Sponsor Us: Korean Way

WHY SPONSOR US? 
Broad Reach 
KSM and our 40th Annual Korean Festival is a community event that spans beyond the Korean American community in the Howard County Area. The inclusive nature of the event will ensure that your brand and message have an expanded reach into the Asian community and the mainstream market.  It guarantees that your message is not limited to one community as can be the case with a other single-day events.
High Visibility 
 
Our extensive marketing and promotional strategies coupled with strong relations with key partners – organizations, local businesses, media, and cultural communities ensure your brand and message enjoy the highest visibility for months before and after the event.   Last year we had over 17,000 people attend and the majority of those people found us through our social media and website channels.
Growth Opportunity 
 
From a festival to a year long program calendar (included but not limited to: a Golf Tournament and End of The Year Gala) with a combined total of over 17,000 attendees and 500 participants from local and international communities for 2016, The Korean Festival of Maryland has grown in leaps and bounds over the course of 40 years. Our trend is a positive progressive growth in outreach and influence. Your impact will grow with our organization and the market it serves.
 
Community Building 
 
We provide a platform for linkages, dialogues and communications between different communities beyond just the Korean Americans to improve cooperation and understanding.  Help us share the role in promoting unity and solidarity among communities and become recognized as an active, highly visible part of the Howard County community.  Most recently, Korean Society of Maryland contributed heavily with the success of “KOREAN WAY” where state officials designated a five-mile stretch on Route 40 as “Korean Way,” a recognition for the agency, which typically does not designate roads based purely on ethnicity. There are more than 166 Korean-owned businesses in Howard County, according to state data.

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