Sponsors & Friends
Thank you to all our sponsors!
Without the support of these businesses, it would be very difficult to give you the Maple Experience you will have by coming to the Vermont Maple Festival. We are proudly supported by the best!
Click here to download Sponsorship Letter (PDF)
Click here to download Sponsor Contract & Benefits (PDF)
123 South Main St.
St. Albans VT 05478
O.C. McCuin & Sons
Serving Farm & Home Since 1920
Highgate Center VT 05459
9 St Armand RD
Highgate Center, VT 05459
2 North Main St. St. Albans VT
Mountain View Auto Body & Sign Shop
2430 Duffy Hill Rd
Enosburg Falls, VT 05450
TDH Septic Design, LLC
2 Champlain Commons
St. Albans VT 802-524-4460
Hickok & Boardman Insurance Group
Six offices in Vermont & NY
112 N Main Street, #101
St Albans, VT 05478
Branon Family Maple Orchards
Quality Maple Syrup & Value Added Products
539 Branon Road Fairfield VT
Vermont Maple Festival
PO Box 255
St. Albans VT 05478
Thank You to the Media
The Maple Festival is a large, statewide event which could not exist without the support of Sponsors and Friends who financially help to keep many of the Festival's activities free of charge three days full of fun, activities, and learning, all centered around the theme of Maple Vermont's signature product! In return, the website and media attention provided by the Festival create exposure for sponsors, drawing the attention of festival-goers to supporting businesses and organizations.
Your sponsorship will join with the efforts of volunteers who devote thousands of hours from one April to the next to make the Maple Festival a splendid success that it has been for 5 decades. Help to provide the springtime fun that is the Vermont Maple Festival and showcase your business or organization at the same time!
Questions? Contact Cecile Branon firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet Mascot Marty Maple!
In the early years of the Vermont Maple Festival, sometime after its beginning in 1967, a Festival Mascot was created – Marty Maple. He appeared in his sugarmaker red plaid jacket and green wool pants, at the annual event, and was replicated on wooden statues as an award to outgoing chairpersons of the Festival.
Over the years, the original Marty was lost, and all that remained were two of the old wooden awards, kindly loaned to the Festival by families of the recipients.
A fullsize Marty was brought back to life in 2013, and now welcomes visitors to the Festival in locations around the grounds.
You can find him outside the Exhibit Hall, in Taylor Park, and photoop versions elsewhere with cutouts for a real live face.