And now for a word from our sponsors…
The Kitsap Chordsmen is a terrific organization in Kitsap County. If you’ve never heard them sing, you’re missing out. They are an elite barbershop quarter orchestra and have won awards for their singing prowess. They have their annual gala coming up at the Admiral Theater on Saturday, October 9th. Two shows are on tap – 2:00 and 7:00.
Here is some additional information on this organization, including how you can support them through sponsorships and/or ticket sales…
The group formed in 1978 and has been delighting individuals and groups throughout the Kitsap Peninsula since that time. They currently have over 40 members and perform both locally and in regional competitions. They have been recognized as one of the top groups in this district.
The Chordsmen hold an annual show at the Admiral Theater in Bremerton. This year, the gala event is titled, “Ghost of the Admiral.” There are two shows on October 9th, one at 2:00 pm and one at 7:00 pm. It’s going to be nautical nonsense run amok! If you have yet to hear them, you are in for a treat.
The Kitsap Chordsmen are actively seeking corporate sponsors to help not only deliver a spectacular annual show, but to help them continue to enchant audiences all over the region. Would you consider becoming a sponsor? We have three ways that you can support the organization:
Silver: $250 – sponsor listed in show program, and listed (with contact & links) on Chordsmen sponsor page, plus 2 tickets to the annual show.
Gold: $500 – sponsor listed in show program, and listed (with contact & links) on Chordsmen sponsor page, plus 4 tickets to the annual show. Sponsor will be publicly acknowledged at the annual show.
Platinum: $1,000 – sponsor listed in show program, and listed (with contact & links) on Chordsmen sponsor page, plus 4 tickets to the annual show and a performance by a Chordsmen quartet (to be scheduled at a mutually agreed time & date). Sponsor will be publicly acknowledged at the annual show.
You can learn more about the Chordsmen as well as purchase tickets through their website.
This is a unique group that really impacts this community through music. I hope you will take the opportunity to hear them for yourselves. You will be happy you did!
P.S. You can follow them on Facebook by clicking here.
Now back to our regularly scheduled programming…
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