The BIBT/Inspire will reach out to colleges, clubs, afterschool programs, and non profits, working close with local as well as national artists and creative entrepreneurs, educators and guest speakers. We will take the Inspire bus to all locations, getting acquainted with the community, initializing the beginning of a year long process to return to college campuses and empower sustainability by having a two day show at every stop. First day is a hands-on collaboration of workshops and panels with national guest speakers providing successful business models, curated by local staff & students of middle school, high school, and college clubs alike. The purpose of the workshop is to promote working together to better understand the outcome of large collaborative efforts both locally and nationally.
Second day is a headliner show that generates ticket sales in return for day 1 workshops that teach about money streams, grants and funding through non profits and school event budgets. This will be discounted, in some cases free, for the level of involvement from day #1 workshops and panels, encouraging the next generation to value collaborative efforts towards a bigger goal the community plays in creating together. The 2nd day event will consist of multiple stages including a local stage that gets donations and 50% of ticket sales from a viral standpoint. The more they put in, the more the program upgrades their communities. Teaching the local community to continue the events with new knowledge and a successful business model to re- create the events experience and benefiting from the revenue stream of ticket sales and sponsorships.