An expression of interest process is now open for large corporates and small businesses to partner with Toowoomba Regional Council to support Carnival, which has welcomed millions of visitors to Toowoomba since 1949.
Toowoomba Region Mayor Paul Antonio said businesses could associate their name with a myriad of events held as part of the 2023 Carnival. “Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers has had some wonderful corporate partners. We thank each of those businesses for their involvement in creating one of Australia’s most iconic events.”
“The exposure generated for these businesses through Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers has consistently far outweighed the investment. I’d encourage those interested to register now to be involved in the 2023 event.”
“The Carnival has opportunities such as naming rights to the Floral Parade, the hugely popular Festival of Food and Wine, Entertainment in the Parks, Night Garden, Cinema Under the Stars and Teddy Bears Picnic, to name a few.”
“We are excited to offer the new opportunity of Perennial Partners, as we know Carnival is loved by many, and this option provides benefits to suit businesses.”
“Building on the 2022 results of over 360,000 attendees across the 30-day event program, we expect Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers to reach even greater heights in 2023. Now is the time to partner with Carnival,” Mayor Antonio said.
For a copy of the partnership prospectus and to register your details, head to – Budding Partnerships – Sponsorship – Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers (tcof.com.au) Businesses have until 31 January 2023 to register their interest.
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Toowoomba Regional Council