Thanks for your interest in supporting animal rescue and giving the Party Animals (our non-profit) and Atlas Star Records an opportunity to help the community. Here’s an overview and some of the details for the reality show being produced.
Artists audition with a team of 5 that a team leader has chosen. The artists perform 2 original songs with live video audition, then the whole team will be interviewed in order to be considered for casting on “Party Animals.” After a series of auditions, one team will be chosen and cast to participate in competing for the Party Animal's grand prizes.
Their adventure begins with receiving a $2500 budget that they’ll use to plan a rescue charity event over the course of 4 weeks. If they are not at least 30% profitable with their benefit fundraiser for the the charities, unfortunately their journey on Party Animals ends. If they throw 4 consecutive, successful events, they’ll be awarded $50k to either take home with them or use that money on a 5th show and grand finale at Joe Riley Stadium, keeping whatever they don’t use plus the profit generated, as their grand prize. In addition, they will receive a recording contract from Atlas Star Records.
Weekly episodes are 1 hour long and will capture highlights, heated moments and a behind-the-scenes look at the teams’ dynamics, as they build monthly showcases and plan profitable events. The episodes will be viewable to subscribers only at www.partyanimalstv.com/watch.
100% of the recouped seed money, plus the profit after each round will benefit the charities. The non-profits are as follows…
Waters Edge Great Dane Rescue
Carolina Coonhound Rescue
Southern Paws Animal Rescue
Lakeside Animal Rescue
Libby and Mace’s Place Animal Rescue
Lowcountry Lab Rescue
BAC Penny Paws Zion Orphanage in Uganda and....
aspiring artists from the poorest parts of the world.
Episode 1: We’ll show scenes from the artists’ audition and then show how teams lock in the date for their first event and assign roles to each member of the team. Our host will interview them to get the back story of the group’s members. There will also be scenes from the perspective of the rescues who will benefit as a result of the teams’ efforts. The teams will be prodded by our host with tough questions and pose touch decisions to the teams, who will have to respond quickly.
Episode 2: The teams are filmed as they develop their marketing and advertising plans. Producers will film their decision-making processes as cast members enter confessional booths describing their experience. During this time, they'll be given the option to use a portion of their budget to choose to hire 1 out of 4 characters to be a Specialist or a Spy helping the team for success. They have to hear a 1 minute proposal from each character and then make their decision. However, 3 out of the 4 characters will be trained actors with made up backstory about how their event planning career has been and 1 character will be an actual professional event planner. Also, another rescue will be featured and interviewed.
Episode 3: The team launches their promotions and will be filmed as they try to recruit fans and attract an audience. More drama and more confessionals will arise.
Episode 4: They prepare to execute their show, taking care of any last minute details and then finally, they will carry out their performance and manage a 3 hour, live charity event that will be condensed into a 90 minute episode.
The groups will have $2.5k in their budget for their first show, $5k for the second round, $10k for the third round, $20k for round 4 and $50k for their grand finale.
Sponsors provide wall signs that will be placed on the set of “Party Animals” for $200 a month. 50% of that fee will be split evenly among the charities and a receipt for the donation will be issued. Atlas Star Records and Party Animals will tag the wall ad sponsors every week that the signs are in place.
For $500 our production crew will come in and actually record a scene at your place of business..
Each round of the show can be sponsored as well, for double the amount in the contestants’ budget. Here’s what the sponsors can expect in return...
With a $5k contribution, 25% will be donated to the charities. The sponsor covers Round 1 contestants’ seed money and helps with production/promotion/advertising costs. In return, sponsors will receive a receipt for their donation from all non-profits and a receipt for the advertising business expense. They’ll also receive 30 days of sponsored social media ads plus a :30 second video-commercial placed in 4 episodes.
With a $10k contribution, 25% will be donated to the charities. The sponsor covers Round 2 seed money and helps with production/promotion/advertising costs. In return, sponsors will receive receipts for the donation and the advertising business expense. They’ll get 60 days of sponsored social media ads plus a :60 second video-commercial placed in 8 episodes.
With a $20k contribution, 25% will be donated to the charities. The sponsor covers Round 3 seed money and helps with production/promotion/advertising costs. In return, they will receive a receipt for the donation and the advertising business expense. They’ll also get 90 days of sponsored social media ads plus a :90 second commercial placed in 12 episodes.
With a $40k contribution, 25% will be donated to the charities. The sponsor covers Round 4 seed money and helps with production/promotion/advertising costs. In return, they will receive a receipt for the donation and the advertising business expense. They’ll also get 120 days of social media ads plus a :90 second commercial placed twice in 16 episodes.
With a $100k contribution, this makes the sponsor the “Headlining Sponsor”. 25% will be donated to the charities. The sponsor covers the Grand Prize money and helps with production/promotion/advertising costs. In return, they will receive a receipt for the donation and the advertising business expense. They’ll also get 150 days of social media ads, a :90 second video commercial that will be shown 3 times every episode in Season 1. Plus a giant banner seen in every episode in front of millions of estimated viewers and our live audience.
We estimate over 10 million views after the conclusion of Season 1. Ads will run on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Google, Spotify, Twitter and partyanimalstv.com. Sponsors’ logo with a redirect link to their website will be posted on all social media accounts and websites owned by Atlas Star LLC. The logos will also be printed on tickets, flyers and other promotional items.
We look forward to working with you to maximize exposure for our brands and most of all, to raise awareness for animal welfare, children's suffrage and unprivileged talent.