Operating in the middle of some of our nations wealthiest communities including Malibu, Ojai, Santa Barbara, Pacific Palisades, Bel Air, Brentwood, and Beverly Hills, California, Safety Harbor Kids audience includes more than 180,000 people in 35,000 households with an average annual income in excess of $80,000.
We currently have one Company Partnership Opportunity available for 2017:
October 29th Safety Harbor Kids 10th Annual Concert Fundraiser
Please view details below and contact John Williams at 800-277-0497 for details.
On Sunday, October 29th, Topa Mountain Winery is hosting
the Safety Harbor Kids 10th Annual Concert Fundraiser!
This event offers corporate partners high visibility, ROI opportunities with a broad range of event and cause marketing strategies for our corporate partner to utilize in their cause marketing efforts.
The Venue: Perfectly situated with beautiful views of the majestic Topa Topa Mountain in Ojai, Topa Mountain Winery is the number one location to enjoy Ojai. Nestled right next to the Ojai Valley Inn and Spa, Topa Mountain Winery is owned and operated by Larry Guerra. The elegance and charm of the venue is sure to please both the rustic and the sophisticated client with accomodations for hundreds.
The Event: a concert featuring music by Robby Krieger of The Doors, Chicago co-founder and drummer Danny Seraphine, Tommy Thayer of KISS, Tony Grant of AZ Yet, Jeff Beck bassist Phil Chen and SHK Music Director Edward Roth and other great entertainers.
This community event will be marketed locally for Malibu, Ventura, Ojai and Santa Barbara. We have music, food, drinks, wine tasting, silent art auction and door prizes.
The Demographic: the area from Bel Air to Santa Barbara is inhabited by numerous movie, television and record artists, executives and employees including more than 180,000 people ages 25-70 in 35,000 households with an average annual income in excess of $80,000.
High Visibility Opportunities: SHK has tailored programs to meet the needs of corporations who are inclined to give back to their communities.