Alive with Clive Invites Sponsors To Sponsor New Quest for the Best Song Contest

With this innovative new Contest, Alive with Clive is offering sponsors a unique opportunity to create a connection with the millions of fans of American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice who enjoy discovering talented emerging singer/songwriters
EASTCHESTER, N.Y. - Nov. 3, 2013 - PRLog -- Shows like American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice have proven to be immensely popular with music fans in the 18-49 demographic and Baby Boomers over the past several years.  Concurrently each week at, Alive with Clive, the TV show that gives fans of American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice an exciting new choice, has been featuring online the world’s most talented emerging and established singer/songwriters who perform their own original songs.  Now Alive with Clive is inviting sponsors to participate in the upcoming 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest that will run from January 30 until April 30, 2014, to capture the attention of fans of American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice.

Based on the current plan for the Contest, fans of Alive with Clive who answer five questions and select their favorite song from This Week on Alive with Clive, and who nominate a charity, every week of the Contest will be eligible to win either a car or a 6-night/7-day stay at a fabulous resort with flights to the resort from within the U.S., and others who enter the Contest in the same way in one or more of the 13 weeks of the Contest will be eligible to win all of the other 14 prizes provided by the sponsors.  In addition, there will be thousands of dollars’ worth of prizes for the three singer/songwriters whose shows generate the most contest entries, and charities that generate the most contest entries from supporters of charities will receive thousands of dollars in contributions too.

“This Contest is being designed not just to give sponsors an opportunity to build an enduring relationship with consumers who buy their products and services,” says Clive Swersky, Host and Producer of Alive with Clive and the creator of the Contest, “but also to enable the sponsors to capitalize on the synergies that will flow from their efforts to promote their participation in the Contest.”

While the investment required to sponsor American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice, or to advertise on those shows with any degree of regularity, runs into millions of dollars, the sponsors who move quickly to claim one of the 14 soon-to-be-highly-coveted sponsor slots in The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest will need to invest less than $15,000.

To date, more than 220 singer/songwriters have been interviewed on Alive with Clive and the more than 440 clips on The Alive with Clive TV Channel on YouTube at have been seen over 91,000 times.  This clip featuring singer/songwriter, Kat Quinn, singing “What Love Feels Like” has received the highest number of views over the past 30 days:


Companies that become Sponsors of The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest soon can gain additional bonus exposure by also providing a prize for The Current Alive with Clive Quarterly Contest that began on October 31, 2013, and runs through January 29, 2014.

Companies that would like to gain access to the Sponsor Proposal for The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest online and submit a signed Sponsor Application to be the exclusive Sponsor for their market segment in the Contest should send an email to clive at (use @ sign with no spaces) as soon as possible.  In addition, Sponsor Applications submitted before November 23, 2013, qualify for distinct advantages.

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