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Attention Arts Groups: One Way To Expand your Base

Posted By Josie Gulliksen
June 6, 2014 at 1:46 PM

Attention Arts Groups: One Way To Expand your Base

Just about any group could use help selling tickets on slower days, and that option is available through a partnership with the national company Pavé Life. The group’s mission is to allow arts and cultural organizations to increase revenue and exposure at the local, regional, and national level, without diluting their brand through the company’s partners and reach.

Partnership Benefits:

  • Allows cultural groups to expand their reach to potential mass affluent donors by promoting offers on both a regional and national level.
  • Provides a platform to reach new members and new audiences by selling tickets and memberships on slower days to help fill seats. Through a merchant portal, partners can log in and update content, images, seat availability, and prices.
  • Provides a full report and payment within the first week of each month reflecting all sales in the previous month, all at zero cost upfront.
  • Provides protection of premium brand and tickets.

The Pavé Life Website has further information on the program, additional benefits and how to sing up. Click here to learn more.

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