Business Sponsorship

Promote Your Business While You Support the Arts

Becoming a corporate sponsor of The Concert Singers of Cary can help you…
…Enhance your brand image and market key messages to local audiences
…Build business relationships and promote employee welfare
…Strengthen your firm’s reputation for corporate citizenship by supporting a local cultural organization
…Advance CSC’s efforts to promote a vibrant arts environment across Triangle communities
…Support the ongoing revitalization of downtown Cary
….Inspire and support aspiring musicians by providing them with performance opportunities and musical education

Corporate Sponsor Benefits:

Tier 1: $1000 and up
Concert program full-page ads and inclusion in 2019 program
Sponsorship recognition on the CSC website, including your logo and link to your business website
Reception with CSC Artistic Director Nathan Leaf at all CSC concerts at Cary Arts Center
Two season tickets for each CSC-produced concert – includes two drink tickets for any performances at the Cary Art Center
One-year choir membership for one successfully auditioned employees

Tier 2: $2000 and up
All Tier 1 benefits
Signage in concert venue lobby before and after performances
One reserved parking space for performances at the concerts at Cary Arts Center
Two tickets to two performances not at the Cary Arts Center
One-year choir membership for one additional successfully auditioned employees (total 2)

Tier 3: $5000 and up
All Tier 1 and 2 benefits
Pre-concert announcements about your organization’s support for CSC
Two additional season tickets (total 4 tickets for each CSC-produced concerts) – includes 2 additional drink tickets for any performances at the Cary Art Center
One-year choir membership for two additional successfully auditioned (total 4) employees

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The Concert Singers of Cary Partner Organizations
Cary Arts Center Hear Us Sing
101 Dry Avenue Fuller Blunt Scholarship
Cary, NC 27511 CSC Member Login
(919) 249-6421
Info@concertsingers.org

Some images courtesy of Denny Colvin and Mark Rainey