Holland Financial has formed a strategic alliance with the Peabody Auditorium for the upcoming 2012-2013 season. The partnership will generate additional revenue for the Peabody to help bring dynamic entertainment to the Daytona Beach area. The agreement, approved by the Daytona Beach City Commission on July 3rd, takes effect August 1st.
“The Peabody is a community treasure. The 2012-2013 season will bring big entertainment names, great performers, and Broadway classics. We are very happy with the City’s decision to accept our financial sponsorship and to grant Holland Financial permission to make the public more aware of our company and services. This is a fantastic and unique opportunity for the City and for Holland Financial,” said David Holland, CEO/Owner of Holland Financial.
Holland Financial will kick off their sponsorship with Hippie Fest on August 24th with a visible presence at each show contracted by the City. David will have the honor of being on stage to introduce each performance. Representatives from Holland Financial will also be on hand to answer questions and to provide educational materials. Signed copies of David’s Confessions of a Financial Planner book series will be available for purchase at each show.
The Peabody Auditorium is operated as an Enterprise Fund and as such must be self-sustaining: covering all costs without using tax dollars. “We greatly appreciate Holland Financial’s commitment to the Peabody. The generosity of our patrons and supporters has helped maintain the Peabody’s sixty-two year legacy of providing diverse entertainment from civic programs to international artists to our residents and visitors,” said Helen Riger, Director of Peabody Auditorium.
Founded in 1997 by David Holland (davidholland.com), Holland Financial offers financial planning, retirement income planning, investment management, and estate/wealth planning as well as annuity and insurance products, through its subsidiaries.
The historic Peabody Auditorium, built in 1949, remains Central Florida’s premiere performing arts center drawing more than 70,000 residents and visitors annually to its stage.