Boca Raton Museum of Art
Museum sponsorships selectively target consumers through defined demographics, and with the variety of options available, many companies find that event marketing with the Boca Museum of Art as a partner is an excellent way to selectively market specific products and services. The Boca Museum of Art’s patrons represent a cross-section of Palm Beach and Northern Broward County ’s most influential people from the business, civic, and creative communities.
Each sponsorship is unique and endeavors to provide benefits and privileges to achieve the mutual objectives of the Museum and your corporation. Programs may offer the following benefits:
The Museum creates marketing programs to enhance image, brand awareness and revenue by association with the Museum and its events. Various marketing programs include cross promotions with the media, discount and/or free ticket programs utilizing a sponsor’s product or services, and various other programs help build store traffic. The Museum produces over 100 events each year and organizes and promotes 12 to 15 nationally recognized exhibitions in its first floor galleries. These exhibitions range from classic old master drawings to contemporary Latin American artists. The Museum sponsored events range from 50,000 people at the Annual Art Festival that is open to the public free of charge in Mizner Park to intimate, black tie sit-down dinners with leaders of the tri county region.
Identification with a cultural event brings positive results to the corporate sponsor. 4 out of 5 (78%) US online adults agree that when a corporation supports the arts, it makes them think highly of that corporation and 4 out of 5 (80%) US online adults said that seeing a corporation support the arts makes them want to purchase their products/services and/or increase the amount of patronage they give to that corporation.(1)
For more information or a customized proposal, please contact Christine Mally , Director of Development, 561.392.2500, ext. 203.
(1)“Making Culture Count 2.0” a survey of the US online population of 165 million adults, sponsored by LaPlaca Cohen and The New Yorker