Sponsoring the Lake Forest Symphony responds to the consumer demand that companies give something back to their communities. It implies a degree of altruism absent from more commercial types of marketing. In a Cone/Roper Benchmark Survey, 78 percent of adults said they would be more likely to buy a product if it is associated with a cause.
Sponsorship packages are tailored to meet the needs of each sponsor and offer a unique setting to cultivate clients, reach target markets and be recognized for your business' role as a community leader. Benefits vary based on the individual sponsorship program and level of funding and include but are not limited to:
Signage placed prominently at venue
Logo (with hyperlink to your company’s website) on Lake Forest Symphony website
advertisement in season program book
Recognition in relevant print ads
We are happy to consider special requests for custom benefits
Recognition on program page and in sponsor listing in season program book
Recognition in relevant press releases
Opportunity to distribute materials to patrons
About our Audience
Lake Forest Symphony enjoys support from an enthusiastic and dedicated audience, hailing primarily from neighborhoods across Lake County. With five classical concert pairs per season, we have a loyal audience base from a broad geographic area.
While the age range of concert patrons varies, most Lake Forest Symphony supporters are active consumers of cultural events and experiences in the Lake County area. They have discretionary income and are strongly committed to sustaining the vibrant cultural activities in our community. Our patrons understand the vital role of Community Business partnerships and are eager to support the sponsors who help make Lake Forest Symphony concerts possible.
We invite you to learn more about corporate sponsorships and ways to partner with the Symphony.
For further information on how to become a corporate sponsor, contact:
Timothy Corpus, Executive Director
Lake Forest Symphony is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.