Music Series Sponsors

Posted by on March 24, 2017

The Ross Farm Music Series begins its third season of concerts this weekend with a Sunday afternoon concert featuring Nashville musicians Kyle Cox and Matt Hires. While we are proud to continue bringing a lineup of wonderfully talented touring musicians to Basking Ridge, we are delighted to have the generous support of some local businesses this year! This is the first time the music committee has sought sponsorship from businesses, and the response from these new sponsors is greatly appreciated!
Please consider thanking these businesses when you visit them or use their services. They are:

Atelier Salon, 1 Brownlee Place, Basking Ridge
Back to Nature Home & Garden, 3055 S. Valley Road, Basking Ridge
Bobi Commer Real Estate, Coldwell Banker, 39 Olcott Square, Bernardsville
The Cafe at Liberty Cycle, 107 N. Maple Ave., Basking Ridge
Concert Audio, Clifton, NJ
Couch Braunsdorf Insurance, 701 Martinsville Road, Liberty Corner
Country Mile Gardens, 1108 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown
Crawford Academics, 25 Mountainview Blvd., Basking Ridge
Minuteman Restaurant & Pie Shoppe, 990 Mt. Kemble Ave., Morristown
Mockingbird Cafe, 60 S. Finley Ave., Basking Ridge
Safety and Aquatic Solutions,
TAPinto Basking Ridge,
Tull’s Foreign & Domestic Auto Repairs, 130 S. Finley Ave., Basking Ridge

A banner listing the business names and logos will be displayed not only at every music event but also during other Ross Farm activities such as the ARTsee Happening in May, the 2nd Annual Farm to Table Event in September, Somerset County’s Annual Weekend Journey Through the Past in October and other events sponsored by the Friends of the Boudinot-Southard-Ross Estate. The Ross Farm is owned by the Somerset County Park Commission, which has an agreement with the non-profit Friends group to run educational and cultural events in accordance with the FoBSR mission statement. A suggested donation is requested for the each of the concerts in the Ross Farm Music Series, and those donations, along with the business sponsorships, are used to cover expenses associated with the concerts and other FoBSR-related events.

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