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If you are wanting to structure your show as a fundraiser the following are just a few ideas on how to raise money effectively:
- Contestant Goals: Contestants set financial goals to raise money prior to the show. Social media is used to promote individual fundraising efforts which will help raise money, organizational awareness and promote the show.
- Selling Votes: Audience members can support their favorite contestant through buying additional votes at intermission.
- Sponsorships: You can solicit local sponsors that are recognized during the show. Typically sponsorships can cover the complete cost of the show.
- VIP Events: There are several VIP options - A) VIP only or Gala event at elevated ticket price, $50 - $500. B) VIP pre or post show cocktail hour, Q ∓ A with dancers, red carpet with photo booth C) Post show dance party with raffle and auction off professional dancers and contestants for dances.
- Multi-Charity Event: Multiple charities would each choose a contestant to represent their organization as a contestant in the show. Contestants would compete prior to the show by raising money. The charities would be required to sell a certain amount of tickets in order to participate. The presenter will collect the revenue from ticket sales.
- Selling Spots: Contestant positions in the show can be sold to businesses/sponsors. For $1000 - $5000 a sponsor can pick a person from their company to be in the show and compete for the mirrorball trophy. This brings community spotlight to their business.
- Kids or Community Opening Number: Up to 25 kids ages 8 - 15 meet with our professionals one hour each day to learn a opening dance number for the show. This brings parents and family members into the show and can generate revenue if a fee is charged for the kids to participate.
There are so many ways that we can customize your show to maximize fundraising for your organization!
Over $4 Million raised for local charities since 2011
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$25 - $100
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