Thank you very much for your interest in supporting #TrolleyTrailDay on Saturday June 13, 2020!

The Trolley Trail is a 3.5 mile long trail that links the downtowns and commercial areas of three Baltimore Avenue Corridor communities and serves as a connection to the larger region’s trail network, linking us with the District of Columbia and other jurisdictions. As a recreational and transportation asset – it can also become even more of an economic driver than it is today. We envision that a fun “Trolley Trail Day” will boost the trail’s profile, make more people aware of the many businesses accessible from the trail, and bring more customers to local establishments: our restaurants, breweries, and shops.

We would love your involvement!

Participating Businesses. To be a participating business, we seek businesses that will provide something of value for Trolley Trail Day – a discount, a food sample, a particular drink special, a monetary donation, a program/event, etc. Brochures and materials will list all “participating businesses.”  T-shirts will display names and logos of businesses that contribute at least a $250 monetary or in-kind donation.

Trolley: At least $2,500 monetary or in-kind donation
Tandem Bicycle: At least $1,000 monetary or in-kind donation
Bicycle: At least $500 monetary or in-kind donation
Tricycle: At least $250 monetary or in-kind donation
Stroller: At least $100 monetary or in-kind donation

Individual Donors. Your donation to Trolley Trail Day will help fuel our success in 2020, from additional promotion to extra swag. Thank you for your consideration of a donation. All individual donors will be recognized. All donations are tax-deductible.

To be recognized on t-shirts or materials, please submit your sponsorship or donation information by April 1, 2020.

 

Note: You may also send a check made out to College Park City-University Partnership, at 8400 Baltimore Avenue, Suite 375, College Park MD 20740. Please note: “Trolley Trail Day” on the check. Please send the check attention Eric Olson.

Please contact Valerie Woodall at vwoodall@collegeparkpartnership.org or (845) 649-2477 if you have any questions or would like to discuss.

Community development groups (the College Park City-University Partnership, Hyattsville CDC, and Maryland Milestones/Anacostia Trails Heritage Area Inc.), local governments, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and nonprofit organizations are working together to plan a day of activities to highlight and celebrate our much-loved Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail that connects College Park, Riverdale Park, and Hyattsville.

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