The 2016 Tulsa Christmas Parade is just the event to showcase your business in front of thousands of spectators all along the parade route and tens of thousands of viewers on Oklahoma’s Channel 8. You’ll see families region-wide line the spectacular one-mile parade route in historic downtown Tulsa as they cheer the sights and sounds of the season.
With over 75 Christmas themed entries, including brightly decorated floats, giant balloons, marching bands, equestrian units, nonprofit groups, horse-drawn carriages and a cast of magical Christmas characters, Tulsa’s favorite parade is an event you don’t want to miss. The parade will be broadcast live, commercial free on Oklahoma’s Channel 8 KTUL, with tens of thousands of viewers watching it every year.
Santa Claus Comes to Town!
What could be more magical than the appearance of Santa and his elves as they arrive in Tulsa for Christmas? For kids young and old, Jolly Old Saint Nick marks the true beginning of the season and a spectacular close to the night’s festivities.
The Tulsa Christmas Parade is advertised through extensive radio, TV, outdoor and print media locally and regionally. You’ll have the opportunity to advertise your brand to tens of thousands of customers and help create an experience around your brand name that really captures the magic of the season. Your sponsorship includes:
- High visibility around and within the route
- Sampling or couponing opportunities
- Use of your logo in product promotion, website, and social media (estimated 100,000 impressions during the weeks leading up to the parade and on parade week)
- Use of our event logo
- Retail/trade promotion
- Corporate viewing in VIP bleachers (for certain levels)
Stand Out from the Crowd
Depending upon what sponsorship level you choose, you can have an effective advertising message that will be seen by tens of thousands of Tulsans. Stand out from the crowd this holiday season by participating in the region’s largest Christmas Parade, celebrating the real reason for the season, as a community.
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Self-propelled trailer or trailer pulled by truck.
Dance groups, boy/girl scouts, community/church groups, etc.
Decorated company vehicles, equestrian, classic cars, motorcycles,