Sponsorship Opportunities Available for
Fourth of July Parade and Family FunFest
Give back to your community and advertise your business to more than 15,000 people by helping sponsor the City of Moreno Valley’s Independence Day Parade and Family FunFest on July 4.
This year's Fourth of July Celebration, "Sweet Land of Liberty," begins with a traditional Independence Day Parade. The Family FunFest, voted #1 Hometown Event in the Inland Empire by Press-Enterprise readers, and a fireworks extravaganza round out the day of patriotic fun.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to highlight your company at one of the City’s most popular events. Sponsorship packages can be customized to fit individual exposure and budgeting needs.
This year’s parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Alessandro Boulevard and Frederick Street, ending at TownGate Plaza.
The Family FunFest will be held at Morrison Park and Mountain View Middle School. Gates open at 2 p.m., giving attendees plenty of time to save their picnic spots and start sampling food from a wide variety of vendors.
The entertainment starts at 4 p.m. and features an exciting line-up with performances by the nationally recognized Pacific Crest Drum and Bugle Corps, along with “The Band Fresh,” and with “The MVPs.”
The day’s grand finale is a fireworks extravaganza beginning at 9 p.m. The fireworks show will be synced to patriotic music played by KOLA 99.9 FM.
For complete details regarding sponsorship opportunities and to view the 2017 Sponsorship Guide, please call 951-413-3280 or visit the event's website.
Terms and conditions are subject to final approval by the Moreno Valley City Council.
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