Drum Corps International
CopyCat Music Licensing in running for $250,000

CopyCat Music Licensing in running for $250,000

by Drum Corps International

CopyCat Music Licensing is in the running for a grant in Chase and Living Social's "Mission: Small Business" program. In order to be considered for a $250,000 grant, CopyCat needs at least 250 votes.



Created in 2000, CopyCat Music Licensing specializes in helping music supervisors, directors and companies obtain the music licenses needed for film and television, Internet downloads, DVDs, CDs and custom arrangements.



Since 2002, CopyCat has been helping Drum Corps International and its corps reach out to publishers for permission to arrange and to perform various works, and also to secure music rights for DCI's audio/video products.



With this grant, CopyCat Music Licensing will be able to continue to help composers receive "due compensation" and teach a culture of compliance in regards to the property rights of others.



As part of the campaign, up to $3 million will be awarded to 12 small businesses. Voting ends June 30, 2012. Applicants reaching the 250-vote minimum will be evaluated by a panel of business experts. Grant recipients will be announced on or before Sept. 15.



To vote, login in with Facebook and search for CopyCat Music Licensing (La Crosse, WI) at MissionSmallBusiness.com.



Vote for CopyCat Music Licensing today.



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