Museum Seeks Support for Leo Fender Exhibits
The Fullerton Museum Center is actively seeking donations and sponsorships to fund two upcoming exhibits honoring Fullerton native Leo Fender. The larger exhibit is “Leo Fender: Fullerton to the World,” and is curated by Orange County Music expert and journalist Jim Washburn, and Richard Smith, author of “Fender: The Sound Heard ‘Round the World.”
The second exhibit celebrates the 30-year anniversary of the permanent Leo Fender Gallery inside the center.
To become a sponsor, follow this link: https://checkout.square.site/merchant/VCKJ4Y3SJ99Y1/checkout/GPTHG3JIMAWCCN7WZRDU6QXW
Sponsorship levels begin at $100 and go o $5000 or higher. Participants will be thanked in the gallery with giant guitar picks featuring their names. Higher level donations also recieve other perks, including show tickets, museum discounts and beer garden priorities.
The city of Fullerton does not financially support the Fullerton Museum Center, and the FMC relies fully on grants and donations to operate. Funding to the FMC is used to pay for staff, exhibits and educational programs.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 714-519-4461.may contribute any amount, and premiums for gifts start at the $100 level