Recognizing the need to better connect the business community with the students who fill our colleges and universities, the Moorhead Business Association is hosting an event specifically geared toward making connections between the student population and the business community.
On the evening of Thursday September 7th, the Moorhead Business Association is throwing a party on the First Avenue North bridge located between Moorhead and Fargo. The party will feature games and activities, multiple food trucks and will culminate with a Brat Pack Radio concert on the west end of the bridge.
We hope that you can participate with us for a second year on what we have come to call the BRIDGE BASH!
We are looking for sponsors and would love to add your name to our list. See the link to the sponsorship registration page.
The primary intent of this event is to foster relationships between our incoming student population and you and the rest of the Moorhead business community. We encourage you to consider having a booth that would be geared toward interacting with the students. You know that free stuff is one thing that makes the world go round. Perhaps you could be on hand with promotional items or hold a drawing for a premium prize. We will have food coupons so students can get free food from the many food trucks that will be on hand. Think of this as business after hours for college students and an opportunity for a fun way to interact with students.
Finally, this event will be much more successful if we can count on you or someone from your company that would help us staff the event. We will need help in the morning setting up tables and marking locations for food trucks etc. We will need help during the event welcoming students and encouraging them to be safe and to have fun. At the end of the event we'll be looking for some people to help with the clean up and final details.
Mark your calendars for Thursday September 7th and get ready for an unforgettable evening!
Thank you to our generous event sponsors!
Opening Music Sponsor:
Greater Fargo-Moorhead Economic Development Corporation