Have you seen our TV commercials?

On July 1, 2015, in Media, Sponsors, by cdbforg

Thanks to our media sponsors xfinity/Comcast and KDVR FOX31/KWGN CW2, we’re on both those stations and throughout the Comcast cable lineup with two very creative commercials for this year’s festival. Check ’em out!

KDVR Dragon Boat Festival 2015 :30 from KDVR/KWGN Promotions on Vimeo.

KWGN Dragon Boat Festival 2015 :20 from KDVR/KWGN Promotions on Vimeo.

 

New for 2015: CDBF Cash Cards

On July 1, 2015, in Latest News, by cdbforg

FTS_art_card_dragonboat_festival-LIONThis year, CDBF’s food and beverage vendors are going CASHLESS for your convenience! It’s easy, just load a CDBF card at one of the designated loading stations with cash or your credit card, and then use it to pay for your food or drink!

The card is a special commemorative edition VISA cash card (check out our design above).

You can reload the card during the festival and use the balance anywhere VISA is accepted outside the festival!

People using the CDBF Cash Card will have special access to discount and deals from our vendors, which will be good for 90 days after the festival. Just use your smartphone to scan the QR codes on display during the festival and you’ll see a page with deals provided by our vendors and partners!

 

Have you heard us on the radio?

On June 30, 2015, in Media, by cdbforg

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Our radio sponsors, the stations that are part of the Lincoln Financial Group, are airing commercials for the 15th Annual Colorado Dragon Boat Festival. You can click to hear them right here:

KS 107.5

Sports Radio The Fan

1600 The Zone

Comedy 103.1

Cruisin’ Oldies

Click here to see all our 2015 sponsors!

 

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CDBF needs YOU!

The Colorado Dragon Boat Festival still needs volunteers to help put on the highlight of Denver’s summer festival season. Whether it’s helping to organize the thrilling dragon boat races, or making sure our five stages run smoothly, we rely on your energy and enthusiasm! We’ll hydrate and feed you, and when your shift is done you can enjoy the festival!

Read more here and sign up today!

 

gloria-williams1-smGloria Williams is a constant presence within Colorado’s Filipino and Asian American Pacific Islander communities.

Born in Cebu, The Philippines, Gloria moved to Denver with her husband Calvin in 1984 and worked as an accountant until she retired. She almost immediately connected with the local community when she moved here from Texas. She started volunteering with her church and children’s schools as well as the Filipino American community and then on to the area’s Asian American Pacific Islander organizations.

Read more about Gloria and why she is the 2015 Honorary Chair!