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Don’t Miss This Fantastic Sponsorship Opportunity!

Sponsors of our exciting Lincoln IMP Trail have been reaping the benefits of their investment from the moment they “signed-up” to play a key role in this forthcoming Summertime attraction – so why not join them?

Date: 1st Feb '20
  • Sponsor an Imp: (l-r)  Wild In Art Managing Director Charlie Langhorne, an Imp Sculpture and Lincoln BIG Chief Executive Sarah Loftus
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Lincoln BIG, which is organising what promises to be the city’s best sculpture trail ever (in association with Wild In Art, The EBP and benefiting charity St Barnabas) has been photographing sponsors with an undecorated Imp.

They have also received sponsors’ certificates.  Their support has been publicised extensively through social media channels and they will also be featured on a new Imp website.

Sponsors have enjoyed these benefits ahead of our chosen artists starting to paint the sculptures this Spring, to give each of them their own identity!

What’s not to like? The Lincoln IMP Trail promises local and visiting families from around the globe lots of fun.

But don’t worry, there’s still time for businesses and organisations, who’d love to be part of it, to get on board.  Don’t miss out, because we have three IMPS still looking for sponsors – to complete our trail of 30 full-sized sculptures.

Lincoln BIG Chief Executive Sarah Loftus said: “Lincoln BIG has earned a great reputation for its much-loved, colourful trails.  The Lincoln Barons’ Charter Trail and The Lincoln Knights’ Trail were runaway successes, but we are going all out to make the Lincoln IMP Trail even bigger, brighter and more far-reaching.

“The Lincoln IMP Trail will offer our sponsors superb exposure, because of what they can do promotionally with their Imp before it is installed in the Trail, and because hundreds of thousands of people from the UK and overseas will be visiting the attraction when it is situ.  We will also be sending out ongoing press stories and posting Imp Trail news on social media channels.”

Businesses and organisations wishing to know more about sponsorship opportunities should contact Sarah Loftus on (01522) 842712.