Saturday, September 30, 2017 on the 2900 block of Devine Street from Noon – 7 PM

2017 Sponsor Information

The Palmetto Peanut Boil needs your support! Your contribution will help us put on a successful event, with all proceeds supporting local charities.
For additional information or to confirm your role as a sponsor, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Please Note:

  • To claim your spot on marketing materials, logos must be received at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. along with your donation by 9/1/17.
  • Sponsor Room includes food, beverages, TV and restrooms.

Use the button below to submit your sponsorship. Please us the notes section of PayPal to indicate if your would like to be acknowledged as an individual or corporation. If you are a company, please forward your logo to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

You may mail a check to Palmetto Peanut Boil, c/o Animal Mission, 27 Humane Lane, Columbia, SC 29209. Please indicate your sponsorship lever and email address on your check.

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

PLATINUM: $1500

  • 15 VIP bracelets to the Sponsor Room
  • Name on banner and logo on website and all advertising/ marketing materials
  • Thank you announcement from the stage

GOLD: $750

  • 8 VIP bracelets to the Sponsor Room
  • Name on banner and logo on website and all advertising/marketing materials

SILVER: $250

  • 4 VIP bracelets to the Sponsor Room
  • Logo on website and advertising/marketing materials

FRIENDS AND FAMILY: $100

  • Our undying love and devotion

About the Palmetto Peanut Boil

One sunny fall day in 2008, friends Jim Mishoe and Brent Davis were boiling peanuts, and founding themselves in a heated discussion about the best way to enjoy the southern delicacy. From the type of peanut used, to the method of cooking, and the ingredients used for flavor, the two did not see eye to eye. So they decided to create a little friendly competition to see just who had the best recipe. Friends soon joined in, and the Palmetto Peanut Boil was born. Once word got out, Mishoe and Davis realized that the popularity of this salty snack could be used to make a real difference in their community. Along the way, the Palmetto Peanut Boil has taken on a more significant role than the two founders could have ever imagined that day. Following the passing of his nephew, Nathan Miller, Mishoe decided to commit to organizing the event each year as a fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House Charities, which had supported his family through their difficult time. Later, when Davis passed away in a car accident in 2010, Mishoe and friends came together to continue the tradition in their friend’s memory. Over the course of the next five years, the Boil raised more than $25,000 for charity, and then in 2015 expanded its horizons to partner with The Animal Mission as well. As a charitable, non-profit organization established to improve the safety and quality of life for Midlands’ animals, the Animal Mission offers free spay/neuter vouchers to all residents of the City of Columbia and Richland County, and has successfully reduced animal intake at the Columbia Animal Shelter by 46% in the past 8 years, while improving the live release rate significantly. Through the efforts of the Animal Mission and its supporters, the city shelter is on track to achieve its goal of a making the Midlands a No-Kill Community by 2018. Now, celebrating its 10th year, the Palmetto Peanut Boil remains a family-friendly, service oriented competition with all proceeds from peanut sales and concessions going directly to charity. The funds raised for The Animal Mission and Ronald McDonald House Charities have a direct impact on our local community, and through these organizations, Nathan Miller and Brent Davis’s legacies continue to live and serve.

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