SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - Jul 29, 2015) - Sack Lunch Productions, Inc. (OTC PINK: SAKL) is pleased to report that Slide the City LLC and/or its franchisees have obtained some very well-known sponsors and will continue efforts to obtain sponsors.

Richard Surber, CEO of SAKL, noted, "Our event management team estimates that as many as 2M people comprised of spectators and participants will see Slide the City™ in action on a worldwide basis in 2015 alone. Our Facebook properties will soon be approaching 500,000 followers with millions of views. The depth and breadth of the fan fair our events are receiving is the reason we anticipate that sponsorships will comprise a substantial portion of our revenues."

Our Asian franchisees have done an excellent job at procuring co-sponsors such as Sprite, Sony, Hong Kong Airlines, Watson Waters, and several other well-known companies. Check out this great video filmed at Toyko's first Slide the City™ event.

We have several other sponsors domestically and internationally that we are currently working with. If you or your company would like to learn more about sponsorship opportunities please contact us at

About Sack Lunch Productions, Inc.:
Sack Lunch Productions, Inc. (OTC PINK: SAKL), is an entertainment company with operations that include: event management, film production and distribution services. SAKL's wholly owned subsidiary WG Productions Company holds a majority interest in Slide the City, LLC and The Lantern Fest, LLC. SAKL also holds a majority interest in Green Endeavors, Inc. (OTC PINK: GRNE). Learn more about SAKL's operations at,, and SAKL's new website can be viewed at

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