Celebrating our 16th season of bringing local farmers and the community together! With over 55 unique vendors, live entertainment, community information, kid’s activities and more, this is the place to be in Renton.
These sponsors directly support the 2017 Renton Farmers Market and help us continue to provide locally-grown, healthy foods to the community.
Why Sponsor the Renton Farmers Market?
- Promote your business directly to a dedicated customer base
- Shoppers come from all areas of Renton, Tukwila, Kent, Bellevue and Seattle
- Show your support for the community and local farmers!
Sponsorship Opportunities 2017
Download the Information Packet and Application Form
2017 Marketing to include:
- Posters – over 300 distributed to local businesses
- Schedule of Events flyers – thousands printed and distributed at local businesses and events
- Two websites – www.rentonfarmersmarket.com and Farmers Market page on City of Renton website
- Social Media including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, weekly emails
- Local radio and newspaper advertising
- City of Renton “What’s Happening” guide – summer and fall advertisements. Over 57,000 mailed out and available to public
- Puget Sound Fresh Guide – over 100,000 distributed in Western Washington
- Season-long signage at major Renton roadways, including electronic billboard at State Route 169 (in view of over 43,000 cars per day)
The Renton Farmers Market is a collaborative effort of Piazza Renton and the City of Renton, with support from private sponsors and community contributions. The Market is a member of the Washington State Farmers Market Association, and Puget Sound Fresh. For more information about the Renton Farmers Market, call 425.430.7214.
Huge thanks to our Green Day Sponsor:
Fifty amazing years and counting
The year was 1962-the World's Fair was in Seattle, but across town in White Center, Frank Tonkin Sr. opened something equally (okay, almost) as impressive-his first Taco Time restaurant. Fifty years later, the same family and the same passion for fresh, delicious Mexican food still guides us. We're proud to be a Northwest institution (and Renton community members!), and we look forward to the next 50 years and beyond.
Meet the locals
We've been sourcing local since long before it was the popular thing to do. In fact, many of our ingredients come from Washington State. Our beef, pinto beans, and Mexi-Fries™, all local. Our Cheddar cheese even comes from a little Washington town called Sunnyside (seriously-we couldn't make this stuff up).
Clean, green, delicious
As a local, Northwest company, (and concerned inhabitants of this lovely planet we all live on) we think reducing our footprint is pretty darn important. That's why we've made a healthy investment in compostable packaging-we even challenged our suppliers to see what new ideas we can develop to help keep those landfills, well...unfull. It's also why we source many of our ingredients from Washington state, supporting local merchants and making sure our food doesn't travel much farther than you do. So please enjoy. Compost and recycle. Thanks.
Are you from around here?
If you are, you know what it's like to be a proud Northwest native. (If you're not, welcome! You'll be one of us in no time.) As a local, family-owned and operated company, we make it a priority to give back to the Northwest communities where our guests and employees live and work. Through our fundraising efforts, we're honored to have donated nearly $2 million to over 600 different charities in Western Washington over the past decade. And that's just a start. Thanks to our loyal guests for being part of it all.
Plum Tree Park Apartments - June 13
Plum Tree Park apartment homes is located in Renton, WA, just minutes from all that Seattle, Bellevue and Kirkland offers, with easy access to I-5, I-405 and Highway 167. They are conveniently located within walking distance to Fred Meyer, Safeway and the Renton Farmers Market!
Call or stop by today to take a tour:
Plum Tree Park Apartments
200 SW 5th Place, office #A104, Renton, WA 98057
Renton Reporter - September 27
The Renton Reporter, with a circulation of about 26,000, is delivered weekly, free of charge, to homes throughout the city. Along with home delivery, copies of the Renton Reporter can be found at locations all over town. In addition to paper copies, Renton Reporter posts a green edition and you can read week online; or sign up for one of their newsletters and stay on top of local news delivered right to your inbox!
We appreciate the support and coverage that Renton Reporter has given the Renton Farmers Market for 15 years!
King Conservation District - September 20th
The King Conservation District (King CD) is a natural resources assistance agency authorized by Washington State and guided by the Washington State Conservation Commission. Our mission is to promote the sustainable use of natural resources through responsible stewardship. A five-member Board of Supervisors is responsible for all District programs and activities.
Since 1949, the King CD has been helping the people of King County manage their natural resources. We educate landowners, schools, scientists, consultants and agencies in how to recognize problem situations and how to avoid creating them. We also provide technical assistance in solving their problems.
We promote conservation through demonstration projects, educational events, providing technical assistance and, in some cases, providing or pointing the way to funds which may be available for projects. The King CD has no regulatory or enforcement authority. We only work with those who choose to work with us.
All landowners within the District boundaries are entitled to free information and technical assistance for water quality protection, wildlife habitat enhancement, farm management plans, soil and slope stability information, native plant products, manure exchange information, volunteer opportunities, stream restoration/enhancement assistance and many other natural resource topics.
Call, write or stop by our office at:
1107 SW Grady Way, Suite 130
Renton, WA 98057
Phone (425) 282-1900
Email the King Conservation District
The King Conservation District office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Farm King County is a one-stop web-based resource that connects local farmers to services, information, and technical resources that make it easier to farm and grow farm businesses in King County.
Farm King County contains locally relevant technical resources on a wide range of farm and farm business concerns, including:
- Planning tools and financial resources to grow your farm business;
- Information to know before you buy, lease, or build on land;
- Assistance on crops, livestock, and soil fertility;
- Guides and videos to help you meet market requirements;
- Maps and data valuable for farm and business planning; and
- Foreign language resources for non-English speakers.
In addition to the web-based directory of resources, Farm King County also offers a network of technical experts that are available to answer questions, assist in navigating the directory, and connect users to organizations and service providers that can provide additional support.
Learn more by visiting the website FarmKingCounty.org.
If you have additional questions email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 206-263-8500.
Thank you to our Friend of the Market, Plum Tree Park Apartments, located at 200 SW 5th Place in Renton. Just minutes from all that Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland (and the Renton Farmers Market!) offers, with easy access to I-5, I-405 and Highway 167, and walking distance to Fred Meyer, Safeway and the Renton Transit Center and downtown Renton! Call or stop by today to take a tour at (425) 228-7166.
Community Amenities Include:
- 24 Hour Emergency Maintenance
- 24-Hour Availability
- Fitness Center
- High Speed Internet Available
- Near Public Transit
- Night Patrol
- On-site Maintenance and Management
- Package Receiving
- Pool/Sauna/Spa/Hot Tub
- Short Term Lease
- Furniture Rentals Available via CORT