The Cleveland Neighborhood Association is developing a Northside Community and Arts Guide for summer 2014! The guide will feature all community and arts activities occurring on the Northside between June and September. We are seeking out organizations hosting summer events to list in our guide. The Northside Community and Arts Guide will be 5.5″ tall by 8.5″ long and have a print run of 5000 copies that will be distributed at local northside businesses and organizations, community events and door to door through neighborhood organizations. The summer guide will also be available to the many people that attend Live On The Drive.
The breakdown of listing options (example pdf link) are as follows:
Basic Listing: Cost = FREE. Includes 10pt. listing with organization name, event name, location, and date/time, and contact info. (approx. 100 characters)
Bolded Listing: Cost = $25. Includes Bolded listing with banner heading and organization and event details (approx. 300 characters). Include a small photo/logo for additional $25
Half Page Listing: Cost = $150. Includes ½ page feature in the guide that includes photo, organization and event details (approx. 600 characters) and special ‘sponsor’ listing.
Full Page Listing: Cost = $300. Includes 1 full page feature in the guide that includes 1-3 photo(s), organization details, event details, and special ‘sponsor’ listing
Sponsor: If you are a business, organization or individual simply interested in supporting this project, you can make a donation of $100 or more and be listed as a sponsor in the guide by name and with your logo.
This is an awesome opportunity to share your summer event(s) with the community! If you are interested in taking advantage of this promotional opportunity, don’t hesitate to contact us. If you are ready to make your submission you can do so below. You can also make your payment/donation for your listing or as a sponsor here at Razoo. Submit your listing now. Deadline is April 25th
“This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.”