A promotional video has been created for this years Air Festival website which organisers hope will give potential sponsors a visual insight into the opportunities available at this high profile event.
Produced by airshow supporter Alan O’Neil, the video which features flying displays and highlights the area, has a script voiced by former local TV presenter Clare Weller.
Managing Director Paul Bayfield said “this video is a very welcome addition to the airshow marketing plan. Sadly we have been unable to gain a main sponsor for this year’s festival so we hope that the video will lead to the more people becoming aware of various business opportunities that we can offer.”
He added “this year we are also launching a new initiative by giving away an event programme to our visitors in return for a minimum £3.00 entrance donation fee. Included inside each programmes will be four pages of money-saving redeemable vouchers which we believe will appeal to both our visitors and to our business supporters”.
Another innovation at this year’s Lowestoft Air Festival is an exciting collaboration between the East Anglian Air Ambulance and the Airshow at the Gala Dinner Dance.
Organisers Trisha Bayfield and Jenny Mills said ”we have teamed up with the Air Ambulance and will be able to show appreciation to them by making a donation from all ticket sales, the raffle and auction.
The gala dinner dance is a superb evening out and takes place at the Hotel Victoria, Lowestoft on Saturday evening 23rd June 2012, the first evening of the weekend air festival. The black tie party includes a superb 4-course dinner, dancing to a live band, and a charity auction with the chance to win some fantastic raffle prizes including some that money can’t buy.”
Demand for tickets costing £50 each is expected to be high so early booking is essential. Daytime VIP lunch and viewing deals are also available. Tickets can be obtained by calling 01502 587027.
For more information about this years Airshow visit www.lowestoftairfestival.co.uk