FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Memorial Park Association set to launch Adopt The Park sponsorship program
Jacksonville, Fla. May 14, 2015 On Friday, May 15, the Memorial Park Association, in collaboration with the City of Jacksonville, will launch an Adopt The Park sponsorship program, featuring local business sponsors.
In an effort to increase donor awareness, local businesses were offered the opportunity to increase their community exposure by committing to different levels of sponsorship, which would show their support for the Memorial Park Association. Sponsorship levels included the opportunity to be showcased in Memorial Park, on the associations website and promoted during the year through the associations social media channels.
This years sponsorships totaled over $21,000 and will directly impact the MPAs yearly costs to enhance and beautify Memorial Park.
The Adopt The Park sponsorship program launch will feature:
- The Adopt The Park Sponsors web page.
- The installation of four new welcome stations, which will include signage, naming the Promenade and Mr. Dawson Society sponsors and feature the Esplanade sponsorship level.
The Memorial Park Association is a nonprofit dedicated to enhancing, preserving and promoting Memorial Park as the premier historic park in Jacksonville. Memorial Park is the only memorial in Florida that is dedicated to the 1,220 Floridians who lost their lives in service during World War I.
About Memorial Park and the Memorial Park Association
Memorial Park is located at 1620 Riverside Ave., between Margaret Street and Memorial Park Drive in Riverside near the 5 Points area of Jacksonville, Fla. Established in 1986, The Memorial Park Association is a nonprofit charitable organization serving its mission to enhance, promote and preserve Memorial Park as the premier historic park in the City of Jacksonville. Designed by the famed Olmsted Brothers and dedicated on Dec. 25, 1924, it is the only park in the state dedicated to the 1,220 Floridians who lost their lives in service during World War I. In 2012, the Memorial Park Association initiated major planning efforts to restore and rehabilitate Memorial Park to its original grandeur, culminating in the development of a viable master plan that will serve as the foundation for continued restoration efforts. Learn more about Memorial Park and the Memorial Park Association here or visit them on Facebook or Twitter.