MOLINE, ILLINOIS (February 8, 2019) — The theatre program at Moline High School offers rigorous classes in Stagecraft and Acting, and every year the students, teachers, and parents produce 5 productions, compete in Speech and Theatre Events with IHSA, and participate in festivals and workshops across the state. All who are involved grow in communication, collaboration, and theatre technique. This year’s season will involve hundreds of kids, teens and adults from the QC Area, and we are giving you the opportunity to advertise in our program for Meet Me in St Louis (March 21-23 at MHS).

Hundreds of students, parents, staff, and community members attend the productions each year and take home a program. Also in March, we open the Bartlett Performing Arts Center, where we can welcome more students and audiences to experience the power of theatre. Your financial support this year will give these students the opportunities to grow from year to year and the programs provide a way for us to advertise for your company. Thank you for your support.

All MHS Theatre Sponsorship Benefits:

● Your logo and link to your website featured on tinyurl.com/maroontheatre

● Name recognition in Lobby Display for the duration of each production

● Name recognition in program of each production

Platinum Sponsor - $300+

● Full-page ad in the program

● 2 complimentary tickets to Meet Me in St Louis

Gold Sponsor - $100:

● Half-page ad in the program

● 2 complimentary tickets to Meet Me in St Louis

Silver Sponsor - $50:

● Business card ad in the program

● 1 complimentary ticket to Meet Me in St Louis

Maroon Sponsor - $20

● Shout out in 1 program (140 characters congratulating the member(s) of the cast/crew)

Link enclosed to Family and Business Sponsorship Form, below: file:///C:/Users/Owner/Downloads/Sponsor%20form%20Spring.pdf

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