About the event
Every year, at the end of each competitive season, DCMPAA holds a Summer Competition and Showcase event. The event provides an opportunity for students to portray their improvements and talents to their family, friends, and community-folk, in attempts to stimulate North Indian culture in the DC-Metro area. The performances range from traditional folk dances such as bhangra to numerous Bollywood and Tollywood exhibition acts from neighboring dance academies.
Why should you sponsor?
The first point is our marketing strategy and business team. DCMPAA utilizes numerous marketing strategies to promote and grow the Summer Competition and Showcase. For the 2019 term, DCMPAA will be adapting and developing its techniques to regard recent trends while staying consistent with strategies that consistently pay off in terms of ticket sales and attendance. At the request of the sponsor, my organization can provide specific details with an Event Summary, Marketing Strategy, & a formal Sponsorship Package.
Moreover, DCMPAA has been running this competition for six consecutive years, marking this our seventh year in the community to run this event! Our marketing schemes have an outreach of 4,000+ individuals, focus' on the DC-Metro Area (VA & MD), has an outreach to franchise academies in Utah & North Carolina, and already has experience in these partnerships and sponsorship deals.
In terms of other sponsors, the finalized list of businesses/institutions sponsoring the event is not complete; however, we are open to including a clause that specifies restrictions on other "competitive" businesses/sponsors. The final agreement to kickstart our partnership is drafted and ready to go to be tailored towards your business.
Furthermore, our sponsorship packages are constructed to allow for flexibility. For instance, if you would like direct contact with the consumers/audience directly for an extra cost, your business can set up and run a stall at our event. Or if you would rather make a food/drink donation that can be worked out as well.
I have been associated and working with the DC Metro Punjabi Arts Academy team for three years as both a student, member, and business intern; the organization has made a name for itself in both the Indian/Asian community and the DC-Metro area for its cultural impact, work-ethic, and respectful services. It is a growing business that values itself on integrity and honesty; something that is reflected in its hires -- such as myself.
Moving towards myself, I am a current student on track to graduate with an Advanced Diploma with a 4.21 GPA at an excellent school in Loudoun County, VA. I take on a leadership/management role in a multitude of activities: Vice President of a Model United Nations organization, Treasurer for an FBLA organization, and soon to be the founder and CEO of a non-profit organization that focuses on community building and entrepreneurial ideals.
Contact the Organizer
Contact the Organizer