WEBINAR: 2013 BCA 10 Case Studies
November 21, 2013 at 3:00 P.M. EST
Hear directly from 2013 BCA 10 honorees from Aspen Skiing Company, Premier Bank and Yum! Brands, Inc. about why they partner with the arts and learn how to create successful partnerships between the arts and business in your community. For more information and to register, visit Americans for the Arts Webinars (no cost to Americans for the Arts members—join now and save!). This webinar is presented in partnership with the Arts and Business Council of New York. Americans for the Arts thanks Aetna for its generous support of this program.
“A core value of the Aspen Skiing Company business model is providing opportunities that define the uniquely Aspen experience—mind, body, and spirit. We support an initiative that brings our guests ‘art in unexpected places,’ and partner within the arts to foster connections between the cultures of skiing and art to engage, inspire, and to challenge expectations.”
-Mike Kaplan, President and CEO, Aspen Skiing Company
"We believe arts and culture not only improve our community’s broader economic outlook, but create a welcoming sense of place and desirable quality of life. Premier Bank understands the essential role creativity has in growing businesses and spurring innovation. We promote the growth, education, health and overall well-being of the Dubuque community."
-Jeffrey Mozena, President and CEO, Premier Bank
"At Yum! Brands, Inc. we believe in the power of the arts to educate, inspire, and empower all students, especially those who are classified as ‘at-risk’. Working with our local Fund for the Arts organization, we created the Yum! Family Series to leverage the arts and make a difference in the lives of children in our community."
-Jonathan Blum, Chief Public Affairs Officer, Yum! Brands, Inc.