The Panhandle Parks Foundation partners with the City of Coeur d’Alene for naming rights opportunities
Panhandle Parks Foundation partners with the City of Coeur d’ Alene to provide naming opportunities in McEuen Park.
Coeur d’Alene, ID October 31, 2013 – The Panhandle Parks Foundation announced its partnership with the City of Coeur d’ Alene Parks Department to advertise, market and negotiate sponsorships and naming opportunities for McEuen Park. This partnership allows the City of Coeur d’ Alene to reach out to new sponsorship opportunities, and provide a valuable tax deduction to the donors. In addition, it offers a chance for them to learn more about the Panhandle Parks Foundation and the role they play in our community said Parks Director, Bill Greenwood.
Information regarding opportunities at McEuen Park , as well as amenity opportunities in other Coeur d’ Alene parks, can be found on the Panhandle Parks Foundations website at http://www.panhandleparksfoundation.org.
About the Foundation
The Panhandle Parks Foundation is dedicated to enhancing healthy and vibrant communities by facilitating acquisition, support and preservation of parks, open space and recreational facilities in North Idaho. We are an independent non-profit organization established for the purpose of acquiring park land, holding property for parks and accruing funds for the development of future parks.
The Panhandle Park Foundation is managed by an eight member board made up of local citizens who value our regions natural beauty and want to preserve it for generations to come. Our Foundation directors are made up of members from our communities who volunteer their time and talents for the enhancement of our parks. Our directors work directly with people interested in donating land for preservation and parks, and call on our partners to aid us in completing these opportunities. The foundation has staff to manage administrative, communication and marketing responsibilities.