Hi friends! As we approach completion, we have a few finishing details and loose ends we need to get wrapped up for the Praise Band CD Project, such as artwork and packaging. We plan to press the CDs to be relatively plain, but we would like to include a jewel case with some artwork and information. I am working on a layout now, but I could use A FEW GOOD ARTISTS that would be willing to put in a couple of hours of work on the vision.
Also, in an effort to be both good stewards to our environment and cost-efficient with this project, we would like to use RECYCLED JEWEL CASES for most of our packaging. SO, if you have any clean, empty jewel cases that you’d be willing to donate to the project, could you bring them up to the church please in a clearly marked box or bag and pass them off to me? If we don’t use them all, I’ll make sure they make it to the Computer Recycling Center!
As we start to wrap this project up, I will do my best to email those of you who have already committed to buy and let you know where we’re at. We had a few musical and scheduling setbacks that have slowed us down just a little, but with every ounce of my extra time, I am working to have it to you before Christmas (what a great gift idea)! Your help in the above areas will really go a long way to meeting that goal. =)
If you have NOT committed to buy, but are interested, the CDs will be selling for $12 each, both before and after they are completed! Once we recover the costs involved, all proceeds will go to benefit the various music programs at Campbell. It’s a win-win project, and we’re VERY excited and anxious for you to hear it! For a song list and band information, hit up www.myspace.com/cumcworship! And if you want me to add your name to the list, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your continuing support and feedback.
Again, we need:
A few artists to help meet some graphical needs
Clean, empty CD Jewel Cases (no DVD boxes, no double cases, no paper cases, no cardboard sleeves… just plain jewel cases!)
Blessings — Kory Wilcox, Contemporary Worship Leader