To the Editor:
The second annual Moonbow Eggfest was another great success. With over 40 cooks and 400 attendees, we were able to expose the community to Komodo Cooking on the Big Green Egg.
While we had several cooks and guests from the Tri-County area, we also had some from IL, IN, TN, WV, FL. This year we already have over 30 cooks committed and other guests coming from MD, OH, FL, GA, VA, WV, TN, IL, IN and possibly more.
This process is a pretty big undertaking and we heavily rely on the support and sponsorship of local and other businesses. For those that sponsored last year we greatly appreciate your help and ask that you, and others, kindly consider supporting the Moonbow Eggfest again in 2016.
As a non-profit organization/event, our goal is to bring the community together for some great food and cooking experiences to help raise funds for local youth and scholastic athletics. Tri-County Sports Authority and Corbin High School Baseball were both able to raise funds to help support their programs last year. You will likely see them there again this year helping with many tasks for the events and selling raffle tickets and drinks.
Our sponsorship amounts are set to the sizes of the Eggs. Each sponsor will have their name placed on the Eggfest shirts as well as a sign at the Eggfest and will receive Taster tickets for the event as follows:
Small: $100.00, T-Shirts, 2 Tickets
Medium: $250.00, T-Shirts, 4 Tickets
Large: $500.00, T-shirts, 8 Tickets
X-Large: $1,000.00+, T-shirts, 20 Tickets
Please make checks payable to Moonbow Eggfest, Inc., and mail to the address below or drop at Hometown Bank in an envelope for Tim Barnes.
We sincerely appreciate any support you may be able to provide and look forward to seeing you at Sanders Park on October 1, 2016, for the Third Annual Moonbow Eggfest. Meanwhile, you can find us on the web for updates at www.moonboweggfest.com , Follow us at www.twitter.com/moonboweggfest or like us at www.facebook.com/moonboweggfest
Moonbow Eggfest Organizer