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Advertising Opportunity at the Seasonal Ashland Rotary Centennial Ice Rink

Ashland Parks & Recreation Commission (APRC) has a new advertising opportunity at the Ice Rink photo courtesy Jim Chamberlainseasonal Ashland Rotary Centennial Ice Rink in Lithia Park. This is a great chance for businesses to reach families in the Rogue Valley by displaying their logo or ad on the dasher boards at the rink.
The Ashland Rotary Centennial Ice Rink is located at 95 Winburn Way, at the corner of Winburn and Nutley St. The rink is open mid-November through the end of February.
The rink has become an increasingly popular venue, boosting total visits to the rink from approximately 13,000 in the 2012-13 season to over 20,000 patrons in 2016-17; these estimates do not include the number of passersby that are drawn to the rink, during open and closed times, due to its convenient location within Ashland’s beloved Lithia Park. During November and December the ice rink is a crowd-pleaser for people wishing to experience the holiday season in a family-friendly setting.
The 2017-18 season is almost upon us… The deadline to reserve ad space for the upcoming season is Tuesday, October 10. Complete details are available by contacting Lonny Flora at 541.552.2250 or email Advertising space is limited. Ads are subject to approval by APRC staff.
Learn more about the ice rink at “We hope you can experience one of the most magical places in Ashland… that little outdoor rink in beautiful Lithia Park, where the air is fresh, the white lights are twinkling and the music blends with the sounds of nature and blades on the ice… Let’s skate!”

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