BRING HOLIDAY SPIRIT TO ORLANDO
Jingle Trees is Orlando’s premier Christmas Tree Decorating Contest with a display of 75 live Christmas trees in Ivanhoe Village Gaston Edwards Park.
Intended to promote community pride -- each tree is sponsored by and decorated by a local corporation, group, or family.
This is non-profit 501(c)3 event
Your sponsorship is tax deductable
Sponsoring a tree is a unique way to market your business, boost employee morale, or just to creatively spread the holiday cheer. Whether your tree is a work of art or is intended to promote your company, this is your opportunity to help create a vibrant and festive Downtown Orlando.
We are excited to recognize Orlando Weekly as a participating partner of Jingle Trees.
Anticipated 25,000+ people strolling through the park will admire your business' tree
Receive Orlando Weekly newspaper and social media recognition.
Decoration Contest will be hosted by Orlando Weekly
Winner of the contest will be featured in an OW business recognition write up
Gold Tree sponsors will be listed on all advertising materials
Business recognition on Jingle Tree website
Individual tree stand with business name and logo displayed.
QR code provided by OW for decorating contest.
and much more...
WHO ORGANIZES THE EVENT?
Jingle Trees was founded by Katerina Fedotova, as a project of The Russian Ballet, an organization whose mission is to encourage… support… and promote the cultural and performing arts in
Orlando Weekly is the presenting partner of Jingle Trees and will be hosting the event and the competition portion throughout the Season.
Proceeds from the Jingle Trees will promote Russian Ballet, which is a 501(c)3 organization that promotes our children’s performing arts efforts by funding theater programs.
By participating in Jingle Trees, you are helping to improve Central Florida children’s quality of life by providing opportunities for young people of all abilities to dance ballet, study theater and most importantly… performing up on stage!
Sponsored in part by The Awesome Foundation