Want to become a Sponsor? There are many excellent sponsorship opportunities available.
Call Amanda at 303-506-1048 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Frozen Dead Guy Days is a terrific marketing opportunity. Sponsors reach thousands of active, affluent adults who enjoy the outdoors, winter activities, craft beer, MMJ and live music. Frozen Dead Guy Days sponsorship offers a unique way to increase brand awareness, launch a new product or service, drive retail traffic, stimulate sales and ultimately associate your brand with a much-loved consumer experience.
The biggest benefits of sponsorship – other than an association with one of Colorado’s most unique and fun festivals – is having an on-site presence in front of 20,000+ life enthusiasts, co- advertisement with publications like the Boulder Weekly, Winter Scene Magazine, Marquee Magazine, Elevations Magazine, KBPI, KBCO, KGNU, Mountain Ear, MMAC Monthly, Boulder Magazine and Yellow Scene Magazine. The FDGD Guide reaches tens of thousands throughout the Peak to Peak region, Boulder, Denver and surrounding areas for several weeks before and during the event, as well as year-round in Nederland where local merchants and the Nederland visitor center continue to hand it out to inquiring tourist. Sponsor logos adorn all FDGD print materials and banners, as well as reach an average of 10,000 viewers monthly via the website. Over 70% of FDGD attendees are active in social media; FDGD has 18k followers, and number that continues to grow year after year.
In addition to more than a decade of coverage around the world (including television shows from Belgium, Canada, Russia, Japan) and being named one of USA Today‘s top 5 cultural festivals in the country, Frozen Dead Guy Days won the 2010 Governor’s Award for Best Promotional Event in Colorado, made Lonely Planet, Hotels.com and Fest 300 top ten lists, has donned the pages of the New York Times, Southwest Airlines’ Spirit magazine, Subaru’s Drive, and USA Today’s Go Escape magazine. CNN has FDGD listed as “One of the Best Costumed Festivals in the Country” and the story of the Grandpa Bredo was featured on the Travel Channel’s, Monumental Mysteries.
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The festival has also been “immortalized” by two international award-winning documentaries, Grandpa’s In The Tuff Shed and Grandpa’s Still In The Tuff Shed made by the Beeck sisters & Michael Moore.