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Our Goals Eliminate Port Huron’s $335,000 subsidy and achieve a net profit for the city.
Our Goals Retain current organizations and shows at a reasonable cost.
Our Goals Keep the Icehawks in Port Huron. The Icehawks are the only pro team in the area that can guarantee 40 dates annually.
Our Goals Work collaboratively with the Regional Marketing Initiative (Discover the Blue). www.bluewater.org
Our Goals Develop McMorran Cares for the CommunityFoundation • Capital Campaign Fund
Honor the PAST by respecting the gift given by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Murphy & Mrs. Clara E. MacKenzie. • Port Huron Figure Skating • Nutcracker Ballet • Port Huron Hospital Foundation Festival of Trees • City of Port Huron Recreation Department/Dance Recitals • Miss Michigan USA • Port Huron Civic Center • First Night New Years Eve • Open Skating • Radio First Home and • Sports Show/Bridal Show • Youth Hockey • Town Hall • Dome Re-Union • BW Sports Fishing Association • International Symphony • Movie Theater • Wedding Receptions • Seminars/Meetings • Circus • Ted Garvin Pack the House Night • Silver Stick • High School & College Graduations
Maintain the PRESENT successes. The Icehawks are the only pro team in the area that can guarantee 40 dates annually.
Expand opportunities in the FUTURE by promoting the growth of sports, entertainment, business and the arts in the Blue Water area. Up to 12 additional concert events in our first 12 months of management, including quality acts which could include the Beach Boys and Vince Gill.
Our vision includes strategic partnerships with FUNFEST PRODUCTIONS, CHEF SHELL’S CATERING and WIER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY.
FUNFEST PRODUCTION INC. An established booking and event coordination organization, they have booked events for the Emerald Theater, The Rock Room, Johnny G’s and Freedom Hill. involved with major events like Riverfest and Stars & Stripes Festival
CHEF SHELL’S CATERING A locally owned and operated organization, they have an impeccable reputation for quality and cost effective food services. satisfied customers include:
A name trusted in our community since 1975, they will assist in the creation of a merchandising area within the arena to enhance the interior of the building.
McMorran Cares for the Community: Capital Campaign Fund November 12, 1957, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Murphy and Mrs. Clara MacKenzie donated the funds necessary to build and equip an auditorium building for public use. The donation was made in memory of the late Henry McMorran. The Kinney Management Group is dedicated to preserving and propagating the McMorran name and community goodwill that was established in 1957.
Honoring the Memory of the Gift Community First • Establish the McMorran Community First Advisory Committee • Group of Key Stakeholders invested in McMorran • Facility Naming Rights (Inside the Facility) • Memorial Room (Green) • Theater • Pavilion Concessions • Pavilion Locker Room • Pavilion Penalty Box • Main Area Concourse (SouthSide) • Main Area Concourse (NorthSide) • Main Area Concessions • Main Area Locker Room • McMorran Lounge
Honoring the Memory of the Gift (cont.) Community First • Collaborative relationship with the Community Foundation to assist with overseeing and allocating financial resources • Charity Connections – Revenue Sharing • 30% of ticket sales sold by a non-profit organization (large ticketed events) goes to that respective charity • 10% of concession sales for large ticket events will also go to the participating non-profit organization
Participation Management Agreement • McMorran Cares for the CommunityCampaign • $30,000 initial capital investment for interior building merchandising area renovation project. • Participation management fee - 10% of gross sales to be paid by the city of Port Huron to Kinney Management Group for services rendered for the period of the contract. • 50/50 profit sharing with the city of Port Huron and Kinney Management Group for any profit made each year for the period of the contract. • 25% of operational savings will be shared with the city of Port Huron.