Become a Sponsor

The Tenth Annual Piedmont Earth Day Fair will be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds.  Join us as a sponsor!

The Piedmont Earth Day Fair brings together the Piedmont Triad’s leading companies and organizations committed to a sustainable future. As the largest Earth Day Celebration and environmental education event in the region, we hosted nearly 10,000 people and more than 100 exhibitors at last year’s event.

Through sponsorship of the 2015 Piedmont Earth Day Fair, your business or organization will benefit from direct exposure to thousands of community members who are interested in environmentally-friendly products or services and committed to green living. Your company’s association with the PEA brand — known and respected in the community for the highest standards of sustainability — will help strengthen the community’s positive image of your business.

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The Piedmont Earth Day Fair’s comprehensive marketing campaign, led by the marketing team at Kilpatrick Design, has helped PEA draw record crowds year after year. In 2014, we hosted an estimated 10,000 people, thanks in large part to our marketing campaign that boasts an estimated 3.5 million local media impressions.

The 2014 Marketing Campaign included the following:

  • More than 130 promotional spots on WFDD 88.5

  • Sponsored promotional spots on WXII 12

  • Print ads in the Winston-Salem Journal

  • 35,000 impression digital ad on JournalNow.com

  • Two ads in Forsyth Family Magazine

  • Ads on Winston-Salem city busses

  • Banner displayed on the University Parkway overpass

  • Fliers distributed to all elementary Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools

  • Nine eNewletter blasts to more than 3,000 targeted consumers in the weeks leading up to the Fair

  • Calendar listing in dozens of print and online media

  • On-air pre-event media coverage on WXII, WFMY and WFDD

  • Pre and Post event media coverage in the Winston-Salem Journal, Camel City Dispatch and Piedmont Parent.

  • Saturated coverage on PEA’s social media sites