Corporate Partnerships and Development
We know not everyone has the marketing budget of a Fortune 100 company. That's why we have levels of partnerships that can meet a variety of budgets, and develop programs that serve the community in which we live and work.
For example, if you are interested in B2B programs, we can work with you to tap into our Business Licenses process through offers to businesses; seminars at City facilities targeted to educate potential customers of your product or services; exposure on the website section most relevant to your business and more.
If you are interested in reaching the consumer, we can match up your business and mission to a program or service that makes the most sense. There are several opportunities to reach consumers through sampling, product demonstrations, branding and event tie-ins that can be incorporated in current City programs.
Our Parks and Recreation program consists of almost 40,000 acres of park land and open space, 55 recreation centers and 2 visitor centers that provide programs, activities, and events throughout the year to all ages, abilities and income levels. Programs such as Learn to Swim are instrumental in preventing tragic drowning accidents and can be a great community outreach opportunity. Our 15 leash free dog parks are great venues to reach dog owners. Our Senior Services program provides dances, trips and events to more than 20,000 seniors and the Senior Lounge in Balboa Park hosts over 2,000 guests each month - a niche advertising opportunity for a product or service targeting this demographic. We have a storm water pollution prevention program that conducts outreach at SD Fairgrounds, the beaches, and other local events with premium giveaways and a media campaign that backs up the message which might align with a company's objectives of being "green".
We can custom create programs if they are a fit for your business and the City and encourage you to suggest additional business and marketing benefits that will also achieve your marketing goals and objectives in San Diego.