• “Who knew the Celebrity Celebration could grow to the level where Rupp Arena was our only option for the show? And what a show! I see how many details you juggle for the event and yet each year gets better. The celebrities this year were not only recognizable stars all, but were engaging and so much fun for our supporters. Another incredible year for the celebrities, the sponsors, the guests and most importantly the Markey Cancer Center Foundation….”

    — John Leshney

    Director of Development (Former), The Markey Cancer Center Foundation

  • Non Profit

JRJ Productions has been producing successful fundraising events for decades. Beginning with The Freedom Classic Celebrity Golf Tournament is 1988, JRJ has helped raise over $6,000,000.00 for deserving charities around the country. These range from national organizations such as The Special Olympics and the Red Cross to local and regional non-profits such as The Markey Cancer Center in Lexington, KY and The Georgia Baptist Children’s Hospital in Atlanta and The Food Bank of C&SE North Carolina.

We understand the value in the public relations, information dissemination and cultivation of new donors that extend far before and beyond the event’s direct fundraising impact. Our strategy is to create a Win/Win/Win situation. Pleasing the Sponsors while maximizing their marketing, providing a memorable time for the participants and maximizing the funds raised by the event for the Charity.

From Celebrity Golf Tournaments, to Black-Tie Dinners, to Festivals and Concerts, our objective is to not only to raise money for the charity but to also provide a unique and exciting event for all attendees. We are dedicated to efficiently managing the event and the budget (with a philosophy that what money is NOT spent is as important as the that is.) Our considerable amount of direct contacts with many celebrities from the worlds of TV, Film, Sports, and Music and our resources in the industry often provide considerable savings to the client. We know those areas and how to maximize the return. Simply put, our experience enables us to know what works, and just as importantly, what doesn’t.