Don't Miss Trunk, Tumble & Treat 2021
Saturday, October 30
Eau Claire 12:00-2:00
What is Trunk, Tumble & Treat?
Trunk or Treat is an event where businesses and organizations will decorate the trunk of their vehicle. They will provide a small game or activity the children participate in that results in a piece of candy. This is a great event to attend with children of all ages. Trunk or Treat makes it about more than just the candy as they participate in fun activities throughout the night!
Is There A Cost To Be A Vendor?
To be a vendor is free!
How Many Can We Plan To Attend the Event?
While this is our second annual Trunk-or-Treat for Eau Claire and our first for Menomonie, our large-scale events normally have a very large turnout. This event will be marketed through:
Our email marketing base to approximately 4,000 families
Our internal members through flyers, table tents, announcement TVs, etc.
Local community Facebook groups
Paid Facebook advertisements
Flyers at each of the participating businesses
EXA Sports Facebook and Instagram (more than 5,000 combined followers)
Based on the marketing plan, we can anticipate upwards of 400 families per location.
How Can I Promote My Event?
Unfortunately many businesses and community organizations lost opportunities at local festivals due to Covid so this is the perfect way to promote your business while providing a fun service to the community.
Hang your business banner on your vehicle
Hand out promotional items along with candy
Meet the people of the community and get to know them
How Are You Promoting Safety At The Event?
We thought this would be the perfect year to bring back the Trunk or Treating we had in our Eau Claire community for so many years and for the first time in Menomonie! This outdoor event will offer social distancing as we space out the cars and trunks. Vendors will be asked to have hand sanitizer on hand and sanitize any commonly used items within their trunk (ie: hula hoops, balls, etc.)
Will There Be Electricity Available?
Unfortunately EXA is unable to provide electricity but gas powered generators are welcome!