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L-R: Jason Dykes (Scotiabank St. Thomas Financial Advisor), Melissa Kempf
(PSFT Theatre Manager), Maria Santos (Scotiabank St. Thomas Branch Manager)
Photo credit: Jenna Oldham, PSFT Front of House Manager

On Wednesday February 26, 2014 representatives of Scotiabank St.Thomas, Maria Santos (Branch Manager) and Jason Dykes (Financial Advisor) graciously presented Port Stanley Festival Theatre with a cheque for $5,000 as Corporate Sponsors of the upcoming theatre season.

"The generosity of our community is what keeps the theatre running season to season. Whether it be the patrons who watch each summer performance, the members who join us for our annual meetings or the sponsorships we receive from local businesses such as Scotiabank," says Theatre Manager Melissa Kempf.

Kempf is delighted to have Scotiabank St.Thomas as first time Corporate Sponsors for the 2014 Season. Sponsorship is a vital part of the operational funding of the theatre being that they are a not-for-profit tourist attraction. "For residents of Port Stanley, our community reaches far beyond the streets of Colborne, Union and Fairview. Thus it was only natural to provide the opportunity of sponsorship to business in St.Thomas and London as well," explains Kempf.

Along with funding from the Ontario Arts Council, joining the theatre's sponsorship program this summer are Elgin County Tourism as Season Sponsor; the Windjammer Inn, Kettle Creek Inn, Studio Style, Wendy's of St.Thomas, Russell House Ladies Apparel as Show Sponsors; GT's Bar and Grill as Membership Sponsor; Broderick's Ice Cream Parlour, Impressions Printing, McBain Signs, Orchestra London, The Roxy Diner, Helen and Richard Haddow of Re/MAX and The London Yodeller as PSFT Community Partners; Port Stanley Legion as Youth Sponsor; and The London Free Press, Port Stanley News.com and Coffee News as Media Sponsors.

Anyone interested in purchasing tickets for the upcoming season may find more information at the theatre's website www.portstanleytheatre.ca or by calling the box office at 519-782-4353.

The Board of Directors and staff of Port Stanley Festival Theatre would like to welcome Scotiabank of St.Thomas and extend their many thanks to all their 2014 Sponsors for playing a part in our community.


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