Freedom Hall Sponsors
We would like to thank all the Freedom Hall Sponsors for our 2019-2020 season sponsors. With their continued support to the fine and performing arts, Freedom Hall is able to bring quality entertainment to the southern suburbs of Chicago.
J. Murray & Associates is a Chicago area marketing agency specializes in Creative Design, Print and Digital Marketing, Website Design and Development, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Social Media Marketing for businesses and organizations.
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90.9fm WDCB Chicagoland’s Choice for Jazz, Blues, News and More.
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Kluger Furs is a full-service furrier located in Flossmoor, Illinois. They sell new and used fur coats and offer fur coat storage, cleaning, repairs and restyling. If you’re looking for a casual everyday fur, Kluger Furs has fur coats, shearlings, leathers, and outerwear. Or, if you’re looking for a spectacular evening fur, they have an elegant assortment of mink coats and jackets, sheared furs, cashmere capes, knit furs, wraps, and shawls. Kluger Furs also has the largest discount fur outlet in the Chicago area.
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The Chicago Dough Company makes gourmet Chicago-style pizza in several varieties. They offer thin crust, double crust, a unique deep dish, and, of course, traditional stuffed and Calabrese pizzas.
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Bimba Manufacturing is a forward-thinking innovator of actuation technology, specializing in providing cutting-edge solutions to engineering challenges.
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Baxter & Woodman is one of the largest civil engineering firms in the Midwest. A network of offices provides our clients with local presence and responsive service.
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Homewood Disposal, a family-owned business for over 50 years, has grown from a small scavenger company to a full range solid waste, transportation, recycling, and disposal service company.
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Southland Arts, Municipalities, and Business Alliance (SAMBA) is an economic and community development organization. Its mission is to build stronger communities, neighborhoods, and economies by uniting wide-ranging cultural resources with an expanding business community to enrich the lives of the diverse population of Chicago’s southern suburbs.
Visit their website at southlandarts.org
Plus One AV has been designing and installing systems since 1984. They incorporated in 2001, moving into our 4,500 square foot facility in Frankfort, IL. Many organizations have selected Plus One AV to install systems for them based on their reputation for professional engineering, quality workmanship, and responsible service.
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The Village of Park Forest began as a plan to provide housing for GIs returning from World War II. It was the first post-war planned community and its innovative design has been recognized and used as a model for towns throughout the world. The Village of Park Forest has received numerous livability citations including two All-America City Awards, two Governors Home Town Awards and, most recently, its downtown redevelopment received the Burnham Award for excellence in planning.
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Illinois Arts Council Agency mission is to build a strong, creative, and connected Illinois through the arts. They serve the people of Illinois through a variety of grants and services, primarily geared to:
– Support Illinois’ Arts Sector: Operating and technical support provided to organizations and programs statewide help keep Illinois’ arts sector vital, vibrant, and accessible to all.
– Advance Arts Education: The arts can be a part of the education of every single child in this state through the programs, services, partnerships, and collaborations of the Illinois Arts Council Agency.
– Foster Creativity and Working Artists: Resources, opportunities, and direct support for the work of individual artists — the foundation of Illinois’ creative environment.
Visit their website at arts.illinois.gov