2014 Sponsors


Springfield Art Museum
1111 East Brookside Drive
Springfield, MO 65807
(417) 837-5700

Incorporated in 1928, The Springfield Art Museum is dedicated to enhancing the education and documenting the cultural heritage of the people of southwest Missouri through the collection, preservation and exhibition of art objects. We are stewards of the community’s most valuable cultural treasures, and the future of the Museum and its programs continues to be bigger and brighter than ever.


LaborMax Staffing
211 South Market, No. 103logo
Springfield, MO 65806
 (417) 883-8388

LaborMax is a staffing agency that fills part-time, full-time, and temporary-to-permanent positions in a wide variety of industries, from general labor to clerical/office to skilled trades and beyond. Founded in 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada, LaborMax now has 50 locations in 17 states, and is proud to be part of Downtown Springfield.

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Bistro Market by Price Cutter
401 South Avenue
(417) 869-1840

Bistro Market by Price Cutter is an urban grocery store and restaurant featuring fresh produce, natural and organic foods, gelato, Bistro-to-Go, salad bar, olive bar, Bistro Grill and Delicatessen, wine and beer, Starbucks coffee, gourmet cheeses, and more. Bistro Market is the latest innovation of Price Cutter, a local supermarket chain that grew from a single mom-and-pop grocery store established by founder John Ramey in 1919.


Wil Fischer Companies
3539 W. Farm Road 142

Wil Fischer Companies has been a distributor of fine beverages to the Ozarks Region since 1966. Wil Fischer represents such well-known brands as Budweiser, Busch and Michelob, as well as Monster Energy drinks, Dad’s Root Beer and Springfield Brewing Company craft brews.


Downtown CID
304 W. McDaniel

The Downtown Community Improvement District is a self-taxing district that provides services in the downtown area targeted to making downtown clean, safe and friendly. The itsdalldowntown.com Web site is the definitive guide to what’s happening in art, dining, shopping and entertainment in the Downtown Arts District, as well as in the historic districts of Commercial Street and Walnut Street.


Springfield Regional Arts Council
411 Sherman Parkway
417-862-ARTS (2787)
Springfield Regional Arts Council’s mission is to develop, support, strengthen and make excellence in the arts accessible to all Springfield area residents. SRAC is located at the Creamery Arts Center in Jordan Valley Park, which features space for workshops, classes, performances, receptions, set building and costuming as well as office space and meeting space for numerous arts and cultural agencies.