Who can nominate a company?
Anyone can do it—an individual, an arts organization, or company employee.

Which companies are eligible?
Companies large and small that support the arts in the United States are eligible. Tax-exempt nonprofit organizations are ineligible. Once a company has been selected as a BCA 10 honoree, there is a 3-year period of ineligibility before a nomination can be submitted again.

What information is needed to nominate a company?
You are asked to submit a 600-word nomination statement. This statement should address how the company supports the arts including: leadership, long-term commitment, impact, addressing community needs, employee and customer involvement, and encouraging other companies to support the arts.

Nominations for the 2015 BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the arts in America are now closed.

The following companies have been recently honored at The BCA 10 for their outstanding support of the arts. They are currently ineligible for the 2015 BCA 10. We congratulate them on their recent honor!

AC Entertainment
Alltech, Inc.      
Aspen Skiing Company
Atlantic Salt, Inc.             
Bacardi USA Inc.             
Bank of America             
BBVA Compass
Brooks Resources Corporation
Chaves Consulting, Inc. Scholastic Inc.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation Tampa Bay Times
Classical Movements, Inc.
Deutsche Bank  United Technologies Corporation
Earl Swensson Associates, Inc. 
Edward Jones
First Community Bank 
Golden Artist Colors, Inc.

lmark Cards, Inc.
Jackson and Company 
John Deere
Kohler Co.
M&T Bank
Masco Corporation
Milliken & Company
PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
Premier Bank
The Boeing Company   
The Hamilton Companies
Thrivent Financial
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
Yum! Brands Inc.