A NOTE FROM JACK
Here's hoping this message finds you well and looking forward to a festive holiday season.
You may have noticed a return to our original branding and website here at Price Rubin & Partners as well as many other items we are excited to share in this newsletter. I encourage you to review below for updates on many new initiatives developed with you in mind.
While our main office will be closed Christmas Day and New Years Day, I'll be in my office over the holidays working.
If you have questions or concerns about anything, feel free to reach out! Always happy to help. Happy Holidays.
Founder | Managing Director of Operations
EXPANDED MARKETING DIVISION
We are pleased to announce a new division here at Price Rubin & Partners to handle all of our clients' additional marketing needs, from websites to social media, onesheets to email marketing.
We even offer payment plans on some projects! Feel free to visit our new marketing services page for details. Look for additional services that will be announced between now and the New Year.
THE JACK PRICE SHOW
In 2018, Price Rubin & Partners plans to introduce the Jack Price Show, a television and live performance variety show featuring our own artists. Partnering with a veteran producer, each show will feature two performers or ensembles. Recorded before a live audience, this program will be a wonderful way to showcase you, our artists. Our pilot is slated for recording in March 2018.
We'll keep you posted on this project as it's still very much in motion here. Premium artists will be featured throughout the upcoming season in live tapings in Branson, Missouri.
FEATURED PR TIP
Want to promote an upcoming concert and pick up some media attention and a mailing list of potential audience members? Think outside the box and partner with a local cause or charity in your event's city.
For example -- If you are playing a series of concerts in Dallas, you might find a local classic film theatre that's being refurbished and partner with their cause. You can donate x% of ticket sales to the cause and they can announce your event to their patrons (a likely demographic fit!). The cause-driven, community angle also helps to garner local media attention as well, helping to expand your event's public relations power.
We hope you've been following us on social media (if not click in our footer to join us) and enjoying some of our lighter posts. Arts Management can be a busy job so sometimes we like to have a little fun!
Everyone in our office got a chuckle about last Tuesday's post and all your WONDERFUL clever captions. We loved them so much that we've decided to share them below: