When Jeffrey Wolfe’s Multi-Media and Beach Events both showed no interest in promoting this year’s Indian Summer Music Festival, a group headed by Marketing Committee member, Jack Bishop, stepped forward to take of the event. They are wanting to rebrand it as the Panama City Beach Seafood, Wine and Music Festival.
Wondering the history of the name “Indian Summer Music Festival” – I actually like the idea of rebranding it to the Panama City Beach Seafood, Wine and Music Festival.
The two things that keep my wife and I from these festivals is the food and the cost. We used to love going to these things, but every time we’d go we’d pay a fortune for crappy food. It sounds like with this, we may still pay a fortune to get in, but at least the food will be good (hopefully).
Check after the break for the full presentation document.
But lets talk about that possible fortune that we may have to pay as an entry fee. What is fair to charge for something like this? I know everyone has to make a profit for it to be worth their while, but are there other ways to generate revenue without charging a hefty entry fee? I’m discussing this without knowing what the proposed entry fee will be.
Anyway, below is a link to the full presentation document:Print Story