Vermont Symphony Orchestra Honors 2014 Advertising Supporters

Vermont Symphony Orchestra Honors 2014 Advertising Supporters

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra announced today that more than $10,000 was raised through advertising in the 2014 Program Supplement, a publication produced for the past 22 years by the Southwest Vermont Friends of the VSO.

Alan Jordan, Executive Director of the VSO, in making the announcement, said that the Southwest Program Supplement " a good example of local volunteers working with local businesses in support of Vermont's state orchestra. From ad sales to production to printing, this was an all-local effort. The Program Supplement is not just about advertising, it is about enabling this wonderful state orchestra to truly fulfill its mission of 'enriching lives through music'.

"The VSO is celebrating its 80th anniversary this season," Jordan continued. "It is the oldest and one of the most successful state orchestras in the country and can proudly say that it fulfills its core mission of providing significant musical performances, including orchestral, choral, and chamber music, to thousands of listeners each year. Equally important is the role it has crafted in the musical education of young children through its SymphonyKids program, which last year reached more than 30,000 school children throughout Vermont. None of this would be possible without the support of legions of volunteers throughout the state and the financial backing lent to the orchestra by individuals and businesses."

Bomoseen resident, Jennifer Tebbs, chair of the SVFVSO, said that the group was "very grateful" to all of the advertisers who made this year's publication a success. "We owe this group of businesses a big thank-you for its support." She noted that many of the advertisers have been supporting the orchestra for 10 or more years and all are well known area businesses. Our appreciation goes to these advertisers:

About Face Orthodonics

Alderman's Superstores

All Points Animal Care
Allen Pond Dental
Allen Pools & Spas
Ann Clark Ltd.|
Antique Mansion B&B
Automobile International
Baasch Dental
Baker Distributing
Barrows House Inn & Restaurant
Belmont General Store
Birdseye Diner
Café Provence
Carpet King of Vermont
Carris Reels
Castleton State College Fine Arts
Castleton Village Store
Chaffee Art Center
Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C.
Clifford Country B&B
John F. Coco, M.D., P.C.
Crisanver House
Michael R. Dick, D.M.D.
Dorset Inn
Fair Haven Inn
Garland's Farm & Garden
Green Mountain Oral Surgery
The Hair Doctors
Hannoush Jewelers
Harry's Café
David Hassebroek, DDS
Hawley's Florist
Heaton & Fisch Dental Associates
Heritage Family Credit Union
Holiday Inn
Hubbardton Forge
Hull Maynard Hersey Insurance
Peter Kelley, UBS Financial Services Inc
Kenlan Schwiebert Facey & Goss, P.C.
Keyser Energy
Regina Kohlhepp -Dynamic Aging
LawnMaster of Vermont
Ronald N. Lazzaro, P.C.
Lisa Kelley - Kelley Real Estate
McCormack Guyette & Assoc.
Mettowee Mill Garden Center
Mid-Vermont Urology
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
The Mountain Times
Mr. T
Mount Holly Community Association
NBF Architects
Northshire Book Store
O'Brien Shortle Reynolds & Sabotka, P.C.
Park Place Florist
Patricia Pranger, CPA, MBA
Paul's Cleaners
Pratico's Landscaping & Fence
Pratt Vreeland Kennelly Martin & White
Quickprint of Rutland
Red Lotus Wellness
Sandi Reiber / Lang McLaughry Real Estate
Roots & Wings Academy
Rutland Area Food Co-op
Rutland Regional Medical Center
Rutland Veterinary Clinic
Ryan Smith & Carbine, Ltd.
Sage City Symphony
Robert L. Schmidt, D.M.D
Shearer Honda
Slate Valley Physical Therapy
Southern Vermont Hydroponics
Stephanie Stouffer Studio & Gallery
Stone Valley Community Market
Table 24
Trevor Tebbs, Ph.D
Timco Jewelers
Tossing Funeral Home
Vermont Farmers Market
Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic
Waldron & Rhodes Jewelers
Wallingford Country Store & Deli
Wallingford Locker
Wehse & Kinney Insurance
Williams Hardware, Inc.
Wisdom Within, Ink
Wood and Signs
Woods Agency Inc.

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is the only professional statewide orchestra providing live musical experiences for listeners in Vermont. It is a state-supported non-profit institution founded in 1935 and exists for the purpose of fostering and encouraging the appreciation of music in all its various forms, with emphasis on orchestral, choral and chamber music.

If you would like more information or would like to schedule an interview, contact Amy Caldwell at (802) 864-5741 ext. 16 or