Sanibel Island, FL, October 14, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) is seeking sponsors for the 29th annual Taste of the Islands event, to be held in Sanibel Community Park on Nov. 21. Voted as “Best Island Event,” sponsorship of this island tradition gives local businesses exposure to thousands of Southwest Florida residents and gives island residents a fun way to support CROW’s work to care for sick and injured wildlife.
Businesses may consider sponsoring Beverages, Entertainment or the Children’s Play Area, or other levels from $500 up to the Presenting Sponsor level of $10,000. Promotional opportunities, such as logo placement and website listings, event tickets, and other VIP perks vary by package.
CROW is offering special sponsorship levels for island friends and supporters to provide an easy opportunity to make a donation and get prepackaged fun at the $500 Supporter Level and the $1,000 Friend Level. These sponsors include hassle-free VIP parking, t-shirts, CROW bucks for food and drinks, and access to the VIP sponsor tent.
“We created a variety of sponsorship packages to fit the needs and budgets of various types and sizes of businesses and also for our island residents,” says event chairperson Melissa Congress. “We have something for everyone where sponsors can have fun and know they’re supporting CROW at the same time.”
To become a sponsor or learn more about the perks included with each package, contact CROW’S managing director Ava Hinojosa at 239-395-0048. For more information on the 2010 Taste of the Islands – including a list of participating restaurants, visit www.tastesanibelcaptiva.com.
Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW), is an island nonprofit organization dedicated to Saving Wildlife Through Compassion, Care and Education since 1968. CROW provides high quality medical care to more than 4,000 patients annually, representing over 200 different wildlife species. In addition to providing medical care, CROW aims to prevent injuries before they happen by presenting a variety of educational programs designed to help demonstrate personal responsibility and how to protect native wildlife populations. For more information, visit www.crowclinic.org.