This year, Save The Bay invited people from all nine Bay Area counties to celebrate the 7th annual Bay Day. From September 2 – October 1, participants completed the 30-Mile Challenge and Bay Activity Challenge to explore our region. Take a look back at our achievements from this year’s Bay Day celebration.
Top 3 Travel Methods
Top 3 Activities
The greatest number of activities done by 1 participant was 115, with over 100 Outdoor Learning Online lessons completed!
$117,500 raised by…
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Top 3 Sponsor Employee Teams By Mileage
10,556 Miles Traveled
346 Miles Traveled
335 Miles Traveled
Top 3 Sponsor Employee Teams By Activities
60 Activities Completed
42 Activities Completed
10 Activities Completed
Media Outlets Ran Advertisement
Online Impressions of Bay Day Content
Clicks Across Advertising Channels
People from Save The Bay’s List Received 8 Emails
Likes on Save The Bay’s Bay Day Instagram Posts
Unique Page Views on the Bay Day Website
Participants who posted about their Bay Day adventures on Instagram were entered into a weekly raffle to win gift cards, and in one instance, tickets to a Jack Johnson concert.
Bay Day is a good opportunity to explore and discover more about our community and the Bay Area in such a positive and healthy way. Meanwhile, I joined our company group and completed part of the challenges with my colleagues. We all enjoyed a great time with each other during the walk.
I so enjoyed the Santa Clara to Mountain View Shoreline bike ride that took me and my husband through the Baylands trails. I hadn’t done that before and it was so perfect.
Interested in sponsoring Bay Day 2023? Contact Charlie Onorati at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.