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Florida Summer Fest 2017,

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3 Sponsors Confirmed
CW17-Jacksonville
Life & Grind TV Series
The Chasity Taylor Foundation

  • About the event

    Florida Summer Fest 2017
    Back To School Supply Drive

    August 3-6, 2017  Jacksonville    |    Orlando    |    Daytona

    Overview

    1.    Project Background and Description

    Florida Summer Fest started in 2014 as an experimental spin-off event which branched out from Duval Spring Fest (the largest all-indie concert series in northeast Florida/southeast Georgia, powered by regional cable TV platform CW17/BounceTV-Comcast Jacksonville) due to the overwhelming response and support in northeast Florida/southeast Georgia. Originally, the event was solely comprised of a music-centered showcase, but later it developed into a multi-faceted, community-oriented, arts, culture, and social awareness festival.

    Last year, Summer Fest was held over 3 days during the weekend before the first day of school in Duval County in August and incorporated collaborations with St. Francis Soup Kitchen, Life & Grind TV series (CW17, DeKalb25-Comcast [Atlanta], Bounce Network Docu-Reality TV Series airing in NE Florida/SE Georgia and Atlanta), and The Chasity Taylor Foundation to feed the homeless (Over 200 of the less fortunate were fed breakfast on Day 2 of the event) and meet the goal set of 100 book bags packed with supplies for underserved students in the Duval County area (photos attached). Aside from community service, the festival brought awareness to positive musicians, poets, songwriters, bands and artists based right here in Florida by hosting three days of performances each evening, each day having a different theme and genre.

    This year, we plan to continue the expansion of the community-based festival by including central Florida, the area in which the founder of the event went to college and graduated the year before starting Summer Fest from University of Central Florida (Orlando). Our aim is to duplicate the successes of last year in Orlando and Daytona, in addition to Jacksonville, maximizing the reach and impact of our combined efforts and reciprocate all of the energy, support, and resources invested in our cause to those who need it the most with the aid of local media in Orlando, Jacksonville, and Daytona.

    2.    Project Scope

    This year, Florida Summer Fest will be held from Thursday August 3, 2017 to Sunday August 6, 2017. We will begin promotion for the event on Monday, July 5, 2017, and utilize the buzz and interest we expect to be generated to draw the focus on the foundational cause, which is the Feed Those In Need event, which will be held Saturday morning, August 5, 2017 9am-noon at St. Francis Soup Kitchen in Jacksonville, and the Back To School Supply Drive which will be run from the start of promotion on July 5 until the last day of the festival, Sunday August 6. We will collect supplies for the food drive up until the Feed Those In Need event, and we will also collect school supplies all summer, until the finale event which we plan to be held at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort

     We plan to promote the event in advance and tape occasionally during the actual event for both TV series in Jacksonville and Atlanta.

    3.       Affected Parties

    Several parties will benefit from this event. First and foremost, the underserved students who often go overlooked and are too often forgotten in central and north Florida as well as southeast Georgia will get the necessary supplies for them to focus on their education. Their families usually have several other issues to focus on and buying school supplies can be a burden we gladly knock off of their list. Secondly, holding this event will increase awareness and exposure of the problem of homelessness and hunger in the community through our promotion/marketing efforts, allowing us to collect more food supplies via contacts/impressions made in all forms of media to distribute on day 3 of the event. This is another way the less fortunate will be affected.

    Aside from that demographic, members of the arts and culture community will be direct avenues to both central and north Florida’s respective creative communities. During this event we expect to have visual art vendors and family-friendly talent share their gifts for the attendees and television cameras, providing a great platform for those in both areas to support local arts and craftspeople and reinvest into cultural outlets in the area. Further, I expect our collaborators, including The Chasity Taylor Foundation and The Children’s Home Society of Florida (Orlando) to be affected by the success of this event, by adding to their reach/brand exposure and positive, qualitative impact outside of their home base communities.

    Our sponsors will see benefits in brand exposure to local consumers who financially contribute by making purchases and promoting the sponsors' brands/causes via various social media and, moreover, via our CW17 outlet which reaches a near six-figure size television audience weekly in Florida and Georgia. We intend to include local radio in Jacksonville (Power 106.1, WAPE 95.1), Orlando (89.9 WUCF, Power 95.3, Rumba 100.3, Amp 101.9), and Daytona (Hot 94.1, Bethune 99.1, and more) to assist with gaining support for our drive to collect school supplies and also serve as drop-off locations before and/or during Summer Fest and distribution locations after Summer Fest.

    4.    Collaborators

    The Chasity Taylor Foundation is a Jacksonville-based 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation founded by Latricia Taylor in memory of her daughter, Chasity, who was killed in an accident in Jacksonville by a driver whom was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. The Foundation strives to make positive impacts on local students by raising money for scholarships, collecting school supplies, and hosting mentor/leadership events to provide more positive role models for at-risk youth. The Children’s Home Society is a similar organization who collects and distributes school supplies to children in need, but it is based in Orlando. They seek to break the generational cycle of child abuse of at-risk youth and to create strong, stable families.

    "Life & Grind" TV SERIES - In general, our aim is to expand our network and link with talent and media curators to further build our platform in order to provide an even greater, more legitimate outlet for indie media, up-and-coming artists of all sorts as well as entertainment entrepreneurs/content creators with whom we can creatively collaborate with for mutual benefit as we and those whom we collaborate with grow our brands simultaneously while having a positive impact on the communities in which we create and curate art.

    The show itself is a unique docu-reality TV series based on artists of all types, content creators, models, and entertainment entrepreneurs along with their brands. The main focus is a select cast of 8 artists/business owners, and the concept behind the show is offering an authentic, first-hand look into the lives and daily grinds of these individuals, showing what they go through and what it takes to "make it big". In essence, showing the parts of your favorite celebrity's story as they are happening in real-time (this is the reality aspect), stories/experiences that are usually never told until after they've made it big and those stories are far in the past after the artist/entrepreneur has grown into their full potential (this is the documentary aspect).

    Our main platforms are cable networks (CW17/Bounce Network-Jacksonville - cable television network broadcasting in Jacksonville, FL/St. Mary's, GA/St. Augustine, FL) and DeKalb-Comcast 25 (cable television station broadcasting to DeKalb County, GA).

    Life & Grind: Duval

     

    WCWJ Website (YourJax/CW17-BounceTV-Jax)

    • On the right hand side you'll find the "Local" tab, this is where Life & Grind promotions will be placed
      • CW TV Listings as of Today (April 26th) - please note that the time slot of Life & Grind will be Saturdays at 3pm beginning with the season premiere date Saturday May 27th. Currently the 3pm spot shows Paid Programming, which is the spot our TV series will be acquiring. I've also attached our current sponsor package which gives excellent detail regarding ratings for our time slot and information about our market reach in both Atlanta and Jacksonville.
      • Past Life & Grind episodes from Seasons 1, 2, and 3 can be viewed via YouTube or by clicking here.

     

    WCWJ Wikipedia

    See "Programming" section for direct information regarding our TV series

    Programming

    Syndicated programs broadcast by WCWJ include Maury, TMZ on TV, The People's Court and Access Hollywood among others.

    The station also produces several original programs including the music program YourJax Music (which also has a weeknight-only spinoff series, YourJax Music Vault), the region's first and only cable reality TV series Life & Grind: Duval,[21] produced by local musician Dez Nado, and the lifestyle programs Local Haunts and I Know Jax (two magazine-style programs focusing on Jacksonville area tourist attractions); it also carries local sporting events from the Jacksonville Sharks Arena Football League, the Jacksonville RollerGirls roller derby team, Jacksonville Giants American Basketball Association, Jacksonville University Dolphins college football, and Jacksonville Armada FC soccer teams.

    • Life & Grind: Duval - Series Facebook Page (Click Here)
    • Newswire Press Release for Spring Fest powered by Life & Grind
    • Jacksonville Magazine Summer Fest powered by Life & Grind

     

    Life & Grind: ATL

    • Premiered on March 26, since current season is still airing no episodes have been uploaded yet
    • DeKalb-Comcast Channel 25 - http://dekalb25.com/
    • Ratings will be available later this year, but Nielsen estimates are based on the average time slot for similar public access TV stations like PeopleTV (Comcast 24) and Atlanta Community TV (Comcast 57) at .1, which is approximately 15,000-23,500 weekly households, per Nielsen Wired Cable reports for Atlanta and TV Universe Estimates for the U.S.
    • Official Life & Grind ATL Premiere Preview can be viewed here

     

    Memo: We are confirmed for 8 episodes (Season 4) starting the end of May, ending by September for Life & Grind: Duval – Approximate ad reach is an average of 87,000 TV consumers weekly (For the Saturday, weekend 1-6pm block; [0.36 rating rounded down to the lower tenth percent is 0.3, multiplied by 50% of total Cable viewership which was approximately 290,000 as seen in the Feb-17 TVB graph shown below, adjusted for inactive viewers/margin of error and minority market share of less than 10, according to the data below from Nielsen];

    (Nielsen Rating x Total Households with Cable) x 0.5 [adjustment for inactive TV sets/minority share] = Life & Grind: Duval Viewership Expectation as of February 2017.

    • Duval series will air 3pm bi-weekly, Saturdays starting May 26th
      • St. Mary's, GA, Fernandina/Jacksonville, St. Augustine [NE Florida/SE Georgia]
    • Atlanta series first aired Sunday March 26 and will continue to air until June
      • 4 episodes starting March 26, ending by June for Life & Grind: ATL
      • Ad reach for Atlanta market is approximately 15,500 TV consumers weekly: DeKalb county, Atlanta
    • Additional online consumer reach and in-person/venue consumer reach during the Life & Grind Summer Tour which as of April 23, 2017 has over 12 confirmed dates/events in 7 of the largest national and international media markets in the western hemisphere during some of the most attended summer events of the year; this increases our platforms’ reach about 20,000 more consumers weekly

    Online Impressions: LG Network (VIPSquad Entertainment, L&L Towing, We Stay Busy Media & Photography, Capture The Moment, Power904 Radio, ABFilms, LoudMuzicEnt, A1PartyGroup, Right Way) offers access to our consumer base via our online ad services listed above. This consumer base consists of a combined social media reach of over 20,000 weekly online consumers (Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Select Blogroll, YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat, and more), college and urban, aged 15-49 (65%), and 49-59 (25%)

     

     

    CW TV shows 2016-17

    18-49

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    Demo avg

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    1

    TUES 8-9pm

     

    1.07

    -21.86%

     

    2

    MON 8-9pm

     

    0.78

    -53.54%

     

    3

    WEDNES 8-9pm

     

    0.64

    -31.56%

     

    4

    TUES 9-10pm

     

    0.64

    -20.37%

     

    5

    THURS 9-10pm

     

    0.62

    -11.98%

     

    6

    Weekend 6-8pm, SAT

     

    0.40

    0

     

    7

    Weekend 1-6pm, SAT

     

    0.36

    -25.00%

     

    8

    FRI 8-9pm

     

    0.38

    -17.39%

     

    9

    Weekend 1-6pm, SUN

     

    0.35

    -8.95%

     

    10

    MON 9-10pm

     

    0.37

    0.18%

     

    11

    WEDNES 9-10pm

     

    0.27


     

    12

    Weekend 6-8pm, SUN

     

    0.33

    -37.11%

     

    13

    TUES 8-9pm

     

    0.26


     

    14

    Weekend, SAT 8-10pm

     

    0.24


     

    15

    Weekend, SUN 8-10pm

     

    0.21

    -30.04%

     

    16

    Weekend SAT Overnight

     

    0.20

    -31.79%

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    How To Read Nielsen Ratings

     

    1. Find a program's rating. That's an estimate of the percentage of the audience watching a particular program.​ If "Channel 6 News at 6:00" has a household audience rating of 15, that means Nielsen has estimated that 15% of the market's household audience is watching it. On the flip side, 85% of the audience may be watching another station, cooking supper or at the movies. A household audience measures homes, not people. So technically, "Channel 6 News at 6:00" is on in 15% of homes -- one person might be watching in one home, four in another. The household measurement doesn't take into account that difference.
    2. Find the program's share. The share is an estimate of the percentage of how many households using television are watching the program.​ If "Channel 6 News at 6:00" has a market share of 30, that means 30% of the homes watching TV at 6 o'clock are watching that newscast. This number eliminates those cooking supper, at the movies or doing anything else. As a result, the share will always be higher than the rating. That's because the pie has been made smaller by taking away homes not watching TV. (Source: https://www.thebalance.com/how-to-understand-nielsen-tv-ratings-2315476)

    Thursday, August 3 - Jacksonville

    • Buzz Magazine: Summer Fest Media Interview [Sponsor Shout Out] 9am-10am
    • River City Live - Channel 4/The Chat Channel 12/25 [Sponsor Shout Out] 11am-3pm
    • [Sponsor] Presents FL Summer Fest 17 All-Genre Expo & School Supply Drive Kick-Off LDV II @ Aromas 9pm-12:30am 21+

    Friday, August 4 - Jacksonville

    • [Sponsor] Apple iTunes In-Store Life & Grind School Supply Drop/Meet & Greet at Black Sheep Restaurant - Facebook Live with [Local Media/Sports Guest] 5pm-7pm All ages
    • [Sponsor] State of the Arts: Showcase & Community Conference Presented by Life & Grind and [Sponsor] @ The Hub - Jacksonville 9pm-12am All ages
      • VIP Community Guests, Media, and Guests
      • Clothing & School Supply Drop

    Saturday, August 5 - Jax/Orlando

    • Feed Those In Need '17 pt. 2 @ St Francis Soup Kitchen Jacksonville, FL 9am-noon
    • Uncensored 407 & Life & Grind TV Series Presents: [Sponsor] Designer Fashion & Business Showcase, Pool Party & Mixer @ Aloft Downtown Orlando w/ Sky from VH1's Black Ink Crew,  international and local Fashion Designers and Clothing Line representatives to judge local designers' clothing lines/models - Orlando, FL 3pm-7pm 18+, licensed venue w/ strict adherence to alcohol laws & policies for the state of Florida
      • Universal Music Group LDV II Listening Party
      • Clothing & School Supply Drop
      • VIP Guest Artist Judges/Investors
      • VIP-Invite-Only, Very Limited Purchasable Tickets
    • Uncensored 407 & CW17's Life & Grind TV Series Presents: Summer Fest 2017 Pool Party Afterparty @ Venue 578 w/ [Pretty Ricky's Spectacular and local talent, 18+] 9pm-until

    Sunday, August 6

    • Sunday Service & Lunch @ TBD - Orlando 10am-2pm All ages
    • [Sponsor] Presents: Summer Fest 2017 New Wave Beach Bash & Pool Party Finale @ Hilton Oceanfront Daytona Beach Resort 2-6pm All ages [Local media host]
      • [Limited Vendor Spots, Food & Drinks, Limited Performance Spots; all available for sale]
    • Life & Style: Florida - CW17/VIPSquad Summer Fest 2017 Golf Tournament and Fundraiser Finale Presented by Life & Grind and [Sponsor] @ Top Golf  - Jacksonville 7pm-11pm All ages
      • VIP Guest Model & Artist Judges
      • Clothing & School Supply Drop Final Opportunity w/ The Chasity Taylor Foundation, Children's Home Society of Florida

    Monday-Tuesday - Distribute collected goods

    Why should you sponsor?

    This is a one-of-kind opportunity to give and directly and actively support those who need it the most in central Florida, north Florida, and south Georgia: the youth!

    Several parties will benefit from this event. First and foremost, the underserved students who often go overlooked and are too often forgotten in central and north Florida as well as southeast Georgia will get the necessary supplies for them to focus on their education. Their families usually have several other issues to focus on and buying school supplies can be a burden we gladly knock off of their list. Secondly, holding this event will increase awareness and exposure of the problem of homelessness and hunger in the community through our promotion/marketing efforts, allowing us to collect more food supplies via contacts/impressions made in all forms of media to distribute on day 3 of the event. This is another way the less fortunate will be affected.

    Aside from that demographic, members of the arts and culture community will be direct avenues to both central and north Florida’s respective creative communities. During this event we expect to have visual art vendors and family-friendly talent share their gifts for the attendees and television cameras, providing a great platform for those in both areas to support local arts and craftspeople and reinvest into cultural outlets in the area. Further, I expect our collaborators, including The Chasity Taylor Foundation and The Children’s Home Society of Florida (Orlando) to be affected by the success of this event, by adding to their reach/brand exposure and positive, qualitative impact outside of their home base communities.

    Sponsors will see benefits in brand exposure to local consumers who financially contribute by making purchases and sponsors will also be promoted/advertised on all of our platforms; various social media and, moreover, via our CW17 outlet which reaches a near six-figure size television audience weekly in Florida and Georgia. We intend to include local radio in Jacksonville (Power 106.1, WAPE 95.1), Orlando (89.9 WUCF, Power 95.3, Rumba 100.3, Amp 101.9), and Daytona (Hot 94.1, Bethune 99.1, and more) which we'll be working with to assist in gaining support for our drive to collect school supplies and also serve as drop-off locations before and/or during Summer Fest and distribution locations after Summer Fest.

    Our collaborators include The Chasity Taylor Foundation, a Jacksonville-based 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation founded by Latricia Taylor in memory of her daughter, Chasity, who was killed in an accident in Jacksonville by a driver whom was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. The Foundation strives to make positive impacts on local students by raising money for scholarships, collecting school supplies, and hosting mentor/leadership events to provide more positive role models for at-risk youth. The Children’s Home Society is a similar organization who collects and distributes school supplies to children in need, but it is based in Orlando. They seek to break the generational cycle of child abuse of at-risk youth and to create strong, stable families, and we're glad to partner with them on this grand task.

    "Life & Grind" TV SERIES - In general, our aim is to expand our network and link with talent and media curators to further build our platform in order to provide an even greater, more legitimate outlet for indie media, up-and-coming artists of all sorts as well as entertainment entrepreneurs/content creators with whom we can creatively collaborate with for mutual benefit as we and those whom we collaborate with grow our brands simultaneously while having a positive impact on the communities in which we create and curate art.

    The show itself is a unique docu-reality TV series based on artists of all types, content creators, models, and entertainment entrepreneurs along with their brands. The main focus is a select cast of 8 artists/business owners, and the concept behind the show is offering an authentic, first-hand look into the lives and daily grinds of these individuals, showing what they go through and what it takes to "make it big". In essence, showing the parts of your favorite celebrity's story as they are happening in real-time (this is the reality aspect), stories/experiences that are usually never told until after they've made it big and those stories are far in the past after the artist/entrepreneur has grown into their full potential (this is the documentary aspect).

    Our main platforms are cable networks (CW17/Bounce Network-Jacksonville - cable television network broadcasting in Jacksonville, FL/St. Mary's, GA/St. Augustine, FL) and DeKalb-Comcast 25 (cable television station broadcasting to DeKalb County, GA).

    By sponsoring, you're actively taking stake in multiple community-based efforts simultaneously!


    Jay Scott

    Son, Brother, Poet, C.E.O., Television & Music Producer, Musician, Curator, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur: all titles that collectively describe singer-songwriter “Dez Nado”, which is an acronym for The D.efinition of E.ffort and Z.eal iN A.mbition and D.edication to O.pportunity. Florida's own Dez Nado is truly raising the bar(s) in the music industry!

    Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Dez Nado (Joseph Scott) was introduced to hip hop at very young age. It’s 1998, Hip Hop had just lost its two biggest icons to ever bless a mic, and a young, 6th grade 11-year-old Dez Nado drops his first rhyme on wax with his older brother, his brother’s stereo tape recorder, and his two cousins from the birthplace of hip hop; New York, New York. Dez instantly fell in love with the art of rhyming, and even set out to record his own mixtape (actual “tapes” back then) and distribute it independently at his junior high school. Since then, Dez has honed his skills and become one of the most legit up-and-coming Florida artists in the game by studying his craft and mastering his art with the same independent passion and grind that he’s had since day 1!

    He saw his first successes after high school as an independent artist; generating a fan base by plugging his own projects at local shops and hot spots, working part-time and attending school full-time splitting funds between books for class and studio time, as well as booking, promoting, and organizing his own shows by the age of 19 as a college freshman. Word of his ridiculous work ethic rapidly spread as one of Jacksonville’s premier rap websites (Duvalcountyluv.com) recognized him with the title of Jacksonville’s Grinder of the Week for several weeks between 2006-2009. Dez was at the peak of a three-year run of good fortune in 2009 when, after being recognized by Source Magazine executives at a local showcase as one of the city’s top 7 performers (out of over 50 competing), and winning the Duval Oscar Awards in 2008 for Performer of the Year and Rookie of the Year, he was shot after leaving a club in the chest, just inches from his heart. Dez used the opportunity to re-focus and change his message from self-destructive to self-productive, and made a promise to himself that he would never take another minute for granted. After he took a brief hiatus Dez quickly returned to the studio and dropped “No Hands”, which gained enough attention to land him a distribution deal for a follow-up album “No Hands 2” with KKR/Island/Def Jam in 2011. Dez began to break out of the local scene with the No Hands series and shine in bigger markets like Atlanta, Orlando, and Las Vegas (as evidenced by the feature interviews and fans calling in on his 2011 & 2012 projects “Freestyle Filez: Volume 1” and “Freestyle Filez: Volume 2“). To this day, Dez has made good on his promise to not take one minute for granted, going from inches away from dying to becoming one of Florida’s most promising rappers, a producer/studio engineer, self-started CEO, college graduate recently receiving his Master’s in Arts degree, where he was a DJ of his own college radio show and radio programming specialist at the largest university in Florida. Today, he produces two groundbreaking TV series that show a first-hand perspective into the lives and untold stories of pursuing artistic dreams that air in Florida and Georgia. His stage name is much more than just a name; it has become something that he lives by!

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3 available packages from US$100 to US$5000

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Donation

Your donation assists in the areas of operational costs, venue fees, and school supplies for underserved K-8 students for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year.

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Your donation assists in the areas of operational costs, venue fees, and school supplies for underserved K-8 students for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Presenting sponsor on all digital, radio, and print promotional materials.

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Any combination of equal value as listed below on CW17 TV Series "Life & Grind" Summer 2017 [Alternate options available such as presenting sponsor on all print promotional material, additional Bounce Network commercial placement, logo on photo backdrop at Top Golf event, Social media blasts, and mention in all Radio Promo]: Media Info for Life & Grind TV Series *Each episode will air once between May 27 and mid-to-late September, subsequently posted online and shared via social media, adding additional visibility to each individual episode. Please contact Jay Scott at 904-651-7960 [text works quickest] or VIPSquadENT@gmail.com or www.facebook.com/LifeGrindDuval | www.facebook.com/LifeGrindATL if interested, there are several advertising/promotion opportunities coming up: We are confirmed for 8 episodes (Season 4) starting the end of May, ending by September for Life & Grind: Duval – Approximate ad reach is an average of 87,000 TV consumers weekly (Saturday, weekend 1-6pm block [0.36 rating rounded down to the lower tenth percent is 0.3, multiplied by 50% of total Cable viewership which was approximately 290,000 as seen in TVB graph shown below, then taken in account share is less than 10, adjusting for inactive viewers/margin of error]; (Nielsen Rating x Total Households with Cable) x 0.5 [adjustment for inactive TV sets/minority share] Show will air 3pm bi-weekly, Saturdays starting May 26th): St. Mary's, GA, Fernandina/Jacksonville, St. Augustine | and 4 episodes starting Feb 26, ending by July for Life & Grind: ATL - Ad reach is avg 15,500 TV consumers weekly: DeKalb county, Atlanta, additional online consumer reach and in-person/venue consumer reach during the Life & Grind Summer Tour which as of April 23, 2017 has over 12 confirmed dates/events in 7 of the largest national and international media markets in the western hemisphere. Online Impressions: LG Network (VIPSquad Entertainment, L&L Towing, We Stay Busy Media & Photography, Capture The Moment, Power904 Radio, ABFilms, LoudMuzicEnt, A1PartyGroup, Right Way) offers access to our consumer base via our online ad services listed above. This consumer base consists of a combined social media reach of over 20,000 weekly online consumers (Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Select Blogroll, YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat, and more), urban, aged 15-49 (65%), and 49-59 (25%) Text/photo & Professional Narrator Voiceover Ad 30-second ad $150 for one spot $200 total for two spots (the same ad run twice); *add $50 per additional spot for the same ad *add $100 per different version if you want multiple different ads of the same length 60-second ad $300 for one spot $500 total for two spots (the same ad run twice); *add $100 per additional spot for the same ad *add $175 per different version if you want multiple different ads of the same length Full Custom Video with Edit Ad (if commercial is provided fully edited and ready to air by advertiser, then the text/photo rates will apply instead) 30-second ad $500 for one spot $800 total for two spots (the same ad run twice); *add $75 per additional spot for the same ad *add $150 per different version if you want multiple different ads of the same length 60-second ad $975 for one spot $1,250 total for two spots (the same ad will run twice) *add $100 per additional spot for the same ad *add $225 per different version if you want multiple different ads of the same length Additional ad opportunities Social Media/Online Text: $60 Visual: $100 *$40 per additional online platform [i.e. Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, etc.) *$40 per additional day *$10 per additional post Product placement Products included in episode with captions and credits at end: $100 Venue used in episode with captions and credits at end: $200 (must be in vicinity of the area where the TV series is taped, whether Atlanta or Jacksonville; additional costs may be applied if all cast members are requested to attend to account for travel)

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