08:31AM, Sunday 07 July 2013
Businesses have the chance to make their big screen debut by sponsoring the town's outdoor cinema event.
Maidenhead at the Movies will return to Kidwells Park from Thursday, August 15 until Sunday, August 18.
The free film festival, the first of which was in 2008, is back after proving a huge success in previous years with hundreds turning up to watch films each day.
The event gives the opportunity for organisations to sponsor the films and the popcorn in addition to various other advertising platforms.
In 2011, the event was close to being called off as sponsors did not step forward until the last minute
Steph James, Maidenhead town manager said: “Maidenhead at the Movies is a fantastic event and it is only possible through support from businesses.
"Sponsors have already pledged support for the event but we are only halfway with funding the event meaning more businesses are needed to get involved."
Last year, Maidenhead at the Movies did not run due to the screen in the park showing the Olympics.
Contact Steph James on 01628 796128 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your business involved.
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