Bunn Fun Day Sponsorships Available for Apr 25 Event

Scout booth at Bunn Fun Day 2018. Source: Sherry Mercer, Commissioner, Town of Bunn, North Carolina
Scout booth at Bunn Fun Day 2018. Source: Sherry Mercer, Commissioner, Town of Bunn, North Carolina

Bunn Fun Day, a family-friendly event with music, dancing, tasty foods for purchase, and local vendors selling their wares, returns on Saturday, April 25, 2020, 10am-4pm. The event organizers are accepting Applications for businesses wishing to sponsor this Town of Bunn annual event.

Multiple sponsorship levels are available. In return for event sponsorship, signs and banners at the event will list sponsor names.

Headlining this sixth-annual event will be East Coast Rhythm & Blues of Spring Hope, with additional performers including local dancers. More entertainers are planned, with sponsorships making them possible.

Food trucks and food vendors, artists and craft vendors, will be set up during the event, and sponsors may request vendor space, if still available.

Park installation in Bunn, North Carolina. Source: Sherry Mercer
Park installation in Bunn, North Carolina. Source: Sherry Mercer

Families come each year to enjoy the Spring day and let children play in the inflatables, get their faces painted, meet live owls at a special wildlife booth, and more.  Thousands attend each year from the Town of Bunn  and surrounding communities in Franklin and Wake counties.

Bunn Fun Day activities and vendors will be set up along Railroad Street in Downtown Bunn, North Carolina.

Proceeds raised from Bunn Fun Day are used for expansion and maintenance of the Bunn Community Park, located next to the police station/town hall, that was opened in 2019.

Sponsorship slots and vendor booth spaces are limited, so early registration is recommended.

If you or your business are interested in becoming a sponsor, email Commissioner Mercer, and return a completed Bunn Fun Day 2020 sponsor Application.

 

Bunn Fun Day 2020 Flyer
Bunn Fun Day 2020 flyer

 

Bunn is located in Franklin County, North Carolina, northeast of Raleigh and southwest of Rocky Mount. The Town of Bunn website is here.

Bunn was incorporated in 1913. During the Bunn Centennial Year, 2013-14, monthly special event brought people together to celebrate history, the growing community, and its “green” future.

The Bunn of today is known for its organic and hemp farms, pick-your-own fields, solar farms, nearby Lake Royale, and livestock raised as natural “mowers” in a solar field — not to mention the football program at Bunn High School. The town is also known for their big parades and family-oriented events including Bunn Fun Day.

 

Bunn Fun Day inflatables. Photo: Kay Whatley, 2017
Bunn Fun Day inflatables. Photo: Kay Whatley, 2017

 

Bunn Fun Day section. Photo: Kay Whatley, 2017
Bunn Fun Day section. Photo: Kay Whatley, 2017

 

Source: Sherry Mercer, Town of Bunn

 

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