Red, White & BOOM! has been a community partner for over 40 years attracting more than 400,000 visitors to downtown Columbus to celebrate our country and the freedoms we have as Americans. BOOM! promotes civic pride. Sponsor BOOM! and be a part of an event that contributes to our region's quality of life and reflects a positive image of Columbus, Ohio to the world.
BOOM! can help your brand hit the bulls-eye of your marketing goals! There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available with options to customize at each level of commitment.Learn more
BOOM! generates an estimated $15 million dollars in economic impact.
Boom! brings more than 400,000 visitors to downtown Columbus.
Boom! employs more than 3,000 people each year.
Boom! spans 2.5 square miles of Downtown Columbus
Thousands of viewers, listeners, visitors, subscribers, and followers - NBC4, WNCI 97.9, RedWhiteandBoom.org, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram - to share your brand with.
BOOM! sponsorship asset valuation far exceeds the sponsorship investment. BOOM! and our media partners consistently deliver over and above our contractual obligations.
BOOM! is a reflection of our diverse community. BOOM! fans are old and young, millennials and Baby Boomers, ethnically diverse and gender equal.
Red, White & BOOM! is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a volunteer board of directors AND 92% of Red, White & BOOM! funds are provided by event operations and sponsors. Without our incredible sponsors wouldn't be the premier event BOOM! is known to be. We would love to see your brand in mix.
Our sponsorship guys, Mark and Trey, would love to schedule a presentation to customize an opportunity for you and your business. Let us know by submitting your email address and we will connect with you to schedule. Coffee (or drink of choice) is on us!
NBC4 delivered in excess of $208,000 in promotional media value.
WNCI 97.9 Delivered in excess of $111,000 in promotional media value.
BOOM! Comscore Ratings:
Broadcast 14.9/28 from 9-11 p.m. reaching an average of 132,000 HHS
Fireworks 25.0/45 from 10-10:30 p.m. reaching an average of 225,000 HHS