Sponsors

MAJOR SPONSORS

 

Wayne M. Densch Charities Inc.

The non-profit organization was founded in 1992 and serves individuals who are homeless, elderly or poor in the Central Florida area. The charity is known for treating young people to lower bowl seats at Magic games and delivering Christmas presents to Medicaid patients in nursing homes.

 

 

 

United Arts of Central Florida

United Arts of Central Florida is a dynamic collaboration of businesses, governments, foundations, arts and cultural organizations, school districts, artists, and individuals. This partnership works to enhance the quality and variety of cultural experiences available throughout Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. Since its inception in 1989, United Arts has invested more than $121 million in local cultural organizations and cultural education. United Arts envisions a diverse, well-attended, fiscally sound arts and cultural community that serves residents and visitors to the Central Florida region. United Arts is deeply grateful to all donors and community partners for sharing this vision.

 

Seminole County

On July 21, 1821, there were two counties that formed Florida: Escambia to the west and St. Johns to the east. In 1824, the area to the south of St. Johns County was designated Mosquito County, with its seat at Enterprise. The county’s name was changed to Orange County in 1845 when Florida became a state, and over the next 70 years several other counties were created. Seminole County was one of the last to split.  Seminole County was created on April 25, 1913 out of part of the northern portion of Orange County by the Florida Legislature. It was named for the Seminole people who historically lived throughout the area. The name “Seminole” is thought to be derived from the Spanish word cimarron, meaning “wild” or “runaway.”

 

Seminole Cultural Arts Council Formed in 1994, the Seminole Cultural Arts Council is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a Member of the Florida Association of Local Arts Agencies and ACE (Arts for a Complete Education).  SCAC is a catalyst for the preservation of local cultural and historic heritage, including performing, literary, visual arts and sciences; serving to sustain, develop and advance the cultural life of Seminole County.  Its mission is to serve, support and nurture the cultural and artistic needs of the county. They are an advocate for the preservation of local cultural and historic heritage, including performing, literary, visual arts and sciences and serves to sustain, develop and advance the cultural life of Seminole County.

 

Sanford Auto Dealers Exchange

There are many auctions in the Central Florida area, yet none can match the reputation, commitment to service and dedication that Sanford Auto Dealers Exchange provides to its dealers. Established in 1991, family owned and operated since its inception. SADE quickly grew into a strong Auction with a solid reputation in the Central Florida Area. Located in Sanford, Florida, the friendly staff, honest and fair deals are just a few qualities that set us apart from the rest and makes us one of the fastest growing dealer auctions in the Southeast. With over twenty years in the business our owners still work the auction arena on sale day. We employ the most qualified, sought after auctioneers in the business and run 6 lanes with an average of over 1600 consignments every week.