Dr. Phillips Center reveals ‘Name a Seat’ campaign for the Walt Disney Theater

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Orlando – The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts announced its new campaign—“Name a Seat.” It allows supporters to become a permanent part of the center and make a lasting impact.

Supporters that participate in this campaign will have their names engraved on a plaque that will be attached to one of the many seats in the Walt Disney Theater. Supporters can pick which level they wish to have a seat named, and they will receive confirmation where that seat is located in that section. The nameplate will remain through 2025 or as long as the seats remain in the theater.

“There are 2,700 reasons to contribute to the Dr. Phillips Center’s Name a Seat Campaign,” Kathy Ramsberger, CEO and president of the Dr. Phillips Center, said in a press release. “Each seat in the Walt Disney Theater represents a person – the people who come here as our guests to experience the arts, the artists who perform on the stage, and our staff who makes it all happen.”

The commitment levels for naming a seat in the Dr. Phillips Center are:
Balcony: $1,000
Mezzanine: $2,500
Orchestra: $5,000

The seat donations are fully deductible and the deadline for plaque installation is May 31. Name plaques for the remaining seats will be installed on a quarterly basis.

For more information visit the Dr. Phillips Center’s website or contact them at 407-839-0119.

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