Seacoast Eat Local provides local business organizations and communities the opportunity to sponsor programming initiatives throughout the year, in return for advertising space and other benefits. Our programs reach many thousands of people across the region through a mix of in-person, digital and print media. Learn more about our programs
E-blasts: 5,800+ subscribers with an open rate of 37.6%, which is above the nonprofit national average of 25.2%
Facebook: 13,109 followers with a reach of 148,349 people in the past year
Instagram: 5,141 followers with a reach of 26,697 people in the past year
Website: 30,421 different visitors in the past year for a total of 64,947 page views
2023-2024 Winter Farmers’ Market Sponsorship Opportunities
We operate summer farmers’ markets in two locations in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire: Rollinsford and Stratham. These markets are open to the public and we accept SNAP/EBT as a payment method at both markets. The markets are made up of a variety of different vendors who sell fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood, eggs, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, value-added foods, hot prepared food, crafts, and body care products. All of our vendors make, grow, harvest, catch, or craft 100% of the products they sell at the market. We also have musicians, nonprofits, and other guests to help make the markets community-oriented and engaging.
For more information, contact Shawn Menard, Executive Director at [email protected]
Thirsty Goblin 5K Sponsorship Opportunities
We invite you to join us in collaboration with Throwback Brewery and High5EM for the 2nd Annual Thirsty Goblin 5K Run and NEW 2 Mile Walk on Halloween Weekend starting and finishing at the Brewery. Hundreds of participants of all ages will participate dressed in their favorite Halloween getup! This event attracts local food, beer, and running enthusiasts from all across the Seacoast Region and beyond. Participants range from young families to runners aged 70+ and everyone in between. Sponsors for the event will benefit from showing support for the work of Seacoast Eat Local and their mission of building bridges between local food producers and consumers.
For more information or to enroll, contact Shawn Menard, Executive Director at [email protected]