Includes a copy of The Arts Factor 2014 Report, June 2014 Press Release, infographics, and sample social media content.
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Sample Social Media Content
Here are some sample tweets and Facebook posts you can use to help us promote The Arts Factor findings on social media.
- #BostonArts pumps $1 billion of direct spending into the region and provides 26,000 jobs. #ArtsData #ArtsMatter http://ow.ly/xFNGs
- Greater Boston has more arts & cultural organizations per capita than any other US metro area. #ArtsData #BostonArts http://ow.ly/xFNGs
- 18 Million ppl are welcomed by #BostonArts every year – that’s enough to sell out #Fenway Park 488 times! #ArtsData http://ow.ly/xFNGs
- Thoughtful, informed investments in #BostonArts make Boston more vibrant, connected, and diverse. #ArtsData http://ow.ly/xFNGs
- Paid admission to cultural orgs covers only 30% of the cost to produce the event. #ArtsData #BostonArts #ArtsMatter http://ow.ly/xFNGs
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ArtsBoston report finds arts and culture bring $1.4 billion to local economy [Download Word doc]
BOSTON, MA – The Arts Factor 2014 Report, released today by ArtsBoston, offers new research that details how the region’s nonprofit arts and cultural sector builds stronger communities and strengthens the local economy. The report highlights that arts and culture pump $1.4 billion into the local economy through both direct spending by cultural organizations and incremental spending by audiences beyond the cost of admission. In addition, the report, which was sponsored by Bank of America, marks total attendance to arts and cultural events at more than 18 million people annually, more than four times the total attendance for Boston’s four major professional sports teams combined.
For media inquiries, please contact:
Director of Marketing & Communications
jenf (at) artsboston.org
The Arts Factor 2014 Report is made possible through the generous support of: