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1st Annual Liquid Drum & Bass 4 Autism Music Benefit Concert

Crete Region, Greece
Sat, Jul 29 - Sun, Jul 30 2017

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Crete Region, Greece Crete Region, Greece
#Music  #EDM / Electronic  #Concert

About our event

Liquid Drum and Bass 4 Autism proudly presents our: 1st Liquid Drum and Bass 4 Autism Music Benefit Concert on July 29th 2017, at Vythos Beach bar on the beautiful island of Crete, Greece.   We are hosting this event to raise autism awareness and funds for autism treatment research/parent training to enhance the quality of life of children with autism their families, and society through Liquid Drum & Bass musical productions and dance competitions. Admission is free, and all proceeds and online PPV Youtube Live will go directly to a charity organization in Greece called Saint Pauls Autism and Research Training Academy

Attendees Demographics

Gender Distribution

55%
45%

Expected Audience

1001-2500

Sponsorship Opportunities

Expected Benefits for Sponsors

 

  • Support autism awareness in underserved rural and/or agricultural areas of Greece and other countries
  • Help raise funds for research/treatment and parent training for children with autism and their families
  • Support Liquid Drum & Bass music, its producers, dj's and fans
  • World-wide brand acknowledgement through 500k + instant impressions
  • Sponsorship fees and donations are tac deductible
  • Additional viewers/subscribers during show streamed live on Youtube Live and Different Drumz

5000

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Tier 3: Silver Level - Entertainment Sponsors

o There are 4 open opportunities for Entertainment Sponsors ($5000 USD each) o Name and logo on all printed materials on bottom of page, below main and co-sponsors o Name and logo on event website, on bottom of page, below main and co-sponsors o Name in event-related social media acknowledging sponsors o Inclusion of logo on all Liquid Drum & Bass 4 Autism online promotions (585 subscribers through talent, record labels, and all associated social media platforms) o IF sponsorship confirmed by June 28th o Links to entertainment sponsors website/ social media will be displayed for 3 months on our website and all social platforms/ digital promotion o Printed T-shirt giveaway with name, logo and show information throughout the event o Booth space with tent/table/ 2 chairs to promote business / give away promotional materials

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Tier 2 Gold Level, Co-sponsor opportunity

• Limited access to venue for digital content creation and video promotion • Exclusive right to Gold sponsor at next event in 2018 • Name and logo displayed on banner on stage backdrop on front of stage • Name and logo on all printed materials • Name and logo on website directly below main sponsor • Name in event related social media acknowledging sponsors • Inclusion of logo on all Liquid Drum & Bass 4 Autism online promotions o If sponsorship confirmed by June 28th • Inclusion of logo on all Liquid Drum & Bass 4 Autism online promotions • Links to co-sponsor’s website/ social media will be displayed for 6 months on our website and all social platforms/ digital promotion • Printed t-shirt giveaway with name, logo, and show information • Verbal recognition on stage by host of sponsorship (at least 7 times) 1x every 2 hours throughout the event • Booth space with tent/table/ 2 chairs to promote business/ give away promotional mateirals • VIP seating with open bar for up to 4 people

15000

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Platinum Tier 1: Main Sponsor (1 opportunity)

• Exclusive Full access to venue and all talent throughout event for digital content creation and video promotion • Main sponsor status, with largest logo, available to one sponsor of this event • Exclusive right to be main sponsor of next event in 2018 • Name and largest logo displayed on banner on showstage back drop • Name and largest logo on all printed materials as “Sponsored By” • Name and largest logo on all press releases as “Sponsored By” • Name and largest logo on event website as “Sponsored By” • Name in all event related social media as “sponsored by” • Name and logo projected on to white screen/ tv monitor rotated during show • Inclusion of largest logo on all Liquid Drum and Bass 4 Autism online promotions (585 subscribers through talent, record labels, and all associated social media platforms) IF sponsorship confirmed by June 29th • Links to sponsors website/social media will be displayed for 12 months on our website and all social media platforms • Printed t-shirt giveaway with name, largest logo, and show information • Verbal recognition on stage by host of sponsorship at least 14 times (1x every hour) throughout the event • Booth space with tent/table/ 2 chairs to promote business and to give away promo materials • VIP seating area with open bar and complimentary meals at adjacent Greek restaurant for up to 10 people for duration of the event

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Bio for Michael Lafasakis, Ph.D., MS Ed., BCBA-D

 

  • Dr. Lafasakis has been treating children with autism for 16 years as a head teacher and therapist for several early intervention, preschool and school-age special educations programs in New York City (NYC).He is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D®), New York State (NYS) Certified Teacher in Early Childhood General & Special Education, Birth to Grade 2, and NYS Licensed Behavior Analyst.

 

  • Dr. Lafasakis is currently appointed as the Consulting Clinical Director of ABA Services at The Infant and Child Learning Center (ICLC) and Stanley Lamm Preschool, part of SUNY Downstate Medical Center.For 13 years, Dr. Lafasakis was the Educational Director of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Services at Hospital Clinic Home Center (HCHC) Inc., located at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center’s Infant Development Program. Dr. Lafasakis is also the founder and Chief Executive/Clinical Director of Kidz Choice Services, Inc., a private agency of 115 employees in Georgetown Brooklyn that provides home-based ABA therapy to children with autism and other developmental disabilities.

 

  • Dr. Lafasakis holds a Master’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, of the City University of New York (CUNY).He also holds an Advanced Graduate Certificate in ABA from Queens College (CUNY), and a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood General & Special Education, Birth-Grade 2, from Touro College. For 2½ years, Dr. Lafasakis was a doctoral student in the Ph.D. program in Learning Processes Psychology and Behavior Analysis at The CUNY Graduate Center.Upon the birth of his son, Dr. Lafasakis decided to transfer to a different program and has recently completed a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (Licensure Track) at the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Walden University. Dr. Lafasakis has taught as an adjunct professor of psychology at the College of New Rochelle in New York and has lectured at Brooklyn College (CUNY) and Queens College (CUNY).

 

  • Dr. Lafasakis has published research as a first author on parent training in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA) in 2007.In 2008, his work was published in a book titled “How to Teach Verbal Behavior” by Dr. Peter Sturmey.Dr. Lafasakis published his second manuscript in 2010 in Behavioral Interventions on teaching vocal mand skills (e.g., requesting) to nonverbal children with autism.In 2017, Dr. Lafasakis published his 3rd manuscript in the Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders (JADD) on teaching skateboarding skills to a child with ASD.His work has been cited in over 115 peer-reviewed scientific journals and over 13 textbooks. Two of Dr. Lafasakis’ studies have been accepted by several states in the United States as recommended practices for nonverbal children with ASD and for parent training. A study conducted by Lafasakis, Thomas, Rossi, and Tursenovic titled “Training parents to teach vocal mands in the home: effects on acquisition and generalization of parent teaching and child correct responding” was awarded first place as the winning poster at the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis (NYSABA) 21st Annual Conference Student Research Award Competition in Saratoga Springs, New York in November, 2010. Dr. Lafasakis has presented at local, national and international conferences in autism treatment, developmental disabilities and ABA.Dr. Lafasakis has been an invited guest reviewer for JABA.

 

  • Dr. Lafasakis is an autism advocate and mainly serves families in NYC by providing parents support through the special education process.

 

  • Dr. Lafasakis is married to a remarkable Spanish woman named Erika and has 3 wonderful children: his sons George Emmanuel (Age 7), Michelangelo (22 months), and stepdaughter Nathalia (Age 22).Dr. Lafasakis is the first-generation born son of Mary and George Lafasakis, who immigrated to the United States from Greece in the 1960s.Dr. Lafasakis grew up in Queens, New York and was raised as a Greek-Orthodox Christian.

 

  • In July of 1992, Michael was a victim of a violent crime that left him paralyzed on the entire right side of his body, which also caused a total loss of speech and hearing in his right ear.While Michael was in the hospital for 30 days, his doctors told him that he would never do any of the things he did before such as talk, walk, swim, throw a ball, or ride a skateboard.Despite his feelings of complete devastation, Michael was determined to get better and prove his doctors wrong.

 

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