Children's Day at the World Trade Center, New York, wants to partner with sponsors for its fourth annual family festival slated for May 4. Included in the event, expected to draw more than 25,000: entertainment and activities with celebrity involvement and coverage by Thirteen/WNET. Gap Kids and Toyota were presenting sponsors in 1995. Cost: $2,000 to $30,000 (title). Schwartz Public Relations coordinates. Contact: (212) 677-8700.
Greenwich Village Jazz Festival, New York, wants to tune in sponsors for its annual series of jazz events slated for Aug. 17 to 26. Included: product promotion and in-event presence. Cost: $25,000 to $500,000 (title). International Music Factory coordinates. Contact: (212) 691-0045.
Miss America Organization, Atlantic City, N.J., seeks sponsors for its new Miss America Day of Service planned for April 24. Featuring Miss America 1996 Shawntel Smith, former Miss Americas, and current and former state titleholders, the program encompasses local and national school-to-work programs in conjunction with the Washington, D.C.-based Corporation for National Service/Americorps and the National School-to-Work Office. Sponsorship includes in-event presence, merchandising and product promotion. Cost: $2,500 and up. Prescott Healy Co., Chicago, coordinates. Contact: (312) 527-0355.
NCAA Women's Tennis Championships is rallying sponsors for the annual competition among the nation's best college players, slated for May 18 to 26 at Florida State University, Tallahassee. Included: on-site promotion and brand presence, with cable coverage on ESPN. Cost: $1,000 to $7,500. Contact: (904) 644-7291.
Cycle for Children, a 25K bicycle ride set for May 18 in Washington, seeks sponsors for its first annual event to raise funds for homeless, abused and neglected children. Included: in-event presence and participation in a variety of entertainment and activities surrounding the event. Cost: $10,000 to $50,000. Reverie Inc. coordinates. Contact: (202) 797-7201.
Ms. Jamaica SuperClubs Pageant is looking for sponsors for its beauty, fitness and talent show slated for December at one of six SuperClubs resorts in Jamaica. Integrated marketing sponsorship includes participation in four regional final events promoted at health clubs, and fitness and modeling centers throughout the U.S., culminating in the final pageant. Cost: $40,000 to $60,000. Kevin Weaver Fitness Productions, West Palm Beach, Fla., coordinates. Contact: (407) 790-6419.
Kate Fitzgerald coordinates Events & Promotions. Reach us by fax at (312) 649-5331 or e-mail address [email protected]