On the last Saturday of October, the Historical Society of Long Beach hosts an exciting cemetery tour in some of the city’s oldest cemeteries. This one-of-a-kind living history celebration attracts 1,250 people and engages the support of more than 95 volunteers, city agencies, community and regional leaders. The event provides an amazing opportunity to remember the role ordinary people play in local, national, and world events. Costumed actors bear witness to the lives of well-known and lesser-known figures in Long Beach history. Visitors enjoy the performances, historical displays, and a lovely day in a unique, park-like setting. Proceeds benefit the Historical Society a nonprofit organization that collects, preserves and presents local history. Using historical documents, photographs, artifacts, and oral and written stories we create exhibitions and public programs that connect people to the past and to the place they live.
Sponsor Signage at Tour Entry Points seen by all 1500 attendees and volunteers
Exclusive “Title” Sponsorship with name and logo on cover of the printed program seen by attendees, volunteers, sponsors, and more
Full page color advertisement on back cover of program seen by all attendees, volunteers, sponsors, and more. Back cover advertisements are visible in many photographs of the event as people carry their programs.
50 tickets to the event
Acknowledgment in press materials sent to local and regional media
Acknowledgment in some promotional ads placed in print and online sources
Acknowledgment in social media seen by hundreds of thousands
Name and logo on ticket sale page www.hslb.org viewed by all who seek information online about the event
Opportunity for booth at event, confirmation required 9/1