Krieg DeVault sponsors Center’s annual gala

10/10/2011 7:53:20 AM



Bali Heir
Chief Marketing Officer
Krieg DeVault
Phone: 317.636.4341

John R. Hughey
Public Relations Manager
Center for the Performing Arts
Phone: 317.660.3377

Krieg DeVault sponsors Center’s annual gala

Carmel, Ind. (October 10, 2011) – Frank Basile, Interim President/CEO at the Center for the Performing Arts, today announced a new partnership with the Central Indiana law firm of Krieg DeVault. The new multi-year agreement includes support for the Center’s annual Encore gala celebration in June 2012. Krieg DeVault’s sponsorship becomes the Center’s second-highest corporate gift to date.

“Krieg DeVault is one of our most generous partners. The new sponsorship solidifies their long-term commitment with the Center in a very big way,” said Basile. “You will be hearing a lot more about the 2012 Encore celebration in the weeks and months to come, but rest assured it will the next great celebration at the Center - thanks to our friends at Krieg DeVault.”

Bali Heir, Chief Marketing Officer at Krieg DeVault, said the ongoing relationship with the Center reflects the firm’s commitment to community investment.

“We are impressed with the programming and the community engagement that’s taking place at the Center for the Performing Arts,” said Heir. “As a community partner we wanted to be involved with the vibrancy and extend our community investment. Supporting the performing arts provides us with the opportunity to align with one of our region’s finest organizations. We look forward to sharing many memorable moments in the months and years to come.”

For clients throughout the Midwest and across the country, Krieg DeVault provides clear, practical legal advice that takes in the big picture without losing sight of the details. That's how we approach your legal challenges and how we deliver solutions that are focused on your needs, your business and your world.

The Center for the Performing Arts, in Carmel City Center, includes the 1,600-seat Palladium concert hall, the Tarkington 500-seat proscenium theater and the 200-seat Studio Theater. The Center is a permanent fixture on the Central Indiana landscape and will provide an extraordinary listening experience for audiences. The concert hall is also home to Michael Feinstein’s Great American Songbook Collection, acting as a museum and education center by day and a concert venue by night.

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