Tuesday, February 10, 2009

City of Atlanta seeks corporate 'superheroes' to keep annual jazz festival afloat

Posted By on Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 8:33 PM

click to enlarge Corporate superheroes — activate!
  • Corporate superheroes — activate!

With so many corporations looking for government handouts nowadays, here's an interesting twist. The City of Atlanta has requested a stimulus package of sorts from Atlanta's corporate citizens in order to fund the 32nd Atlanta Jazz Festival.

CL contributor and Jazzlanta blogger Jon Ross discovered the press release — entitled "Save the 32nd Annual Atlanta Jazz Festival" — recently posted by the city in which Camille Russell Love of the Office of Cultural Affairs says:

"The festival will go on," Camille Russell Love declared. "We just need a few corporate superheroes that are passionate about jazz, committed to this community, and understand the importance of maintaining this tradition.

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