Daily Archives: September 8, 2017
Sound Royalties Pledges $250,000 in Interest-Free Financing to Florida Music Community Ahead of Hurricane Irma
West Palm Beach, FL – September 7, 2017 – As Category 5 Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, Sound Royalties, a music-industry specialty finance firm based in the state, today announced a preemptive pledge of $250,000 in interest-free and fee-free royalty advances to all Florida music professionals who anticipate being affected by this historic storm.
Sound Royalties is urging any Florida music professionals who may need an advance in light of Hurricane Irma to contact them as soon as possible, since the company’s own operations may also be affected.
This special interest-free financing offer is available to any songwriters, producers, artists, or others in the industry residing in the state of Florida. Sound Royalties will immediately advance up to $5,000 to all qualifying music professionals to assist with their storm preparation or potential recovery efforts.
“Sound Royalties wants our neighbors in the Florida music community to know that we’re here; we’re standing with you in preparation for this potentially catastrophic storm headed to our doorstep,” said the company’s Founder and CEO Alex Heiche. “After seeing the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, we need to act now to ensure that people have the funds they need to properly prepare their homes and families, to evacuate, or to deal with any consequences once the storm passes.”
Sound Royalties’ preemptive offer to Florida residents follows a similar program the company launched last week for those in Texas impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
To the music community anticipating effects from Hurricane Irma, please call Sound Royalties at 855-975-1490or apply online today at http://soundroyalties.com/apply/. Our professional funding executives are standing by and ready to help.
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