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Akron Blind Center, Inc.

White Cane Walk

The countdown has begun for you to participate in our signature event to be held October 7, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Canal Park Baseball Stadium.

About Your Day

Service animals especially come with a variety of benefits and help in many ways.  They give a blind
             person more confidence, friendship, and security.  Blind people who use service animals have increased
             confidence in going about day-to-day life and are comforted by a constant friend.

White Cane Walk

Our White Cane Walk is only one of many challenges that await you on a day filled with fun, age-related contests, games, prizes, demonstrations, giving and food, at the showcase of downtown- Canal Park Baseball Stadium! You will have an opportunity to experience on a temporary basis what it is like to get around in a world without sight. There will be pilot dog demonstrations, incredible music, surprises and activities. Admission is free!

Sponsors

Our wonderful sponsors have an option of having a booth set up and banner presence. It will be marketed through Rubber Ducks media resources, Rubber City News stations, the scoreboard at the event and many marketing and media sources, including on-sight radio-style broadcasting.

Corporate sponsorship is layered in tiers, depending upon the support offered. Platinum and Diamond level sponsorship enjoy greatest marketing volume before and at the event, choice of kiosk positioning and a sponsor award.

For further sponsor information, phone (330) 396-0425

The "Platinum" level is a monetary pledge of $2500 or more.

The "Diamond" level is for $1000 to $2499.

The "Gold" level is for $500 to $999.

The "Silver" level is for $100 to $499.

Partners

Akron Minority Business Association

Akron Police Department

Alpha Phi Alpha Homes, Inc.

Delta Gamma Sorority

Downtown Akron Partnership

Greenleaf Family Center

Lions Club International

Northern Ohio Golf Charities Foundation

Prevent Blindness

Summit County Public Health

Our Members
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