For Int'l. Sculpture Day (4/28/18) a proposal for a "Name This Piece of Art and Win Money" Promotion

Attention art editors, art galleries, art museums, art publications, art critics, art agents and art collectors...Here is some information about a proposal for a very exciting art promotion that could generate a lot of publicity and a lot of revenue!
 
 
See more about the "Name This Piece" promotion at www.barrows.com/ntp-1.html
See more about the "Name This Piece" promotion at www.barrows.com/ntp-1.html
 
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SAN MATEO, Calif. - April 16, 2018 - PRLog -- HERE IS SOME INFORMATION ABOUT A "NAME THIS PIECE OF ART AND WIN MONEY" PROMOTION THAT COULD BE A LOT OF FUN AND GENERATE A LOT OF ADVERTISING REVENUE AT THE SAME TIME!

You can see more about the promotion and download a brochure about the promotion at www.barrows.com/ntp-1.html

International Sculpture Day is coming April 28, 2018, and the start of the Spring Art Auction Season is only a few weeks away in May. During all of this art activity, your company might also be interested in taking a look at the possibility of doing an art promotion along the lines of a "Name this piece of art and win money" promotion that could generate worldwide publicity, worldwide participation and tremendous advertising revenues from all over the globe.

The proposal for this promotion was developed by Robert Barrows, President of an advertising agency called R.M. Barrows Advertising & Public Relations in San Mateo, California.

Barrows is also a sculptor, and this "Name This Piece of art and win Money" promotion would feature a piece of sculpture he did that is being reserved for this kind of promotion.

You can see more about the promotion and download a brochure about the promotion at www.barrows.com/ntp-1.html

The "Name This Piece" promotion was originally designed for art galleries and art museums, and it can also be used by media companies to help generate a lot of buzz and a lot of new business.

In addition to generating a lot of publicity for your company, it could also be used to help generate a lot of advertising revenue.

HERE IS HOW THE PROMOTION COULD BE USED TO HELP GENERATE A LOT OF NEW REVENUE:

1) A big corporate sponsor could put up the prize money and underwrite the costs of the promotion

2) Advertising could be sold on the web pages where you would post this promotion online

3) Additional revenue could come from the eventual auction or sale of the piece

4) Even more revenue could come from the sale of reproductions of the piece in various materials and sizes

5) You could also work with a museum or an art gallery to display the piece and do the promotion

PLUS...

1) It could help your company keep in touch with the public on a daily basis.

2) It will help you build a database of all the people who enter the contest.

3) PLUS, it would be a lot of fun and it would help generate a lot of publicity.

Also, during the Spring Art Auction Season at the big art auction houses, you will likely see stories about famous works of art going for tens of millions of dollars and some works of art may even go for well over a hundred million dollars at some of these auctions.

HERE ARE SOME STORY IDEAS YOU MIGHT WANT TO WRITE ABOUT REGARDING MULTIMILLION DOLLAR ART AUCTIONS AND THE INCREDIBLE PRICES THAT PEOPLE ARE PAYING FOR SOME PIECES OF ART:

A) REGARDING ART AUCTIONS

*At a multimillion dollar art auction, does the second place bidder breathe a sigh of relief, or a sigh of regret?

*Plus, what makes art so valuable and how did the art market get so hot?

*Is art a good investment, and how much art should be in your portfolio?

*Plus, how long after an artist dies does the artwork really become valuable?

B) REGARDING ART PRICES

*How should you price your art?

*Some art sells for millions...some art won't even sell at a garage sale

*If you price your art too high, will people buy it?

*And if you price your art very high, will people start thinking that it really is more valuable, or, will they say that price is crazy!

*And if you price your art very high, will you be able to insure it, and how much should you insure it for?

*And, what can an artist do to make their artwork more valuable in their own lifetime (without having to cut off an ear, or something else)?

At the same time that you do your stories about the incredible prices that people might be paying for some of these works of art, and since the general public at large can't really participate in all these multimillion dollar art auctions, the Name This Piece of Art and Win Money kind of promotion will give people an interesting opportunity to participate in an art oriented promotion that would be fun for all ages.

So, what would you name this piece of art? And imagine if there were a big cash prize for the person whose entry was chosen! It could become a very exciting promotion for your company and you could do it again and again with a variety of artists and sponsors.

You could also set up an online auction for the piece after the naming part of the promotion is done.

You can see more of Barrows' sculpture at www.barrows.com/gallery.html and for more information about the promotion, contact Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations at 650-344-4405, www.barrows.com

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