Festival arranged to highlight Brighton business

July 20, 2013 by  

The 37th annual Brighton Jubilee Festival is taking place in Brooklyn this August.

The festival, which is a presentation of the Brighton Neighborhood Association, usually attracts about 125,000 visitors to the area every year. Several streets are closed to traffic in the area and vendors of all types will be selling their wares. In addition, there will be plenty of children’s activities and other entertainment for people of all ages.

The Brighton event will be a great opportunity for local businesses in the Brighton area to make themselves known to the greater Brooklyn and New York City community. It might also allow them to make connections with their fellow business peers.

Artisans will be able to showcase their artwork and will possibly develop new working relationships with local businesses and members of the public. No doubt various community organizations will also be on hand to promote their services to residents as well, providing a positive outcome for everyone who takes part.

Sponsorships of the event are still available for local businesses, which will be given vendor space and will be mentioned in all print advertising.

Organizers are likely working with Brooklyn print companies to help produce print advertising such as posters and flyers to be distributed throughout the community.

The Brighton Jubilee Festival will be held on August 25 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. For more information about the event, or to become a vendor or sponsor there, contact Pat Singer at 718-891-0800.

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