KeyBank signs deal with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum CLEVELAND, Ohio - The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announced Saturday night the largest single donation in its history, $10 million from the KeyBank Foundation, which will be used to build upon an ongoing and expanding series of improvements at the museum.
PNC sponsors Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum In addition, the bank's philanthropic arm — the PNC Foundation — has pledged $375,000 toward the Rock Hall's Toddler Rock program, which uses popular music to teach pre-K students literacy and socialization skills. All told, through grants and sponsored programming, the PNC organization's total commitment over the next five years sits at more than $4.1 million. Over the last decade, PNC — the region's third largest bank in terms of deposits — has already infused the Rock Hall with roughly $8 million in resources, according to Paul Clark, PNC's regional president.
Klipsch partners with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Cleveland (October 9, 2014) — The nominees for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015 are: The Paul Butterfield Blues BandChicGreen DayJoan Jett & the BlackheartsKraftwerkThe MarvelettesN.W.A.Nine Inch NailsLou ReedThe SmithsThe SpinnersStingStevie Ray VaughanWar Bill Withers
United Airlines partners with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Sponsorships are an important component of the Museum’s funding and outreach strategy. Aligning your brand or corporation with the Rock Hall offers exciting opportunities to actually impact your bottom line. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum takes great pride in working with you to develop strategic, results-oriented sponsorship programs that directly support your marketing, branding and sales needs.