2013 Sponsorship Opportunities
The Tennessee Valley Fair invites your business to be a part of the 94th annual fair, September 6-15, 2013. Discover how our treasured East Tennessee tradition can help you effectively target and reach new customers.
Each September, the Tennessee Valley Fair brings to mind the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of experiences that East Tennesseans have enjoyed for generations. Whether it’s the sweet smell of funnel cake or the memory of your first ride on the Ferris Wheel, the Tennessee Valley Fair is a time honored tradition that celebrates our region’s rich heritage and history.
In 2012, over 141,000 Fairgoers of all ages, races and backgrounds enjoyed our festivities as we showcased the best of everything that East Tennessee has to offer. From rides, concerts, tractor pulls, rodeos, contests, educational exhibits and hands-on activities, the Fair is truly a must-see event that has something for everyone.
In sharing East Tennessee tradition, we have a unique opportunity to create a valuable strategic partnership that will reach new customers from Knox County and surrounding counties including Anderson, Blount, Claiborne, Grainger, Hamblen, Jefferson, Loudon, Roane, Sevier, Scott and Union.
We are committed to developing a partnership that is mutually beneficial and meets your marketing objectives. For more information, please contact Scott Suchomski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 865-215-1477.
Mobile Marketing Tours
Marketing tours – take advantage our flexible schedule, ample space and high traffic event! We invite you to contact us about bringing your tour to the 2013 Fair! For more information, please contact Scott Suchomski at email@example.com or 865-215-1477.
Arts & Heritage Fund
The Tennessee Valley Fair is pleased to acknowledge the support of the
Arts & Heritage Fund. We are grateful to the Haslam Family Foundation,
the Clayton Family Foundation, 21st Century Mortgage, the Cornerstone
Foundation, the Knoxville Tourism & Sports Corporation, and Scripps
Networks for contributing to this new community resource, which
supports a wide range of arts organizations and historic sites in our area
and is managed by the Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville.
Sincere thanks are extended to Knox County for their continued support of the 2012 Tennessee Valley Fair through their financial support of the Arts & Culture community.