JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A new title sponsor and some top acts will be gracing the stage at the Seawalk Pavilion as part of The CSI Companies Country Music Fest on June 15.
Since 1994, The CSI Companies and its four specialty divisions have connected top talent with leading organizations nationwide. Through its commitment to providing National Staffing and Local Support, The CSI Companies has become one of the fastest-growing recruiting firms today. CSI extends its community contribution beyond providing candidates with flexible job opportunities and connecting clients with top-tier talent through its nonprofit initiative, CSI Gives Back.
“Music brings people together, and we are excited to be the title sponsor of this event,” said Chris Flakus, Chief Operating Officer of The CSI Companies. “This is a great opportunity for us to tell the CSI story and how we can help businesses grow throughout our community.”
Two of the top-billed acts for the one-day festival are Ryan Hurd and Tucker Beathard. Hurd’s latest album, To a T, is out with its title track on the charts for 11 weeks. Beathard released a new song, Better Than Me, and is best known for his hit debut song, Rock On.
“We’ve got a great lineup for a fun day of music at Seawalk Pavilion,” said Sam Veal, executive director of the Jax Beach Festivals. “Thanks to The CSI Companies and all of our sponsors, we know that we’ll have a gorgeous setting on the beach full of good music and great times.”
Other features include a sampling from the San Sebastian Winery, the Law Office of Brett Hastings Food Court, vida de louie tequila at nearby bars and restaurants, as well as Coors Light and Miller Lite available at the concession areas throughout the festival.
“We have a lot of new elements in place around the festival to make it a better event for all the attendees,” said Alan Verlander, Founder and CEO of Airstream Ventures. “Our focus is on how we can continue to make the events better each year, and we’re rolling out some of these new initiatives with one of the best days of live music this summer.”