marketing, posters, fliers and more.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities with the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost contact Michelle Sheehan in Council’s City Lifestyles team on 02 4645 4517 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions close at close of business on Friday 9 August.
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