Business and Arts 2019

Business & Arts Luncheon

Inspiring Leadership and Building Community

Join Keynote Speaker Beth Ford and fellow Twin Cities business leaders for a lunch and conversation surrounding access to the arts and its ability to build community and inspire our future leaders. This event will also feature a special, live musical number from CTC performers!

Tuesday, May 21, 2019
11:30am - 1pm

Children's Theatre Company
Cargill Stage
2400 3rd Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404



Beth Ford
LEADING SPONSOR $10,000
  • One and one half table of 15, premiere seating
  • Verbal and logo recognition at program’s beginning
  • Half page ad in event program
  • Facebook recognition on day of event
  • Logo recognition on Business and Arts webpage
  • Logo recognition on signage at event
SUPPORTING SPONSOR $5,000
  • Table of 10, preferred seating
  • Verbal and logo recognition at program’s beginning
  • Quarter page ad space in event program
  • Facebook recognition on day of event
  • Logo recognition on Business and Arts webpage
  • Logo recognition on signage at event
TABLE SPONSOR $2,000
  • Table of 10, standard seating
  • Facebook recognition on day of event
  • Name recognition on Business and Arts webpage
  • Name recognition on signage at event
ARTS ADVOCATE SPONSOR $1,000
  • One half table of 5, standard seating
  • Facebook recognition on day of event
  • Name recognition on Business and Arts webpage
  • Name recognition on signage at event
SINGLE TICKETS are available for $100
Please contact Suzy Q. Piper, Special Events Manager, at [email protected] or 612.872.5130 to reserve your table.

Sponsors of the 2019 Business & Arts Luncheon

Supporting Sponsors

Table Sponsors

CarVal Investors
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Korn Ferry

Arts Advocate Sponsors

Accenture, CBRE, Delta Air Lines, Eide Bailly LLP, General Mills, KNOCK, Inc., Mall of America, Minnesota Bank & Trust, The Pentair Foundation, Robins Kaplan LLP, Wells Fargo


As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, CTC depends on events like the Business and Arts Luncheon to continue serving the Twin Cities through professional productions on its stages; high-quality arts education programs at the theatre and in public schools; and access opportunities that ensure our theatre is a home for all families.