Sponsoring a Fringe Award
One of the benefits of any Fringe (in addition to the potential for press, money, and exposure) is the opportunity to take away an award.
Most of the awards are independently sponsored by local organizations. Interested in sponsoring an award? Propose an Award.
Here are the terms and conditions for sponsoring an award:
The name of the award cannot include a superlative such as “best of”, “pick of” or “greatest” along with the term Fringe. Ideally, the word “fringe” is not included in the title at all. Awards should be branded for the sponsoring organization, not the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
The sponsoring organization must be able to present both a physical award in the form of a plaque, statuette or the like and a digital award in the form of a image file.
All award information must be submitted online to the Fringe by May 1 of the festival year for consideration.
Sponsors must supply:
- The Name of the Award
- A contact participants to whom participants might pose questions
- A description of the award
- Qualifications for potential shows to participate
- A methodology on how the winners are chosen
- The reward to the winners (does not need to be financial)
- The number of shows the sponsor commits to attend
A representative of the sponsoring organization must be present at the annual awards ceremony (on the last day of the festival) to present the award to the winner(s).
The sponsoring organization must be a legally incorporated organization (LLC, Corp, LLP, etc).
Participation in the Hollywood Fringe Sponsored Awards Program is wholly based on the approval of the Hollywood Fringe organization. No transfer of any funds between fringe and sponsor is required for participation.
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