Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Be a part of the 2011 Milton Roundup.

Get your business or non-profit in front of 5,000-plus people

MILTON, Ga., June 28, 2011 - The 2011 Milton Roundup sponsorship/vendor packet is now available online at and includes everything potential sponsors and vendors need to help Milton throw its biggest birthday party yet.

To download the packet immediately, click here. Otherwise, visit, roll over the "For Residents" tab and choose "Milton Roundup." There you will find the packet, a letter from Mayor Joe Lockwood and a proposed event map. As vendors and sponsors come in, their names, logos and links to their Web sites will be added.

There will also be links to the Roundup page from the city's home page in the "News Briefs" section from now until the event.

As in the past four years, there are three levels of sponsorship: Golden Horseshoe ($1,500), Pardner ($1,000) and Buckaroo ($500). Each features its own perks, including company logo placement on all event banners, advertisements and T-shirts, prime booth space and links to your organization from the City of Milton's Web site. Please note, however, that specific inclusion and logo placement are based on sponsorship level.

The sponsorship deadline is Sept. 9 to assure all names and logos are included in promotional advertising.

Vendors are also welcomed to take part in the 2011 Milton Roundup. Non-food related booth space is $100 for businesses and $25 for non-profit groups. Food vendors can expect to pay $150 for a tent and $250 for space to park a food trailer.

Vendors must also have their applications in by Sept. 9. However, vendors are being considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Businesses that offer similar services, including food vendors, will be limited at the discretion of the City of Milton.

The 2011 Milton Roundup will take place Oct. 15 from noon to 6 p.m. on the grounds of Birmingham United Methodist Church (click here for directions). All residents of Milton, along with their family and friends, are invited to join in the day-long event where they can eat great local food, play games, listen to music, hop on one of our exciting rides or just spend the day outside enjoying Georgia's beautiful fall weather. Parking and admission are free.

A week prior, Oct. 8, the City of Milton will once again hold the Mayor's Run at 8 a.m. as part of the festivities leading to the Roundup. More information on the run will be available soon.

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