Like The Olympics, Alive with Clive’s New Song Contest Will Create Synergies For Sponsors

Companies that sponsor The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest will reap major rewards for a minimal investment in light of the synergies to be created from their participation as sponsors, and charities can also benefit
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EASTCHESTER, N.Y. - March 27, 2014 - PRLog -- One of the advantages for corporate sponsors of being one of the main sponsors of The Olympics is that they reap the synergistic rewards of being noticed by followers of the other sponsors.  It requires an investment of millions of dollars to be one of the top-tier sponsors of The Olympics, though, and corporate sponsors need to wait two to four years for the opportunity to be a sponsor of The Summer or Winter Olympics.  Now, however, corporate sponsors that want lots of exposure for not much more than a few thousand dollars, instead of millions of dollars, and don’t want to wait two to four years, will have the chance to reap the same type of synergies that are provided to corporate sponsors of The Olympics beginning within the next couple of months by being one of the ten cash or four in-kind sponsors of The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest.

Singer-songwriters who are interviewed on Alive with Clive – Where Today’s Top Singer-Songwriters Thrive! are drawn from the same pool of talent that provides contestants for American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice, and so Phase Two of the Contest, which will take place over 14 weeks and thus provide sponsors with at least 14 weeks of continuous ongoing exposure, has the potential to attract the attention of the millions of fans of America Idol, The X Factor and The Voice for more than three months.

“I learned from the late Stephen Covey in his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, that synergy is one of the most powerful forces in the universe, and it’s used by The Olympics to generate millions of dollars in sponsorship for the benefit of sponsors of The Olympics," says Clive Swersky, Host and Producer of Alive with Clive, "so I decided to harness its power for the benefit of sponsors of The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest too!”

The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest has been designed for all 14 sponsors to each provide a prize worth at least $300 to a winner of all 14 prizes.  In addition, one person will win a car, another will win a 6-night/7-day vacation with flights, the singer-songwriter with the Best Song will win $6,000 in cash and $6,000 in music equipment and/or music related services, and charities will receive $10 per entry up to the first 1,000 entries in the Contest that are submitted by their supporters.

Phase One of the Contest began on February 21, 2014, and Phase Two is now scheduled to begin on May 1, 2014, or as soon as all the sponsors are in place.  The 14 singer-songwriters who generate the most votes in Phase One will move into Phase Two.

Sara Nelms, a singer-songwriter from Florida who is now based in New York City after spending time in Nashville, and who recently released her debut album, Lover, No Longer, has built up a commanding lead in Phase One and appears to be firmly entrenched at the top of the Leaderboard, which can be seen on the Home Page of, just above where the logos of sponsors, with clickable links to their Web sites, will appear.

There are now over 490 video clips from Alive with Clive featuring singer-songwriters performing their own original songs on The Alive with Clive TV Channel on YouTube, and they have been seen over 102,000 times.  In addition, Alive with Clive is now made available each week through Vimeo at

This Week on Alive with Clive features singer-songwriter, Cassandra Kubinski, who has been based in New York City for the past ten years except for a brief stint in Nashville in 2009.  Cassandra holds the record for the most appearances on Alive with Clive, with a total of nine.  In this week's show, her eighth on Alive with Clive, she performs four of her newest songs, including “Not So Different,” a song she wrote to generate awareness about autism, and in 2014 has set a goal to raise at least $1,000,000 with the song for charities that provide programs and services for children affected by autism.  Coincidentally, she has just released the music video for “Not So Different,” and here it is:


An E-Course About The Secret Synergistic Alive with Clive Sponsorship Opportunity has been made available online for sponsors who would like to know how to become a sponsor of The 1st Alive with Clive Quest for the Best Song Contest.  The subtitle of the E-Course is:  “How To Exponentially Boost The ROI Of Your Company’s Sponsorship Dollars, And Gain Massive Additional Exposure For Your Company’s Brand, For Literally Pennies On The Dollar – Starting Right Now!”  To gain instantaneous free access to the E-Course, go to

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