Become a Sponsor/Advertiser
For general sponsor information, email Joe Hickey firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-849-2623
Concert and competition event program advertising, vendor tables, workshop t-shirt, logo exposure on WinterStorm.net, and logo projection at the concert provide a wide reach to promote your products, services, or event.
What is more, our well-executed regional and international public relations efforts drive traffic to winterstorm.net to help keep your organization’s name in front of targeted audiences year-round.
Winter Storm events appeal to a Midwest U.S., North American, as well as a large international audience, and we offer a variety of advertising packages.
The Winter Storm master classes annually attract approximately 350 piping and drumming students of all ages. In addition, 300 pipers and drummers enter the solo contests. 1000 attend the public concert.
Deadline for copy and payment for programs and T-Shirts is December 1.
Concert and Contest Programs
Get Year-Round Exposure with WinterStorm.net Traffic and Workshop T-Shirt Logo Placement
mhaf.org/WinterStorm.net Google Analytics statistics for 12 months up to September 2023
- 43,741 sessions, 25,177 unique visitors, 224,435 page views
(Statistics represent human traffic and do not include traffic generated by worms, robots, and the like)
- Workshop T-Shirt (Example is from 2014)
Advertising and Vendor Table Rate Card and Specifications
Major Sponsorship opportunities, naming rights, are available; Including Concert or Contest medal naming rights.
Please email Beth Wilson email@example.com
Kansas City Caledonian Pipe Pipe Band – Founding Sponsor
KCCPB was formed in 1981 and competed until 1999 in grades 3 and 4 throughout North America. MHAF extends its gratitude to the band for its endorsement of our goals and for its significant monetary support. Current and future workshops would not be possible but for the initial financial contribution of KCCPB. Numerous former members of the band continue as active volunteers for Winter Storm events.