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Newton Fest is excited to announce Trinity Structural Towers has donated $5,000 to this year’s Newton Fest and will be a title sponsor for the community event scheduled for June 8 – 11.
"Trinity Structural Towers was excited to be a part of Newton Fest in 2016. Newton Fest has been a really positive event for the community, and we are excited to once again support this event. We hope our involvement will help make the event even bigger and better for 2017,” said Dylan Ellsworth, Trinity Structural Towers’ plant manager.
Trinity Structural Towers was the title sponsor for the second annual Newton Fest in 2016 and helped to expand the event through the company’s financial support.
"Trinity Structural Towers is once again helping ensure that Newton Fest will be a successful community event and we couldn't be more excited about it," said Jessica Lowe, chair of the Newton Fest committee. “Trinity's support of Newton Fest for the past two years has allowed the event committee to focus on growing the festival and adding great new attractions."
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, Trinity Structural Towers operates some of the largest production capacity facilities for the fabrication of tubular wind towers in North America. With over 200 employees, they are a key employer and partner in the community.
"We are so thankful to have business like Trinity Structural Towers and TPI Composites who see the value and importance of being a community partner,” said Lowe. “I think this year's Newton Fest will be the best year yet thanks to our sponsors."
Additional sponsorships are still available for this year’s Newton Fest. If any local business or organization is interested in a sponsorship they can contact Jessica Lowe at 641-792-1684.
Continue to visit www.newtonfest.org or Get to Know Newton on Facebook for details on this year’s events!
Newton Fest celebrates what is great about our community. From showcasing Red Pride to admiring Newton’s artistic side, the weekend is planned by a group of local citizens and community organizations to provide family-friendly, affordable fun for everyone.