Dear Community Partner:
Our Playbill/Season Brochure will again be our traditionally sized program, 5.5” by 8.5” to help us distribute more of them at every event and performance we offer. It will again contain fun, informative articles about Hubbard Hall and the history of our community, guaranteed to reach a larger audience and be looked at again and again. This season approximately 8,000 participants have seen the brochure and recognized the generosity of you, our partner, helping your company gain the recognition and business it deserves in our community. This year we will feature more articles about current offerings and other businesses found in and around our region, as well as a village map, making this an invaluable resource guide for residents and visitors alike.
Benefits this year also include: Free performance tickets, an opportunity for an employee of yours (or for us, if you prefer) to speak at the top of a performance or event about your company’s community support, further highlighting of your support in public schools in workshops and at public events. Through the links below, you will be able to download our ad contract, which shows all of the available ad sizes and prices, as well as more information on Hubbard Hall for All and In-School Programming support levels and company benefits. Hubbard Hall is the largest and oldest arts nonprofit in Washington County, having contributed millions of dollars in activity and thousands of jobs for the local economy since 1977.
The Playbill is again being designed by Sara Kelly Graphics. We can offer ad design for free – let us know if you’d like to take advantage of this. Even better, if you were in our Playbill last year, we can re-use the same ad design for you if you prefer.
SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE BY MAY 12TH, 2017
Click here to see the benefits for each level of Sponsorship
If you have previously advertised in our Playbill, you should be receiving a letter and sponsorship packet in the mail. If you did not receive these materials, please follow the links below: