Listen Local First DC Launches 2012 Scheduleposted Tuesday, January 24
Listen Local First is very excited to get back into the local music groove. We just returned from a one month hiatus where we applied for DC Arts grants, planned for our future, launched a WordPress site and brainstormed lots of potential great future collaborations between local businesses and the local music community.
February’s DC Local Music Day will happen on February 8th.
- For February we are starting a new payment system. Instead of coming back to you all month after month, we have created an option for a 6 month membership. $100 covers all participation fees until August.
- For ease of streaming, Grooveshark has recently released a non flashplayer mobile application. That means that the playlist can now be streamed off iPod Touches and iPhones. We are meeting with Grooveshark this week and may even come up with an easier streaming alternative.
- If you are interested please feel free to inquire about our iPod Shuffle solution we are trying out with different businesses.
Participating Business Fee Payment
Participating Business– $100 – covers participation fees for 6 months.
(New businesses can opt to do a one-month trial run for free— contact us for details.)
Local Music Supporter – Over $100 business logo will be featured in a more prominent location on the LLF website for 6 months
Partner Sponsors –$500 – $1000 businesses and their logo will be featured on the LLF website, LLF WordPress site and on limited printed materials for 6 months.
Title Sponsor – Over $1000 business will have a banner on the top of our website and have their name prominently displayed on all web and printed material.
For interest in sponsoring please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can reach Chris at (914) 299-0612.
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