Overview: Falling victim to abandonment and urban blight, the South Downtown Atlanta area has become severely neglected over several decades. The partnership of Creative Loafing, The Center of Civic Innovation and The Goat Farm, our long term mission is to revitalize the area with business, arts and culture, which would mean millions of dollars in tax revenue to the city of Atlanta. On September 25th, 2015, we will hosting Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta party to bring attention and new audiences to celebrate the revitalization of the area.
Event Overview: The Goat Farm will showcase some Atlanta's well known artists, who will be unveiling innovative art installations. Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta will showcase several rich cultural experiences that will showcase the revitalization of the area. The outdoor arts and music event is estimated to have over 3,000 Atlantans who have an appreciation to the Arts, Culture and lifestyle of Atlanta.
Conclusion: If your brand is looking for an intimate and unobtrusive way to engage with trend setting Millennials, we would like the opportunity to partner with you. By partnering with this event, you will be aligning your brand with the many citizens and organizations that are focused in the Arts, while supporting local community initiatives. As a Sponsor, you will also receive a customized media schedule to promote your business through the end of the year.
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