Upcoming Events

    • Wednesday, January 17, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Bar Hygge, 1720 Fairmount Avenue
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    Under the Influence: How Brand Advocates Make Your Business Boom

    Presented by Josh Yeager, Co-Founder, Bright Brothers Strategy Group

    When mega-celebrity Beyoncé Knowles mentioned Red Lobster in her 2016 Super Bowl performance, the revered casual dining chain saw a 33% spike in year-over-year sales. That’s testament to the power of “Influencer Marketing” -- but your business isn’t as large or as well-known as the home of never-ending shrimp, and you don’t need Queen Bae as an advocate to leverage the same type of influence over new and potential customers. In this session, Josh will share tips for identifying who your brand advocates are, where and how to find them, and the best ways for creating superstar marketing practices for your own business in the Art Museum Area district.

    Attendees will learn:

    • How to identify local influencers and existing brand advocates
    • Use scenarios for creating an influencer marketing program for your business
    • Things you need to know in terms of compliance and FTC regulations around this vetted marketing practice

    Bright Brothers Co-Founder Josh Yeager is a seasoned marketing strategist with over 20 years in marketing, communications and business consulting. He is the author of a 300-level digital marketing course, organizer of the Downtown Tempe Authority’s Marketing Symposia, public speaker including the annual BOLO marketing conference, Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International (HSMAI) Arizona Chapter, Keynote Speaker with Arizona Sunbelt Chapter of Meeting Professionals International (PMI),  guest speaker at Arizona State University, and at IDA conferences around North America.  A resident and native Philadelphian (with a really crazy commute), Josh is in his seventh term on the Board of Directors for the Tempe Tourism Office in Arizona, works on the Design Advocacy Group’s (DAG) Historic Preservation Task Force and consults around the globe with downtown districts, CDCs, CVBs, BIAs, BIDs, BIZs, DMOs, PMDs and lots of other acronyms.


    • Monday, February 12, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Fairmount CDC World HQ, 2837 W. Girard Avenue
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    Join us for a round table discussion with peer businesses to discuss what GAMBA has planned for 2018, issues particularly impacting our professional services businesses, and to brainstorm events / promotions / programs to collectively support our office / professional service community. As we enter 2018, this annual discussion is one of the best opportunities to help set the direction of events and priorities for the year. Refreshments will be provided. Free for both members and non-members.

    • Wednesday, February 14, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Fairmount CDC World HQ, 2837 W. Girard Avenue
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    Join us for a round table discussion with peer businesses to discuss what GAMBA has planned for 2018, issues particularly impacting restaurants, and to brainstorm events / promotions / programs to collectively support our restaurant community. As we enter 2018, this annual discussion is one of the best opportunities to help set the direction of events and priorities for the year. Refreshments will be provided. Free for both members and non-members.

    • Friday, February 16, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Fairmount CDC World HQ, 2837 W. Girard Avenue
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    Join us for a round table discussion with peer businesses to discuss what GAMBA has planned for 2018, issues particularly impacting our retail businesses, and to brainstorm events / promotions / programs to collectively support our retail community. As we enter 2018, this annual discussion is one of the best opportunities to help set the direction of events and priorities for the year. Refreshments will be provided. Free for both members and non-members.

    • Saturday, April 28, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia
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    About the Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl

    The Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl is a free annual, indoor/outdoor festival for art lovers of all mediums, which transforms the Art Museum Area of Philadelphia into an eclectic showcase of local artists and performers in its streets, restaurants, businesses, shops and bars. The event features emerging and ground-breaking artists in a range of media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media. The festival includes more than 40 exhibits in all! Children and families participate in craft-making activities, face painting, sidewalk chalk art and other entertainment. Each year the event attracts over 4,000 visitors to the Art Museum Area neighborhoods of Philadelphia.


    Levels of Support

    PRESENTING

    $5,000

    PREMIER

    $2,500

    SUPPORTER

    $1,000

    NEIGHBOR

    $500

    Official Presenting Sponsor

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    Logo and recognition on social media (~2,500 followers) and in e-blasts (~5,000 contacts).

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    Logo on event poster (~300 printed) displayed throughout Philadelphia.

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    Logo on event day banner and program /  map (~2,500 printed).

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    Reserved space at event for promotional purposes (includes 6’ table).

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    To register as a sponsor, please click "Register" in the right-hand column.

    • Saturday, April 28, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia
    Register


    About the Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl

    The Fairmount Avenue Arts Crawl is a free annual, indoor/outdoor festival for art lovers of all mediums, which transforms the Art Museum Area of Philadelphia into an eclectic showcase of local artists and performers in its streets, restaurants, businesses, shops and bars. The event features emerging and ground-breaking artists in a range of media including painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media. The festival includes more than 40 exhibits in all! Children and families participate in craft-making activities, face painting, sidewalk chalk art and other entertainment. Each year the event attracts over 4,000 visitors to the Art Museum Area neighborhoods of Philadelphia.


    To register as a venue, click the "Reigster" button in the right-hand column.

The Greater Art Museum Business Alliance (GAMBA)
GAMBA is a Fairmount Community Development Corp. initiative.
2837 W. Girard Avenue. Philadelphia, PA 19130
 


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