Tyscot Music & Entertainment has announced a Win-Win Massive Give-Away program that targets church conference coordinators and event planners with vintage Tyscot gospel and inspirational albums to stuff into gift bags for special occasions and conferences. “I’ve attended a lot of conferences over the years,” says Tyscot Music & Entertainment President, Bryant Scott. “There’s usually a goodie bag with promotional gifts in them, so we came up with this idea to give event planners an assortment of our product for their gift bags for the price of shipping and handling. It’s a win-win for the planners, the recipients and for us as it further builds the awareness of our vast catalogue.”
For the cost of shipping and handling, Tyscot will send an assortment of inspirational and gospel CDs for event organizers to place in gift bags for conferences and special events. The packages will include a variety of vintage CDs by artists such as The Rance Allen Group, The Pace Sisters,Bishop Leonard Scott, Bishop Larry Trotter, The Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards, Lucinda Moore, GMWA Men’s Choir, Joshua’s Troop, Kathy Taylor Brown, The Las Vegas Mass Choir, Ron Kenoly, Sean Simmonds, VaShawn Mitchell, and many others. To inquire about quantities for your next event, email Jordan Britain at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT TYSCOT MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
Tyscot Records is the oldest operating African-American gospel music recording label in the world. The company was founded in 1976 by dentist Dr. Leonard Scott and his late nephew, Craig Tyson, a musician. The Indianapolis-based concern has introduced the world to some of gospel music’s biggest acts ranging from John P. Kee, VaShawn Mitchell and Deitrick Haddon in the early days to new stars such as Anthony Brown & Group therAPy, Casey J, and Kelontae Gavin. Some of the classic songs in the company’s vast catalogue are John P. Kee’s “Jesus is Real,” Casey J’s “I’m Yours” and Anthony Brown & group therAPy’s “Worth.” In 2010, Tyscot branched off into the film industry with the Blessed and Cursed film starring Deitrick Haddon. The company has since created other motion picture vehicles such as A Beautiful Soul and Switching Lanes.