Looking to send a group of campers this summer? Or wanting to tell your neighborhood families about Cosby?
Host a Hometown Rally!
What is that, you’re wondering?! Perfect, because we have the answers!
A Hometown Rally is a joint effort between a camp family (new or returning) and Cosby staff to help tell new potential camp families about Camp.
Usually hosted at a home (or church, community center, country clubhouse), a Hometown Rally can be held anytime of day. Many are held in early evening later in the week.
A Cosby representative attends to give a presentation and answer any questions. Rallies are very informal,and Camp Cosby does provide snacks (fruit and veggies trays, dip, cookies).
So, what do you have to do?
Set a date and place, invite people, and provide drinks to go along with the snacks!
Many Hometown Rallies are only the parents (some families have gotten together and hired babysitters or their older children to watch the all of the younger children). This way Mom or Mom and Dad can have all of their questions answered! The Camp representative will stay until the very last question is answered.
However, if the families decide to have the children attend, we will bring our some of our camp DVD’s from previous sessions for them to watch. This can occur while the parents’ Q&A is happening!
With everything the hostess (or host) does to help spread the word about Cosby, we love to show our gratitude to them! Incentives range from a free store fee all the way up to a free week of camp.
Have more questions? Want to set up a Rally?
Call the camp office (1-800-85-COSBY) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hope to come visit you soon!