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Sat, May 18 - Sun, May 19 2019

4th Annual Cooper Young Garden Walk 2019,

Memphis, Tennessee, United States Memphis, Tennessee, United States
2 Sponsors Confirmed
Eclectic Eye
State Farm - Steve Womack

  • About the event

    Our Garden Walk visitors will discover:

    • Self-guided tour of 80+ gardens showcasing farming, formal chic, and cottage style

    • Edibles, Herbs, Native Plants, and Flowers of all kinds

    • Free range chickens, beehives, water features, she-sheds and funky art.

    • Educational booth + vendor opportunities

    • Local Plant Experts and demo gardens

    • 25+ Local restaurants/shops promoting the event to their customers

    • Free shuttle bus service + guided bike tour

    Why should you sponsor?

    Is your brand ready to educate and engage an eager audience looking for solutions to their garden problems? Then sponsor our annual Cooper-Young Garden Walk, May 18-19, 2019, for a unique brand building and advertising opportunity, reaching:

    • 55,000+ weekly visitors to our neighborhood

    • 1,900+ neighborhood homes and businesses

    • Hundreds of garden walk attendees looking for inspiration and new ideas.

      Our Cooper-Young Garden Walk is a walkable tour of 80+ diverse, creative gardens and green businesses highlighting urban gardening by novices, sophisticated gardeners and stylish landscapers. Visitors will see free-range chickens, beehives, funky art, fountains, she-sheds, artist studios, composting, and great design. Our fun-filled weekend includes garden demos, speakers, educational booths, artist studios, art vendors, and a guided bike tour. The goal is to inspire gardeners, no matter their skill to beautify their gardens and their neighborhoods. Your sponsorship helps your customers find you.

      We're excited this year to be partnering with the Memphis Travel Bureau for increased exposure and promotion of the walk. Memphis Travel listed us at #79 on the "200 Reasons to Visit Memphis in 2019". https://www.memphistravel.com/200-reasons-visit-memphis-2019

      Every year, we add new features to our walk. This year, we offer:

    • Frame-able Garden Walk Map highlighting our Sponsors, CY icons, + gardens

    • Porch Staging by Bee Inspired Staging, LLC, http://beeinspiredstaging.com/en/

    • Mini Talks: Edible Flowers, Fermentation, Herbal Teas, Growing Micro-greens, aquaponics, and container gardening.

    • Demo gardens highlighting garden trends for 2019

    • Classic Car Show for the guys

    • New Garden Walk T-shirt

      Present + Past media coverage commitments include: Memphis Travel Bureau, WKNO Kacky Walton, Memphis Magazine, Lamplighter, Midtown Living Magazine, Tennessee Gardener Magazine, Morning Show Ch 24, Ch 5 Weekend Edition, Commercial Appeal, Choose901, Ilovememphis.com, and Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs, to name a few.


    Kim Halyak

    I'm a retired school teacher of 34 years and a lifelong gardener. My garden affiliations include GardenComm (Garden Communicators), Garden Bloggers Group, Member Memphis Horticulture Society, Cooper-Young Garden Club, Kennedy View Garden Club, and Recording Sec., District 1-TN Fed. Garden Clubs.

    Did you know that Garden Tourism yearly in the US exceeds the number of tourists going to Disney World, Disney Land or Las Vegas?  People are hungry for the great outdoors even as we become more tethered to our indoor screens.  Garden Walks are a powerful catalyst for neighborhood beautification and pride. Every year, more homeowners opt to showcase their garden efforts and inspire others to go home and do the same.  Garden Walks are a potent venue for showing off new garden trends, plants, and equipment. They inspire visitors of all ages to go outdoors and remake their spaces as sanctuaries for people, plants, and pollinators.

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  • 501-1000 attendees expected


    29% Male Attendees


    71% Female Attendees

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