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					                  Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
                                                       2010-11 2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                         Object   ACTUAL BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM            DESCRIPTION                  Code     BUDGET REQUEST BUDGET FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
       REVENUE
   1                         Advertising                    $0         $0         $0
   2                   Publication Sales                    $0         $0         $0
   3                        Ticket Sales               $60,800    $62,700    $39,600
   4                  Merchandise Sales                     $0         $0         $0
   5                    Special Services                    $0         $0         $0
   6                      Miscellaneous                     $0         $0         $0
   7                  TOTAL REVENUE                    $60,800    $62,700    $39,600

       EXPENSES
       Salary/Stipend
   8                     Student Stipend               $12,000    $12,250    $12,000
   9                    Student Salaries                    $0         $0         $0
  10           Professional Staff Salaries                  $0         $0         $0
  11           Professional Staff Benefits                  $0     $1,470     $1,440
  12                Total Salary/Stipend               $12,000    $13,720    $13,440

       General Operating
  13                      Office Supplies                   $0      $265          $0
  14               Professional Supplies                    $0         $0         $0
  15                             Postage                    $0         $0         $0
  16                           Telephone                   $10         $0         $0
  17             Duplicating and Printing                $374       $493       $458
  18                  Professional Fees                     $0         $0         $0
  19           Marketing and Promotion                  $1,752     $3,957     $1,930
  20            Other General Expenses                      $0        $16        $16
  21           Total General Operating                  $2,136     $4,730     $2,404

       Travel/Development
  22                              Travel                $2,792     $9,500     $4,485
  23                  Staff Development                  $650      $4,230     $1,065
  24          Total Travel/Development                  $3,442    $13,730     $5,550

  25              Total Signature Event               $220,450   $299,872   $185,169

  26                    Total Equipment                    $0         $0         $0

  27                 TOTAL EXPENSES                   $238,028   $332,051   $206,563

  28           TOTAL ASUSF SUBSIDY                    $177,228   $269,351   $166,963




                                       Proposed Operating Budget
                         Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule A - Revenue
Account Name: Campus Activities Board

                                                                  2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                    Object   BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                 DESCRIPTION                        Code     REQUEST BUDGET        FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
   1 Advertising



                                 Total Advertising                    $0         $0

   2 Publication Sales



                           Total Publication Sales                    $0         $0

   3 Ticket Sales
     Fall Fest Concert - Student ($10 x 2000)                     $20,000   $20,000
     Fall Fest Concert - Grad/Alumni ($20 x 200)                   $4,000    $4,000
     Fall Fest Concert - General ($30 x 500)                      $15,000   $15,000
     JFJ Concert - Student ($5 x 1500)                             $7,500        $0
     JFJ Grad Students/Faculty/Staff/Alum ($10 x 300)              $3,000        $0
     JFJ Concert - Guests/General ($20 x 600)                     $12,000        $0
     Films - Student ($3 x 200 people x 2 events)                  $1,200      $600 $3 x 200 people x 1 event
                                   Total Ticket Sales             $62,700   $39,600

   4 Merchandise Sales



                         Total Merchandise Sales                      $0         $0

   5 Special Services



                            Total Special Services                    $0         $0

   6 Miscellaneous



                              Total Miscellaneous                     $0         $0

   7                             TOTAL REVENUE                    $62,700   $39,600




                                               Schedule A - Revenue
                             Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule B - Salary/Stipend Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
                                                                        2011-12 2011-12
 LINE                                                       Object     BUDGET AWARDED
 ITEM                    DESCRIPTION                        Code       REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
      8 Student Stipends
        President - Estrella Madani                                        $1,750       $1,750
        Vice President - Elizabeth Nye                                     $1,500       $1,500
        Communications Director - Ajouni Singh                             $1,250       $1,250
        Concert Director - Michelle Salah                                  $1,500       $1,250
        Special Events Director #1 : Amanda Adams                          $1,250       $1,250
        Special Events Director #2: Kelsey Hui                             $1,250       $1,250
        Dance Director: Jeanine Hoy                                        $1,250       $1,250
        Films Director: Elena Quach                                        $1,250       $1,250
        Late Nights Director: Dylan Tonti                                  $1,250       $1,250
                                Total Student Stipends                    $12,250      $12,000

      9 Student Salaries



                                 Total Student Salaries                         $0           $0

    10 Professional Staff Salaries

                      Total Professional Staff Salaries                         $0           $0

    11 Professional Staff Benefits
       Student Benefits (Stipend x 12%)                                    $1,470       $1,440
                   Total Professional Staff Benefits                       $1,470       $1,440

    12                       TOTAL SALARY/STIPEND                         $13,720      $13,440

 BUDGET NOTES:
We have increased the Concert Director's Stipend to reflect the amount of time they spend working on the concerts, as it is two huge
concerts now, which are full time jobs around that time and throughout the planning process. It is certianly obvious that they work more
than just their set 5 hours a week as stated in the constitution. The concert director works over the summer for hour and hours on end
planning and prepping for the Fall Fest Concert, and then as soon as Fall Fest is finished, they must start Jammin' for Justice. This
position is huge and we believe the stipends should be adjusted to reflect the amount of dedication the Concert Director has for CAB
and creating the best event for USF. This change will be reflected in the constitution and the officer's commitment document. We
expect that directors are available and working on CAB projects approximately 10 hours per week total: even though their required
office hours are only 3-5 hours per week, we expect directors to be working outside the office as well. The Concert Director on the
other hand, with the size of the events, dedicates over 20 hours per week to CAB and their event.




                                           Schedule B - Salary/Stipend Expenses
                                    Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule C - General Operating Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activites Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
                                                                        2011-12 2011-12
 LINE                                                       Object     BUDGET AWARDED
 ITEM                    DESCRIPTION                        Code       REQUEST BUDGET               FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
     13 Office Supplies
        Legal Pads (pack of 25 x $17 + tax)                                    $20
        Binders ($6.67 x 9 + tax)                                              $66
        Pens (2 boxes x $16 + tax)                                             $36
                                                                                                     Yes! Granted Through Support
        Blue Tape ($4.97 x 20 + tax)                                          $110
                                                                                                               Services
        Markers ($5 set x 1 + tax)                                              $6
        Tri-Fold Board ($5.89 x 1+ tax)                                         $7
        Sharpie Markers (2 packs x $8.50 + tax)                                $20
                                   Total Office Supplies                      $265           $0

     14 Professional Supplies

                           Total Professional Supplies                          $0           $0

     15 Postage

                                          Total Postage                         $0           $0

     16 Telephone

                                        Total Telephone                         $0           $0

     17 Recruitment
        General Copies                                                        $180         $180
        CAB Brochure (300 x .59 + tax)                                        $194         $194
        Business Cards (500 cards = $35)                                       $35           $0
        Recruitment Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                   $49          $49
        Recruitment Handbills (400 = $35)                                      $35          $35
                            Total Duplicating/Printing                        $493         $458

     18 Professional Fees

                                Total Professional Fees                         $0           $0

     19 Marketing/Promotion
        Sunglasses (200 x $2.23)                                             $446         $446
        Bags (200 x $2.34 + $55 set up)                                      $523            $0
        E-board Polos (10 x $13.12 + tax/ship)                               $165            $0
        T-Shirts (504 x $4.48 + tax )                                       $2,485       $1,484 250 Shirts x $5.42 x $1.095
        Lanyards (250 x $1.35)                                               $338            $0
                            Total Marketing/Promotion                       $3,957       $1,930

     20 Other
        Picture Printing ($0.19 x 75 pictures + tax)                           $16          $16
                                              Total Other                      $16          $16

     21   TOTAL GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSES                                  $4,730       $2,404

BUDGET NOTES:
We are specifically asking for Recruitment Duplicating Funding to advertise applications and the transition period of CAB in the Spring.
We have, in the past, had difficulty in gaining interest and comepetition in the election process. We hope that visually advertising in
addition to Facebook and word of mouth will greatly enhance the turnout.

We have requested funding for a trifold board to set up at involvement fairs to enhance our recruiting process with current pictures and
other visuals at our table. We have also requested extra funding in order to print these pictures for the board (under other, quote from
Walgreens, 4x6 pictures).


Marketing/Promotion Requests:
We have requested Polo Shirts as a new item this year; these shirts shall be different in design and used for different purpose than the
CAB general t-shirts requested under the marketing and promotion section; the polos would be worn at ALL events, with printing on
front and back that signified that those wearing the polos were event staff from CAB e-board. This would enhance visibility of CAB at
events as well as make it clear who has reliable knowledge about what is going on. This idea comes from a recommendation from
Public Safety as a way to create more safe and reliable situations at events; if anyone were to get in trouble, they could easily spot a
CAB member to contact for help. The price for the polo before adding two prints is from the following link:


                                               Schedule C - General Operating Expenses
                                     Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12
Public Safety as a way to create more safe and reliable situations at events; if anyone were to get in trouble, they could easily spot a
CAB member to contact for help. The price for the polo before adding two prints is from the following link:
http://socialimprints.com/items/3756-g880-5-6-oz-ultra-blend-50-50-jersey-polo

The inspiration for many of these items draw from my experience at the NACA Convention we attended for CAB this Fall. Many of the
schools had larger promotional items that were of higher quality and have proven to draw more students into events. We would like to
defer pens, notepads, and smaller items that seem to follow the “office supplies” theme and actually give out useful items that students
will respond to. The free social-networking has its advantages, but we are finding that majority of attendees find out through word of
mouth. Our belief is that these items (sunglasses for instance) will stimulate conversation between students about the upcoming
event. Prior to spring semester, I sent out a survey to students asking what THEY wanted to see on-campus. The following items
were the top-ranked on the survey (attached below). Each item has more specification as to how the items will be distributed, however
with all items, it shall be emphasized with students and enforced with members that the CAB "swag" is to be worn and utilized as often
as possible, and not simply something to be stuck in a drawer. CAB Directors will be required to wear their shirts on meeting days and
event days (before they change into event staff polos), and CAB members will be required to also utilize the advertising capabilities of
the shirts and other promotional items.

Items:

Business cards: Business cards are extremely useful tool for networking, collaborating and gaining interest; how can we expect to be
taken seriously if we don't first take ourselves seriously? When a director meets someone who might be useful or interested in CAB, a
business card is a quick and professional way to exchange information. We wouldn’t need to have each director’s name designated
on it, but if a director needed someone they meet to get in contact with them, they could use the card to write their own personal
information on the back, while also giving the individual all of CAB's information from the get-go. Business cards will be used in many
different settings from at the desk, to Involvment Fairs and meetings.

Sunglasses: These are a great way to get people to come to events. If students see other students wearing the sunglasses around
school and ask how they got them, they'll want to go to the next event for those sunglasses. Take the Chegg College Battle of the
Bands (CBOB) event for example; students unknowingly spread the word by seeing their peers wearing the sunglasses and they in
turn would make the effort to find out how to get the glasses. The CBOB glasses were of higher quality and the ones put into the
budget are similar. We have also seen locally, the success of USFtv's sunglasses, as everyone around was talking about USFtv all
year. The CAB sunglasses will be yellow and black saying "USF CAB" on the side, and will serve as a more permanent, lasting and
visual marketing tool. We will be distributing these with a focus at the beginning of the year, at Kickoff and Involvement Fair so that
they can remain visible during the sunny time of the year, and for the full year of CAB's events.
(http://www.4imprint.com/search/sunglasses/product/109494/Risky-Business-Sunglasses)

Bags: Bags are extremely useful and therefore the chances of students wearing them around is much higher. There is also an
increase in possibility of athletes using them (as we know many are fond of the USF atheletics bags) which gives exposure from a
different group. The back sacs requested are to resupply our stock of bags ordered two years ago. We have altered the design to be a
more functional bag for students, instead making the bag black with yellow writing, but still the fuctionality of a bag for gym, class or
meeting use will put CAB's name in unusual venues for students to be exposed to it. Bags would be distributed to those interested in
CAB at involvement fairs, Kickoff, and general meetings (http://www.4imprint.com/search/cinch%20backpacks/product/9570-
24HR/Nylon-Drawstring-Sportpack-24-hr)

T shirts: These t-shirts will be the cornerstone of CAB's marketing. Everyone will receive t-shirts that say Campus Activities Board with
all the dates for all events for the upcoming year on the back. As students wear their prized free shirts around campus, to the gym,
around the dorms, on the bus back to their apartment, not only is CAB being advertised, but our specific events and dates and how
exactly to get involved. As students, having t-shirts from an organization gives one the memory of having attended something fun, and
now wearing shirt is a tribute to "that night". We would order shirts from Social Imprints, and we have budgeted for t-shirts (colored)
with two locations for prints for 504 students. We would focus on distributing t-shirts at the beginning of the year, specifically at
Involvement Fair and Kickoff, and hopefully be out of shirts within the first two months of school so that the event list can be worn
around school and publicized quickly and constantly.

*Lanyards: As USF students' lifes are dominated by their USF ID card (as room keys, Flexi, dons dollars, building access and MUNI
passes), and most students use a lanyard with some sort of card holder, we have thought, why not get our name on that as well?
Thus, we have requested funding to purchase lanyards with CAB's name on it from 4imprint so that every time a student uses his or
her USF ID card on his or her lanyard, CAB's name will flash by everyone around to spark more interest
(http://www.4imprint.com/search/id%20holder/product/109528/Easy-Slide-ID-Holder-wLanyard). Lanyards would be given out at
Involvement Fairs, Kick Off, and Late Nights in addition to first and big general board meetings. However, we would also bring these
with us to Move In day to not only provide assistance to new students worried about losing their ID card, but do some shameless
promoting of CAB!




                                                Schedule C - General Operating Expenses
                                    Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule D - Travel/Development Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
                                                                        2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                        Object     BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                    DESCRIPTION                         Code       REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
  22 Travel
     Title of Event: National Association for Campus Activies (NACA) National Convention
     Date(s): February 25-29, 2012
     Location: Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC
     Attendees: Officers who will be most heavily involved with the budget process (namely the President, Vice President,
     Communications Director) would attend to bring ideas back for the budget for the following year, unless they have been to
     previous NACA conferences. CAB's advisor would also attend. Hence, the first choices for attendence would include the
     President, Vice President and Communications Director. If any of these candadites have been to the National Conference
     before however, their spot shall be available for other directors, interested in running for higher positions the following year
     (and because of this would be also more involved with the budget proposal process).
       Description: In the past we have gone to the NACA Western Conventions in the month of November. We would like to go to
       the larger National Convention in February for multiple reasons. Firstly, the national convention has more educational
       sessions on event planning compared to the regional conferences. Secondly, as we cannot book at conventions, only gain
       information on new events and performers to budget for, it would be great to have this experience in February, right before
       the budget process to have things fresh in our minds to enter into our budgets for the following year. We have already
       utilized artists we have seen in this years Jammin' for Justice concert because luckily the artists had not been confirmed.


       Airfare (4 attendees x $360)                                        $1,440       $1,440
       Lodging (2 rooms x $150 x 4 nights)                                 $1,200       $1,200
       Registration (4 x $312 + $597 member renewal)                       $1,845       $1,845
                                         Total Travel                      $4,485       $4,485

       Title of Event: National Association for Campus Activies (NACA) Regional Convention
       Date(s): November 3-6, 2011
       Location: Spokane, Washington
       Attendees: Newest event directors who have the most to learn about CAB and campus activities have first priority to attend
       the convention as it is at the beginning of the year; directors will not have attended any previous convention, and will be any
       of the event directors. Directors will complete applications for the three positions to determine who is the most serious and
       will bring back the most information and gain the most from the convention. CAB's advisor would also attend.

       Description: As the regional conference takes place closer to the beginning of the year, the conference is a great way for
       new directors to gain a new perspective and become more confident in their role in campus activities. Through educational
       sessions they can learn tips on how to improve events and make them successful, as well as view showcases of artists in
       different price ranges to think about contacting at a later date to possibly perform at USF.
       Airfare (4 attendees x $365 )                                       $1,460           $0
       Lodging (2 rooms x $150 x 3 nights)                                   $900           $0
       Meals (4 attendees x $30/day x 3 days)                                $360           $0
       Registration (4 x $355 early reg)                                   $1,420           $0
                                         Total Travel                      $4,140           $0

       Title of Event: National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) Concert Management Institute
       Date(s): July 7-10, 2011
       Location: Milwaukee, WI
       Attendees: The Concert Director
       Description: The NACA Concert Management Institute offers students and staff an educational opportunity to enhance basic
       skills required to select, promote and produce major concerts on campuses. The program is designed to give participants
       an opportunity to network with delegates from other schools and to develop an understanding of how the concert industry
       works. A variety of representatives from the industry will be involved in the Institute to lend their expertise to the delegates.
       This conference would be of huge aid to any concert director, and could very well provide a plethora of new ways or
       methods to take our concerts to the next level within our budgets, and bring some new and fresh ideas into the arena. The
       Institute is far enough in advance to be used by the concert director for that year, and is all inclusive of lodging and meals.
       http://www.naca.org/Events/Pages/cm.aspx


       Airfare (1 attendees x $405 including tax)                            $405           $0
       Registration ($470 early reg for members)                             $470           $0
                                           Total Travel                      $875           $0

  23 Staff Development
     Title of Event: Fall Campus Activities Board Retreat
     Date(s): August 5-7, 2011
     Location: Tahoe
     Attendees: CAB E-Board + Advisor (10 people)




                                              Schedule D - Travel/Development Expenses
                                    Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

       Description: We will rent a cabin in Lake Tahoe for a weekend during the summer to account for conflicts with GO Team
       Leader Training and RA Training in the weeks preceeding the start of the school year, as well as Orientation and Move-In
       Day Madness that first weekend back. We will be staying Friday-Sunday (2 nights) and participate in a mix of team building
       activities as well as planning and goal setting. As the definition of a retreat is "a quiet or secluded place in which one can
       rest and relax," we are placing extreme value on the aspect of getting away from the everyday work scene to relax in order
       to build a team that can work cohesively together for the following full year, as well as develop clear and undistracted goals
       and plans for the upcoming year. We plan to have each day consist of half days of team building and half days of working
       on each of three main areas: Goal Development and Strategies, Event Planning and Promoting, and SLE Procedures,
       Paperwork and Contact Information. The teambuilding activity has a higher price than average so that, because the
       directors are in Tahoe for multiple days, they can participate in multiple cheaper team builders such as renting bikes, or one
       more expensive activity and can pay for any other activity such as a board game on their own. Members who are in San
       Francisco at the time of the retreat may use the SLE Van (which has been requested for mileage reimbursement) for
       transportation, while others may find personal transportation to either Tahoe, or San Francisco, as the directors summer
       locations are all varied.



       Mileage Reimbursement (400 miles x $0.50)                            $200           $0
       Lodging (1 cabin x $270 per night x 3 nights)                        $810           $0
       Teambuilding Activity Fees (10 x $40)                                $400         $400
       Meals (10 x $10 x 3)                                                 $300         $200 10 people x $10 x 2
                             Total Staff Development                      $1,710         $600 or Headlands Institute

       Title of Event: CAB Spring Retreat
       Date(s): January 28, 2012 (12:00-6:00 pm)
       Location: San Francisco
       Attendees: CAB E-Board + Advisor (10 people)
       Description: A spring retreat is necessary to get back in the CAB mind and take a look at upcoming events of the Spring
       Semester after the long winter break. The Go-Game is a world famous team-building activity, originated right here in our
       lovely city of San Francisco. The game consists of a scavenger hunt/task list that a leader from Go-Game comes and puts
       on for us. They incorporate the use of cell phones, hints, and hidden actors in the city, to create a wild, unexpected and fun
       activity that ultimately draws groups closer together. Attached is the PDF with more information on the Go-Game and the
       pricing for it. After, CAB would like to meet over dinner to again review the process of our goals, and more specifics for the
       upoming semester. The Spring Retreat is vital to drawing everyone back together, and back into the swing of the fast paced,
       incredibly busy spring semester - it is a great refocusing tool.
       Dinner (10 attendees x $20)                                          $200         $150 10 people x $15 per meal
       Teambuilding activity: The Go Game                                 $1,800           $0
                              Total Staff Development                     $2,000         $150

       Title of Event: End of Year Banquet
       Date(s): May 3, 2012 (5:30-8 pm)
       Location: Restaurant in San Francisco, TBA
       Attendees: CAB E-Board (old and new) + Advisor (21 people)
       Description: This serves as a transitional ceremony where the old directors are recognized for the hard work they have put
       into CAB the past year, and where the new e-board is formally welcomed to their new roles for the upcoming year. It is a
       celebration over dinner.
       Dinner (21 attendees x $20)                                          $420         $315 21 x $15 per meal
       Recognition Gifts - outgoing directors (10 x $10)                    $100           $0
                              Total Staff Development                       $520         $315

   24 TOTAL TRAVEL/DEVELOPMENT EXPENSES                                  $13,730       $5,550

BUDGET NOTES:

NACA Conference:
Airfare costs are estimated using Orbitz for dates around that time of year and same days of the week. Hotels costs are estim ated
from NACA quotes for hotels near this years national conference (http://www.naca.org/nchotel.aspx).
Registration fees were deduced from the NACA National Convention website (http://www.naca.org/ncreg.aspx) and the
membership renewal fee (which is necessary for the discounted registration fees) is the same as last year ($597). Membership to
NACA includes:
     Access to our National Convention and Regional Conference
     A cooperative buying system that allows you to stretch your programming dollars
     National and regional leadership opportunities
     A full subscription to te award-winning Campus Activities Programming™ magazine
     Access to NACA Summer Institutes for students and student activities professionals
     Access to more than 15 leadership and programming scholarships
     Online digital library, membership directory and additional online resources

Thus while just going to one conference, at first it seems more cost effective to not renew membership fees, there are all of the
above benefits; also, since we have requested funding for attending more than one NACA conventions (three in fact), all of th e
registration fees are a member (reduced) price, and thus the membership fee pays for itself quickly.




                                              Schedule D - Travel/Development Expenses
                Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12
Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
                                            2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                       BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                DESCRIPTION            REQUEST BUDGET           ACCOUNTING NOTES

       Kick-Off                               $7,469     $6,706
       Film Screening (Blockbuster) #1        $1,614         $0
       Campus Movie Fest                     $11,444    $11,244
       Fall Fest Concert                    $155,186   $139,319
       Fright Night                           $6,334     $5,614
       USF's Got Talent                       $2,404     $2,273
       Fall Semester Dance                    $2,641     $2,371
       Jammin' for Justice                   $82,152         $0
       Last Comic Standing                    $4,839     $2,368
       Spring Dance                           $5,993     $2,371
       Spring Carnival                        $9,759     $6,589
       Late Nights                            $8,442     $4,743
       Film Screening (Blockbuster) #2        $1,597     $1,574

       TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES       $299,872   $185,169




                             Schedule E - Signiture Event Summary
                            Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Kick-off
Date(s): Thursday, August 25, 2011 (7:30pm)
Location: McLaren
Estimated Attendance: 400
Target Audience: all USF undergraduates with emphasis on the incoming Freshman class as this event is to start their first year of
college off with a bang (following Orientation).
Description: CAB traditionally plans an event at the immediate start of the school year to provide a fun event especially for
Freshmen, and to show them who CAB is, what we do, and how they can and should want to get involved. Last year we kicked off
with the UCB Tours Improv group and had Awkward Silence open for them, providing a hilarious, collaboration-filled, successful
event that started off the year right and showed USF what CAB can do.


Evaluation Plan: We will have a paper survey that would be handed out during intermission. We will raffle off a prize for those that
submit the survey by the time intermission period ends, after the show. That way, students don't leave during intermission and there
is an incentive to both stay the entire time and fill out the survey to give us feedback.


                                                                       2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                        Object    BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                        Code      REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 )                                           $49          $49
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                          $35          $35
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                     $84          $84

         Professional Fees
         UBC Tour Improv Show                                             $5,000       $5,000
         Lighting rental                                                    $930         $930
                            Total Professional Fees                       $5,930       $5,930

         Other - Food
         Snacks (300 attendees x $5 x 33% off)                            $1,005         $242 Popcorn only
                                           Total Food                     $1,005         $242

         Other - Please specify
         Hotel ($100/night x 1 night x 4 rooms)                             $400         $400
         Raffle Prize                                                        $50          $50
                                             Total Other                    $450         $450

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                              $7,469       $6,706

 Budget Notes:
 Due to the huge success of UCB Touring Co. last year at Kickoff with over 300 in attendance and almost the entire audience fi lled,
 we have requested to bring them back for new students and for current students return for the show. We feel that this adds to the
 feeling of campus tradition.




                                                      Schedule E - Kick-off
                            Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Blockbuster Film Screening #1
Date(s): Wednesday, September 14, 2011 (7:00pm)
Location: Presentation Theatre
Estimated Attendance: 300
Target Audience: USF Undergrads, Graduate, Faculty and Staff
Description: Each year, CAB hosts two screenings of popular movies that have not yet been released on DVD. Through this event,
CAB is able to utilize its resources to create a fun event that brings the people of the USF Community together. At the events,
people can meet others with similar interests, find ways to get involved with CAB, and just enjoy a break from studying and
schoolwork.
Evaluation Plan: After the movie, we will send out a survey through Survey Monkey that is e-mailed to members of the CAB
Facebook page as well as OrgSync members, to get a general consensus of what the USF community thought of our event
including specifics, and a space for comments on how to improve in the future. The Films Director receives this information to digest
for future use and shares it with the rest of the CAB executive board.


                                                                        2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                        Object     BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                        Code       REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (100 x $.65)                                            $65           $0
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                           $35           $0
         Table Tents (200 x $0.87)                                           $174           $0
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                     $274           $0

         Professional Fees
         Swank Movie License Fee (one recent release)                        $780           $0
                             Total Professional Fees                         $780           $0

         Marketing/Promotion
         Facebook Ads                                                         $16           $0
                          Total Marketing/Promotion                           $16           $0

         Other - Decorations
         Balloons (10 balloons x $.87 + $15 delivery)                         $24           $0
                                      Total Decorations                       $24           $0

         Other - Rentals
         Presentation Theatre                                                $360           $0
         Janitorial Services                                                 $160           $0
                                          Total Rentals                      $520           $0

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                               $1,614           $0


 BUDGET NOTES:
 Through the CAB Blockbuster Screenings of Toy Story 3 and Harry Potter, CAB has been able to promote larger, more popular
 movies that have not yet been released to DVD. We have experimented with using Presentation Theatre for Toy Story 3 which had
 an amazing turn out and are about to experiment with showing Harry Potter in McLaren (a more relaxed setting where food is
 allowed, but not as comfortable seating). Due to the success of our events, it is our hope that we can continue to fund new r eleases
 that cater to the preferences of the USF community. We have requested Presentation Theatre for the film screening as we know
 that it is succesful venue.

 We have added table tents to the Marketing/Promotions budget however though because, during last minute advertising for Fall
 Fest Concert Ticket sales, we received a huge response to the table tents being placed around the cafeteria tables. We again used
 them at the Movie Screening in the Fall of Toy Story 3, and again, saw great results. This relatively new discovery is someth ing we
 are excited about to bring larger crowds to our still smaller events.




                                      Schedule E - Film Screening (Blockbuster) #1
                             Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Campus Movie Fest
Date(s): Two weeks in early September plus finale on September 20, 2011 (7 pm). Specific dates will be determined in contracts
with Campus Movie Fest (after budget decisions) as dates are determined on a first come first serve basis within the Northern
California including Cal Berkeley, SF State, Chico and many other schools.
Location: Presentation Theatre
Estimated Attendance: 500
Target Audience: USF Undergraduates would be the participants in CMF, however the entire USF Community is welcome to view it.

Description: Campus Movie Fest is an event that provides college students with the equipment and technology necessary to create
a film, and then has a celebration at the end for everyone at USF to watch the student's films. This is a great showcase of the talent
at USF to other students, and make a great, nationally popular, and traditional event at USF. The winners of the showing are funded
to have their films compete at the state and national levels as well as entered to win prizes. This event is designed to bring students
together to enhance school spirit and increase the feeling of community at USF.

Evaluation Plan: After the event, we will send out a survey asking about the advertising, getting involved, the final event, and the
overall event, through Facebook, OrgSync and possibly USFconnect. This will be critical in ensuring that Campus Movie Fest is one
of the top new events at USF and can come back year after year for more fun!

                                                                        2011-12 2011-12
 LINE                                                       Object     BUDGET AWARDED
 ITEM                    DESCRIPTION                        Code       REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                       $49          $49
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                           $35          $35
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                      $84          $84

         Professional Fees
         Campus Movie Fest                                                $10,000     $10,000
                               Total Professional Fees                    $10,000     $10,000

         Other - Food
         Dinner for CMF Staff on Finale Night                                $200           $0
                                      Total Decorations                      $200           $0

         Other - Rentals
         Presentation Theatre & Tech Fees                                  $1,000       $1,000
         Janitorial Services                                                 $160         $160
                                        Total Rentals                      $1,160       $1,160

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                              $11,444     $11,244

 BUDGET NOTES:

 In addition to our already successful Film Events, CAB is looking to promote another successful college campus event, Campus
 Movie Fest (CMF). We have recieved a general interest in this event, and hope that throught these funds, we will be able to b ring it
 to the USF campus. CMF is a well-known, world renound college campus event. It has taken place on numerous local, bay area
 and San Francisco campuses such as San Francisco State University, SF Art Institutie, etc. This events draws hundreds of
 students, and given that one of USF's goals is to draw more students to on -campus events, CMF would be an amazing opportunity
 for students to participate in an on campus, well-known, fun and safe event. Campus Movie Fest is a film festival where the
 company provides groups of students with producing equipment (i.e. computer, camera, etc.) and gives students two weeks to
 complete a short film to be shown at the Finale in two weeks. The movie of the winner of USF's CMF would continue on to compe te
 at State level, and that winner on to National, and then on to International. CMF provides huge award prizes to winners, incl uding
 movie production learning opportunities.

 Just to break down the cost, $10,000 to the production fees of CMF covers the following:
 - 4 person staff to manage the event
 - Management of online registration
 - Travel to and from campus (flights, vehicles, etc.)
 - Loan of laptops, camcorders, tripods, DV tapes, microphones, and training materials for each team.
 - Marketing materials including flyers, posters, banners, and giveaways
 - Movie post-production and preparation for your school’s finale and online posting of all movies made at your school



                                      Schedule E - Film Screening (Blockbuster) #1
                             Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12
- Movie post-production and preparation for your school’s finale and online posting of all movies made at your school
- Entrance into the Regional Grand Finale and National Grand Finale
- Opportunity for prizing (ranging from equipment, like iPods and MacBook Pros, to cash to exceptional exposure in -flight on Virgin
America, on AT&T phones, and more)
- Student opportunities in our Distinguished Filmmakers Program (including trips to Cannes, internships, and more)
- Publicity efforts and overall program management

We hope that through the CAB Films committe, we can make this a successful and recurring event that goes on for years to come !
We are hoping to draw a totally new population of campus closer to and more involved with CAB: more students who are interest ed
in art, film, and basic campus life.

Furthermore, we plan to collaborate with USFtv a great deal for this event, drawing on their production knowledge, their audi ence
base to gain interest in the event, their publicity talents, and their reputation to act as a co -host and judge at the finale. W hile CAB
will take the lead in the event as far as contracts and event set-up goes, we will rely on USFtv for a great deal of participation and
gaining additional participation from new audiences at USF. In the end, hopefully new students will be interested in CAB, and some
of CAB's audience will also become a follower of USFtv. While this collaboration is planned and will take place next year, th e
entirety of the budget has been placed under CAB, for simplification through the budget process, and to make payment easier n ext
year (all coming from one account).

We have brought Campus Movie Fest to present to CAB and anyone else interested in finding out more information on March 24th,
and we hope that you were able to attend and learn a little more about the event!

***Supplemental materials have been attached!




                                      Schedule E - Film Screening (Blockbuster) #1
                               Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Fall Fest Concert
Date(s): Saturday, October 1, 2011 (6:00-10:00pm)
Location: War Memorial Gym
Estimated Attendance: 2700
Target Audience: USF students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends
Description: The annual Fall Fest Concert is part of the Fall Fest weekend that USF puts on. Fall Fest Concert has been the main (and
most well known event) that CAB hosts, and while our other events are growing in size, scope and popularity, Fall Fest still remains our
highlight event featuring major music artists to enhance the Fall Fest Weekend.


Evaluation Plan: We will be using survey's sent out through Facebook, USFconnect, OrgSync, and email to evaluate our performance
at the concert, how to better it, and to gain an accurate knowledge of what students want to see at concerts.


                                                                        2011-12 2011-12
 LINE                                                        Object    BUDGET AWARDED
 ITEM                    DESCRIPTION                         Code      REQUEST BUDGET               FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
        Duplicating/Printing
        Wristbands                                                            $176         $176
        Color Poster (150 x $.65 = $97.50)                                     $98          $98
        Color Handbills (800 quarter sheets = $70)                             $70          $70
        18x24 Colored Posters (4 x $29.50)                                    $118           $0
        Color Table Tents (200 x $0.87)                                       $174         $174
                             Total Duplicating/Printing                       $636         $518

        Professional Fees
        Headliner Fee                                                      $70,000      $60,000
        Opening Act                                                         $5,000       $5,000
        Middle Agent Fees                                                   $7,500       $6,500
                                 Total Professional Fees                   $82,500      $71,500

        Marketing/Promotion
        Facebook Ads                                                          $100         $100
        Volunteer T-Shirts (72 x $7.96 + tax and shipping)                    $650         $650
        Misc. Supplies for Artists Rooms                                    $2,400       $2,400
                             Total Marketing/Promotion                      $3,150       $3,150

        Other - Food
        Snacks for Volunteers                                                 $200         $200
        Panera Dinner for 15 Volunteers Eve Setup                             $150         $150
        Pizza Dinner for 36 Volunteers                                        $500         $250 Flat Amount
        Water for Attendees                                                   $200         $200
        Food for Artists                                                    $2,700       $2,700
                                            Total Food                      $3,750       $3,500

        Other - Decorations
        Balloons (150 x $0.87 + $15 delivery)                                 $146         $146
        Misc. Decorations                                                   $1,000       $1,000
                                     Total Decorations                      $1,146       $1,146

        Other - Rentals
        War Memorial Gym                                                        $0
        Equipment Rental Costs:
                Production Logic                                           $37,500      $35,000
                Ground Transportation                                       $7,000       $5,000
                Communication Rental (Walkie Talkies)                         $350         $350
        Janitorial Services                                                   $800         $800
        Labor Cost: Facilities Tarping & Eco-Stations                       $1,350       $1,350
                                           Total Rentals                   $47,000      $42,500

        Other - Please specify



                                                  Schedule E - Fall Fest Concert
                              Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12
        Public Safety (9 officers x 8 hours x $75/hr)                      $5,400        $5,400
        Contemporary Service Corporation Event Staff (28)                  $3,865        $3,865
        Athletic's Event Manager                                             $240          $240
        Insurance                                                          $7,500        $7,500
                                               Total Other                $17,005       $17,005

   25         TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                             $155,186     $139,319

Budget Notes:

Wristbands are mandatory in order for security to differentiate between attendees, artists, and volunteers. Cost based off of
WristbandExpress.com. We will be using wristbands instead of the passes used in previous years, as tested at Jammin' for Just ice
2011.

Given the increasingly high fees for artists, we have increased the size of the budget for the artists. Some possible artists in the
requested price range are: Cee-Lo Gree, Bruno Mars, Akon, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Jason Derulo, Mike Posner, Trey Songz,
Keri Hilson, Wale, Deadmau5, MGMT, and Kid Cudi. In order to get a big name artist, we need the money to secure them. The
middle agent fees are 10% of the headliner and opening act fees; the middle agent is required to secure the artists and
communicate with managers.

The Volunteer T-Shirts are essential to the Fall Fest Concert; they are required to differentiate the concert volunteers from th e
attendees so they have a presence of security. In addition, we need snacks for the volunteers because on the day of the conce rt,
we have volunteers setting up the gym from 7am until we open the doors at 6pm, and then they are still working through the
concert. We want to supply them with snacks throughout setup to keep them nourished and hydrated. We have budgeted $200 for
spend at Lucky's on items such as vegetable trays, cheese and crackers, chips, etc. Similarly, we supply the volunteers with
dinner, a full meal instead of snacks, prior to the doors opening. They need to have a meal before they continue working unti l
11pm, and we do not supply them with lunch. We have budged to have an off -campus pizza delivery (estimated $30 per XL pizza
and tax and delivery for 36 volunteers plus CAB E-board and advisor on site) bring food right before the concert, as we have had
issues in the past with catering being on time in our tight schedule. We additionally have hospitality volunteers setting up for hours
the night before and will need dinner. Thus we have budgeted $130 for Panera Catering (approximately $100 order plus $15
delivery fee and taxes).

Misc. Decorations are the decorations used in the lobby and around the gym to create a festive atmosphere for Fall Fest. The Misc.
Supplies for Artists Rooms go towards transforming the locker rooms we are allowed to use into proper dressing rooms for big
name artists. The dressing room is part of the artists contract, and the locker rooms are extremely run down. Thus, in order to
make the rooms appropriate for the artists, we need money to decorate the rooms with curtains to cover the walls, linens to c over
the couches we borrow, mirrors for them to check their outfits, and many other things to create the dressing room feel; and a s you
can imagine, all of these items add up quickly.

The budget for Food for Artists is based off of what we spent on artist's last year. In our contracts with the artists, we ha ve to feed
them based off of their specifications in their rider. There is no wiggle room in this. We have to supply them exactly as the y request.

Production Logic: This is our staging, lighting, and audio company. Their fee is typically 50% of the headliner and opening a ct fees.

Ground Transportation: Since these artists travel from all over the world, we are required, per the contracts, to provide gro und
transportation between the airport, War Memorial Gym, and their hotel only. This request is based off of what we spent on gro und
transportation last year for the artists.

Communication Rental: It is necessary to have walkie talkies so that the committees (Chairs of Hospitality, Security, and
Volunteers and Concert Director) and security can always have immediate contact at all times.

Janitorial Services are also based off of last year's cost. We are required to have Facilities clean the gym so that we retur n the gym
to its clean and pristine conditions.

Labor Costs again, are based off of last year's cost. We are required to have Facilities tarp the gym and have ecostations
delivered.

Contemporary Service Corporation Event Staff: We are required to have event staff based throughout the gym. This is based off of
the number of event staff we use every year. The Event Staff is stationed at the entrance to the gym to handle bag checks and
regulate the entrance, as well as throughout the gym at different checkpoints to regulate the access to backstage and dressin g
room areas.

Athletic's Event Manager: Athletics requires us to hire an Athletic's student employee to be on -site throughout the event to ensure
our needs are met.

Insurace: We are required by Legal to budget for this. If artists don't have insurance, we have to supply it. Insurance could
generally cost 10% of the artists fees.

*** The cost of the War Memorial Gym has been left blank as neither CAB nor SLE has received information on whether or not we
will be charged for use of the gym in the future.




                                                  Schedule E - Fall Fest Concert
                             Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: USF Fright Night 2011
Date(s):Thursday, October 27, 2011 (8:00pm)
Location: UC 4th/Parina
Estimated Attendance: 500
Target Audience: USF Community, emphasis on the undergraduate students.
Description: CAB hosted the first USF Fright Night last year, and with some last minute planning, it was a huge success with lots of
calls for a repeat next year. Fright Night is a Halloween event including carnival games, food, a haunted house and more fun. We
collaborate with as many organizations as possible to provide a huge event with lots of people involved and attending. Last year we
collaborated with Delta Sigma Pi, Back to da Roots, Greek Council, RHA, Senate, the Intercultural Center, the GSWSRC, and many
others.
Evaluation Plan: We will be sending out survey's via Facebook and OrgSync to evaluate our event, gain feedback from students
and how to ever improve our new annual event!                                   2011-12
                                                                       2011-12 AWARDE
LINE                                                        Object    BUDGET     D
ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                        Code      REQUEST BUDGET             FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                      $49         $49
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                          $35         $35
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                     $84         $84

         Professional Fees
         Band Music                                                         $300         $80 Student DJ Rate
                               Total Professional Fees                      $300         $80

         Other - Food
         BonApp Snacks, Treats and Drinks (33% off)                       $2,000      $2,000
         SF Party (Food and Drink Rentals + tax)                            $300        $300
                                            Total Food                    $2,300      $2,300

         Other - Decorations/Games
         Decorations                                                      $2,500      $2,000 Flat Rate
         10 Pumpkins (Bon Appetit)                                           $50         $50
         Supplies & Candy (Lucky's)                                         $200        $200
                                    Total Decorations                     $2,750      $2,250

         Other - Rentals
         DG Global - Photobooth (2 hours)                                   $500        $500
                                            Total Rentals                   $500        $500

         Other - Please specify
         Facilities Clean Up                                                $400        $400
                                             Total Other                    $400        $400

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                              $6,334      $5,614

 BUDGET NOTES:

 As we are incredibly excited to create a tradition of Fright Night through the years , we are working hard to ensure a successful
 event. We are taking measures to ensure that we have enough decorations and activities to fill both the UC 4th Floor and Pari na
 Lounge with Halloween Festivities from all organizations who wish to participate, to create the biggest, "bestest" Halloween event
 USF has ever thrown. Much of the popularity from last year's Fright Night was in the decorations: especially, in the Haunted House.
 This takes an immense amount of work and vast number of decorations to transform rooms and hallways into the scary scene it
 should be. With the practice from last year, we know that we can make it bigger and better always: we just need a few more
 materials! Thus, our decorations budget is huge--but this is the main part of Fright Night.

 For food, we would like to again provide a mix of snacks, candy, refreshments and the like. We have tried to, for the most pa rt,
 keep within the Halloween theme of decorated brownies and cupcakes, caramel apples, "witches brew" punch, and kitty litter
 cakes. As we have had such a high turnout to this event in particular, the food went fast! Thus, we have increased the budget and
 have also added some additional, Halloween Carnival type snacks to the menu in the form of rentals from SF Party (including t he
 popular cotton candy machine ($110), popcorn machine ($65), and slushee machine ($85)).



                                                    Schedule E - Fright Night
                            Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12
popular cotton candy machine ($110), popcorn machine ($65), and slushee machine ($85)).

The Items from Lucky's are miscelleneous items such as spaghetti noodles and fruit cocktail cans to make the "gross" feeling tubs
at booths. Lucky's is also our source for bags and bags of candy for around Fright Night.

Decorations include smaller items such as body parts, bones, headstones, skulls, masks, costumes, balloons, streamers, games,
fog fluid for our machines and much much more come from Oriental Trading (who our order from last year totaled almost $1000).
More gory, graphic, creepy and disgusting items such as brains in a beaker, fake blood, masks and more come from Party City a nd
SF Party (combined receipts of approximately $600). We order tarping in either black or white from Home Depot for the rooms i n
order to make them both dark, and safe from spills of fake blood and more --we would like to protect our wonderful new spaces
while enhancing the atmosphere. For enough tarping (and decorations) to expand our Haunted House area, we would need to
increase the amount we purchased last year ($148) to approximately $300 to cover enough space for a larger Haunted House. As
we can see, the decoration totals add up very quickly to $2500.

We have seen the success of the Photobooth at multiple events now including the 4th Floor Open House and last year's Fright
Night, and we believe it provides a visual memory of how much fun students had and how great an event CAB can throw - both a
lasting memory and an incentive to return for more events in the future!

As there is quite a lot of decorations and clean up afterward on our part, and students use the space often, we would like to leave
the two open areas without a trace and thus are requesting the aid of facilities clean up.




                                                   Schedule E - Fright Night
                             Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: USF's Got Talent
Date(s): Wednesday, November 16, 2011 (7:00pm)
Location: Presentation Theatre
Estimated Attendance: 300
Target Audience: USF Undergraduate students will be performing, but the show will be open to the entire USF Community including
students, faculty and staff.
Description: In the annual USF's Got Talent, student contestants who have auditioned will perform their talents to an audience of
their peers and a panel of judges to compete for a cash prize. For the past 8 years this event has produced a great turnout and CAB
is looking forward to keeping this tradition alive and thriving.
Evaluation Plan: We will be sending out survey's after the event through Facebook to all attendee's, and on OrgSync, to receive
feedback on how to make it a better event for students to attend and get involved with.
                                                                          2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                          Object     BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                          Code       REQUEST BUDGET               FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                         $49           $49
         Color Poster Auditions (75 x $.65 = $49)                               $49           $49
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                             $35           $35
         Color Handbills Auditions (400 = $35)                                  $35           $35
         Color Programs (200 x $.65)                                           $130          $130
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                       $298          $298

         Other - Rentals
         Presentation Threatre                                                 $250          $250
         Technical Fees                                                      $1,000        $1,000
         Supplies                                                              $200          $200
                                            Total Rentals                    $1,450        $1,450

         Decorations/Promotions
         Ballloons (30 x $.87 + $15 delivery)                                   $41            $0
         Audience Noise Makers ($6/doz x 12+tax/ship)                           $90            $0
                         Total Decorations/Promotions                          $131            $0

         Other - Please specify
         1st Place Prize                                                       $300          $300
         2nd Place Prize                                                       $150          $150
         3rd Place Prize                                                        $75           $75
                                              Total Other                      $525          $525

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                                 $2,404        $2,273

 BUDGET NOTES:

 Two sets of posters are necessary for this event to both advertise for the auditions for USF's Got Talent so that there are
 performers, and then for the actual show. This is similar to the way that EGB does their posters during elections (i.e. calli ng for
 applications and then reminding everyone to vote).

 We have added money for the audience to get involved with the show, to hopefully encourage higher attendance by making it mor e
 fun for the audience as well! The Noise Makers we budgeted for are "hand -clappers" from Oriental Trading, a cost effective item
 which would enhance participations.
 (http://www.orientaltrading.com/ui/browse/processRequest.do?demandPrefix=12&sku=39/1509&mode=Searching&erec=0&D=nois
 emakers&Ntx=mode%2bmatchallpartial&Ntk=all&searchTerm=noisemakers&requestURI=processProductsCatalog&Ipp=16&N=0&
 No=32&Dx=mode%2bmatchallpartial&Ntt=noisemakers&sd=Shiny+Hand+Clappers#RL0)




                                                  Schedule E - USF's got Talent
                             Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Pre-Finals Dance (official title to be announced)
Date(s): Friday, December 2, 2011 (8-11pm)
Location: Xavier Chapel/Parina Lounge
Estimated Attendance: 300
Target Audience: USF Undergraduate Students
Description: CAB hosts a dance each semester. This dance will kick off just before finals begin and will be a good stress reliever and
night to get the USF community students together for a fun night of music and food.
Evaluation Plan: Send out a survey to all Facebook attendees and OrgSync members and attendees for feedback on overall event
regarding publicity, location, setting, and theme.
                                                                        2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                         Object    BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                         Code      REQUEST BUDGET               FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                        $49          $49
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                            $35          $35
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                       $84          $84

         Professional Fees
         Student DJs ($40/hr x 5 hours)                                      $200         $120 $40 x 3 hours
                               Total Professional Fees                       $200         $120

         Other - Decorations
         Balloons (100 balloons x $.87 + $15 delivery)                       $102           $80 75 Ballons
         Snacks/Drinks (300 x $5 x 33% off)                                $1,005          $670 200 people x $5 x 33% off
         Miscellaneous (streamers, lights, ribbon, etc.)                     $500          $300 Flat Amount
                                      Total Decorations                    $1,607        $1,050

         Other - Please specify
         Public Safety (2 officers x 5 hrs x $75/hr)                         $750          $750
         Janitorial Services                                                               $367 For clean up
                                               Total Other                   $750        $1,117

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                               $2,641        $2,371

 BUDGET NOTES:

 The past Winter dance was held in Xavier Chapel as a Winter Formal. We found the space to be ideal due to the built in dance floor
 as well as space for students to socialize in the hall with snacks and mock -tail bar. This space is limited however, and depending on
 the turnout expected closer to the date, and the theme, appropriateness of venue will have to be determined. In addition, using the
 dance as a back to school celebration, along with being formal, did not draw the crowd we desired. We have found that our mor e
 casual dances in celebration of something has a significantly larger draw and thus we are continuing in this fashion. Decorat ions are
 essential to exhibit the theme of the dance and create a more creative atmosphere.




                                              Schedule E - Winter Formal Dance
                            Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Jammin' for Justice
Date(s): April (to coincide with Relay for Life, specific date is TBA in coordination with Relay Committee)
Location: War Memorial Gym
Estimated Attendance: 2400
Target Audience: USF Community including, undergraduates, graduates, alumni, faculty, staff and friends.
Description: Jammin for Justice will take place when we come back from winter break to welcome new students and welcome back
old students. This is a benefit concert similar to that of Homecoming but a different genre of music than the usual hip-hop with a
range of artists. This will provide an environment for all types of students where a main act, local bands, and USF bands can share
the same stage to play for a cause specified at a later date. This year, Jammin' for Justice is combined with Relay for Life and we
are looking forward to how this will work out for possible future collaboration as well.


Evaluation Plan: We will be using survey's sent out through Facebook, USFconnect, OrgSync, and email to evaluate our
performance at the concert, how to better it, and to gain an accurate knowledge of what students want to see at concerts.

                                                                      2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                       Object    BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                    DESCRIPTION                        Code      REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
        Duplicating/Printing
        Color Poster (150 x $.65)                                           $98           $0
        Color Handbills (800 quarter sheets = $70)                          $70           $0
        18x24 Colored Poster (4 x $29.50)                                  $118           $0
        Color Table Tents (200 x $0.87)                                    $174           $0
        Wristbands                                                         $176           $0
                             Total Duplicating/Printing                    $636           $0

        Professional Fees
        Artist Fees                                                     $20,000           $0
        Opening Act Fee                                                  $5,000           $0
        Middle Agent Fees                                                $2,500           $0
                              Total Professional Fees                   $27,500           $0

        Marketing/Promotion
        Facebook Ads                                                       $100           $0
        Volunteer T-shirts (24 x $14.74 + tax/ship)                        $390           $0
        Misc. Decorations                                                  $300           $0
        Misc. Supplies for Artists Rooms                                   $500           $0
                            Total Marketing/Promotion                    $1,290           $0

        Other - Food
        Snacks for 24 Volunteers                                           $100           $0
        Pizza Dinner for 24 Volunteers                                     $300           $0
        Food for Artists                                                 $2,500           $0
                                            Total Food                   $2,900           $0

        Other - Decorations
        Balloons (150 x $.87 + $15 delivery)                               $146           $0
                                    Total Decorations                      $146           $0

        Other - Rentals
        War Memorial Gym                                                      $0
        Equipment Rental Costs:
                   Production Logic                                     $12,500           $0
                   Ground Transportation for Artists                     $3,500           $0
                   Walkie Talkies                                          $350           $0
        Janitorial Services                                                $800           $0
        Labor Cost: Facilities Tarping & Eco-Stations                    $1,350           $0
                                          Total Rentals                 $18,500           $0



                                             Schedule E - Jammin' for Justice
                            Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

        Other - Please specify
        Public Safety (6 officers x 8 hrs x $75/hr)                         $3,600            $0
        Contemporary Service Corp Event Staff (18)                          $2,341            $0
        Athletic's Event Manager                                              $240            $0
        Insurance                                                           $2,500            $0
        Donations to non-profit organization                               $22,500            $0
                                              Total Other                  $31,181            $0

   25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                                $82,152            $0

BUDGET NOTES:

Wristbands: Mandatory in order for security to differentiate between attendees, artists, and volunteers. Cost based off of
WristbandExpress.com. We will be using wristbands instead of the passes used in previous years, as tested at Jammin' for Justice
2011.

Given the increasingly high fees for artists, we have increased the size of the budget for the artists. Some possible artists in the
requested price range are: Fitz & the Tantrums, Lee DeWyze (American Idol last year), Plain White T's, Ingrid Michaelson, and
Ben Kweller. In order to get a big name artist, we need the money to secure them. The middle agent fees are 10% of the headliner
and opening act fees; the middle agent is required to secure the artists and communicate with managers.

The Volunteer T-Shirts are essential to the Jammin' for Justice concert; they are required to differentiate the concert volunteers
from the attendees so they have a presence of security. In addition, we need snacks for the volunteers because on the day of the
concert, we have volunteers setting up the gym from 7am until we open the doors at 6pm, and then they are still working through
the concert. We want to supply them with snacks throughout setup to keep them nourished and hydrated. We have budgeted $100
for spend at Lucky's on items such as vegetable trays, cheese and crackers, chips, etc. Similarly, we supply the volunteers with
dinner, a full meal instead of snacks, prior to the doors opening. They need to have a meal before they continue working until
11pm, and we do not supply them with lunch. We have budged to have an off campus pizza delivery bring food right before the
concert, as we have had issues in the past with catering being on time in our tight schedule. (estimated $30 per XL pizza and tax
and delivery for 24 volunteers plus CAB E-board and advisor on site)

Misc. Decorations are the decorations used in the lobby and around the gym to create a festive atmosphere for Jammin' for
Justice. The Misc. Supplies for Artists Rooms go towards transforming the locker rooms we are allowed to use into proper dressing
rooms for big name artists. The dressing room is part of the artists contract, and the locker rooms are extremely run down. Thus, in
order to make the rooms appropriate for the artists, we need money to decorate the rooms with curtains to cover the walls, linens
to cover the couches we borrow, mirrors for them to check their outfits, and many other things to create the dressing room feel;
and as you can imagine, all of these items add up quickly.

The budget for Food for Artists is based off of what we spent on artist's last year. In our contracts with the artists, we have to feed
them based off of their specifications in their rider. There is no wiggle room in this. We have to supply them exactly as they
request.

Production Logic: This is our staging, lighting, and audio company. Their fee is typically 50% of the headliner fee and opening act.

Communication Rental: It is necessary to have walkie talkies so that the committees (Chairs of Hospitality, Security, and
Volunteers and Concert Director) and security can always have immediate contact at all times.

Janitorial Services are also based off of last year's cost. We are required to have Facilities clean the gym so that we return the gym
to its clean and pristine conditions.

Labor Costs again, are based off of last year's cost. We are required to have Facilities tarp the gym and have ecostations
delivered.

Contemporary Service Corporation Event Staff: We are required to have event staff based throughout the gym. This is based off of
the number of event staff we use every year. The Event Staff is stationed at the entrance to the gym to handle bag checks and
regulate the entrance, as well as throughout the gym at different checkpoints to regulate the access to backstage and dressing
room areas.

Athletic's Event Manager: Athletics requires us to hire an Athletic's student employee to be on-site throughout the event to ensure
our needs are met.

Insurance: We are required by Legal to budget for this. If artists don't have insurance, we have to supply it. Insurance could
generally cost 10% of the artist’s fees.

*** The cost of the War Memorial Gym has been left blank as neither CAB nor SLE has received information on whether or not we
will be charged for use of the gym in the future.




                                               Schedule E - Jammin' for Justice
                            Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Last Comic Standing
Date(s): Wednesday, March 7, 2012 (7:00pm)
Location: McLaren Complex
Estimated Attendance: 300
Target Audience: USF undergraduates will be invited to perform along with the professional comedian, however the entire USF
Community is invited; students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Description: This annual event has been beefed up with the Campus Activities Charge to include a professional comedian into the
act; this gives incentive for aspiring comedians to perform for a professional, and to receive feedback, as well as drawing a larger
audience to the event.
Evaluation Plan: After the event, we will send out survey's via Facebook and OrgSync to students to get feedback about how to
improve and how to cater more to the desires of students.

                                                                       2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                        Object    BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                        Code      REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                      $49          $49
         Color Poster Auditions (75 x $.65 = $49)                            $49          $49
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                          $35          $35
         Color Handbills Auditions (400 = $35)                               $35          $35
         Color Programs (250 x $.65)                                        $163           $0
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                    $330         $168

         Professional Fees
         Professional Comedian                                             $2,500      $2,000
                             Total Professional Fees                       $2,500      $2,000

         Other - Food
         Snacks (250 attendees x $5 x 33% off)                              $838            $0
                                           Total Food                       $838            $0

         Other - Decorations
         Balloons (30 balloons x $.87 + $15 delivery)                         $41           $0
                                      Total Decorations                       $41           $0

         Other - Rentals
         Equipment Rental Costs                                              $930          $0
         Janitorial Services                                                 $100        $100
                                          Total Rentals                    $1,030        $100

         Other - Please specify
         Winner Prize Money                                                 $100         $100
                                             Total Other                    $100         $100

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                               $4,839      $2,368

 BUDGET NOTES:
 We have added Equipment Rental Costs for lighting in the McLaren Complex (similar to that of Kickoff) to improve the atmosphere
 of a professional event; we have used a quote from what was spent last year at Kickoff which was a good professional level of
 lighting. We do wish to continue to hold Last Comic Standing in the McLaren Complex so that we may continue to have snacks
 such as popcorn and drinks to again enhance the "show" feeling and have an audience comfortable enough to enjoy the jokes. We
 have also increased the funding for the Comedian as we were extremely lucky to get Tim Young last year for as cheap as we did
 (after extreme negotiation he agreed to paying his own transportation and cutting his fees by a great amount. He usually goes for
 $2500 and we were miraculously able to talk him down to $1000). As we are always striving for bigger and better events, we
 would like to provider a better comedian for students in the future.




                                             Schedule E - Last Comic Standing
                             Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Spring Dance
Date(s): Friday, April 13, 2012 (8:00pm)
Location: Xavier Hall / Parina Lounge / Swig
Estimated Attendance: 400
Target Audience: USF Undergraduates
Description: War Memorial Gym will for the second time house CAB's spring dance. As a celebration of the end of the year, students
will enjoy appetizers, a professional DJ and ample room to dance and socialize. It will be the second annual event following our goal
last year of making it an annual event.
Evaluation Plan: Send out a survey to all attending members through Facebook, and to those on OrgSync, to evaluate quality of
music, setting, and future themes.
                                                                       2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                                        Object    BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                        Code      REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Handbills (400 = $35)                                         $35          $35
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                      $49          $49
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                     $84          $84

         Professional Fees
         Professional DJ                                                  $2,000         $120 Student DJ for 3 hours
                               Total Professional Fees                    $2,000         $120

         Other - Food
         Snacks (400 x $5 x 33% off)                                      $1,340         $670 200 people x $5 x 33% off
                                            Total Food                    $1,340         $670

         Other - Decorations
         Balloons (100 balloons x $.87 + $15 delivery)                      $102          $80 75 Ballons
         Miscellaneous (Streamers, lights, décor etc.)                      $800         $300
                                      Total Decorations                     $902         $380

         Other
         Equipment Rental Costs                                           $1,300           $0
         Public Safety                                                                   $750 2 officers x 5 hrs x $75/hr
         Janitorial Services                                                $367         $367
                                          Total Rentals                   $1,667       $1,117

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                              $5,993       $2,371

 BUDGET NOTES:

 Because the Swig Gym is such a huge venue, we have requested more funding for more decorations as they will be needed to
 provide an appropriate atmosphere. Also, looking at past years and the success of bringing a Professional DJ and the resultin g
 crowd of over 500 attendees, we have requested funding again for a professional DJ, adding another highlight to the CAB event s -
 a reason for students to stay on campus rather than go see professionals out in the city. As the professional would draw so m any
 attendees, the larger venue of Swig Gym is necessary. Snacks & refreshments will be served to create an environment for
 socializing while having fun dancing at the same time.

 Equipment rental includes both renting speakers and lighting. Lighting, estimated from the amount spent last year at Kick -off at
 $930, raised to $1000 to include taxes and any price changes. Speakers are essential for good sound quality at a dance becaus e
 of its purpose--music and dance. Professional sound equipement is necessary for a Professional DJ. The equipment we are
 looking at are two (2) QSC K8 ($69.95), one (1) QSC 12" KSUB Subwoofer ($99.95), and one (1) Mackie ProFX8 Mixer ($59.95).
 Pricing and equipment are found under the link "Audio Gear Rentals" at: http://www.avistarentals.com/audio -sound-equipment-
 rentals.html.

 Please note, other locations have been listed as alternatives to not being able to get funding and/or access to Swig Gym.




                                                  Schedule E - Spring Dance
                               Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Spring Carnival
Date(s): Friday, May 4, 2012 or Saturday, May 5, 2012 (12pm-4pm)
Location: Welsh Field
Estimated Attendance: 500
Target Audience: the entire USF Community is welcomed, however the Carnival is geared towards the undergraduate students of USF.

Description: Right before finals, CAB will host a fun-filled day in Harney Plaza to help take some of the stress off of the student body.
Carnival-inspired games and live music will allow for a relaxed and fun afternoon before finals week. This is avaiable to all of the USF
community to provide a sense of community and school-spirit.
Evaluation Plan: We plan on sending out a survey via Facebook to all attendees and "maybe"s of the event to receive feedback on what
worked, what didn't, and what needs to change to better represent the students at USF. We also plan on sending out the survey through
OrgSync and a USFconnect posting.
                                                                          2011-12        2011-12
 LINE                                                         Object     BUDGET         AWARDED
 ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                         Code       REQUEST         BUDGET            FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
          Duplicating/Printing
          Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                         $49               $49
          Handbills (400 for $35)                                                $35               $35
                                Total Duplicating/Printing                       $84               $84

          Professional Fees
          Game Rentals                                                       $7,500             $5,000 Flat Amount
          Electric Generator                                                   $150               $150
                                 Total Professional Fees                     $7,650             $5,150

          Other - Food
          Carnival Snacks ($5 x 500 attendees x 33% off)                     $1,675             $1,005 300 people x $5 x 33% off
          SF Party Rental                                                      $350               $350
                                              Total Food                     $2,025             $1,355

     25         TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                               $9,759             $6,589

 BUDGET NOTES:

 These equipment rentals will be provided by Darryl Scotti Events Inc., a company that CAB has worked with many times. Some
 examples of the game rentals are:

 Various Game Booths/Midway Experience $1050
 ESPN Basketball/Football Throws ($50/hour)
 Inflatable Slides ($800)
 Iron Man Obstacle Course ($1500)
 Slip and Dip Slide ($750)
 Rock N Roll Joust ($800)
 Photobooth (4 hours = $1300)
 Henna Artist (2 hours = $350)
 Caricature artist (2 hours=$350)

 SF Party Rentals include a Cotton Candy Machine, a Popcorn Machine and a Slushee Machine from SF Party.

 *** One (1) electric generator is required no matter the number of Game Rentals.




                                                    Schedule E - Harney Carnival
                                   Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Late Nights
Date(s): Every 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the Month (8pm-11pm)
Location: Crossroads
Estimated Attendance: 100 per night
Target Audience: USF Students, Faculty and Staff (as audience and performers)
Description: Late Nights at Crossroads is CAB's ongoing series Open Mic Nights that is a relatively new tradition at USF. CAB took
over the Late Nights tradition last year, but it already feels like a traditional CAB event. Late Nights adds to the University by providing
a coffee shop feel on campus which is a great, cultural place to study or meet friends without having to venture off campus late at
night. Students have come to expect Late Nights and always stop by whenever their class is let out or they need that late night snack
and study break.
Evaluation Plan: We will start a comment box that will be present at all Late Nights for attendees and performers to give feedback. The
comment box is a more personal, traditional form of feedback that we feel may add to our theme of the "coffee shop" feel of Late
Nights.
                                                                           2011-12 2011-12
 LINE                                                          Object     BUDGET AWARDED
 ITEM                     DESCRIPTION                          Code       REQUEST BUDGET               FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
          Duplicating/Printing
          Color Poster (150 x $.65 = $98)                                        $98           $98
          Color Handbills (800 quarter sheets = $70)                             $70           $70
                               Total Duplicating/Printing                       $168          $168

          Marketing/Promotion
          Facebook Ads                                                          $100          $100
          Buttons (250 x $0.40 plus tax and shipping)                           $130          $130
          Stickers (500)                                                        $135            $0
          Cups (250 x $3.36 + $50 set-up + tax)                                 $990            $0
          Shirts (144 shirts x $3.64 + tax)                                     $574            $0
                               Total Marketing/Promotion                      $1,929          $230

          Miscalleneous
          Outside Performers ($500/month x 8 months)                          $4,000        $2,000 $500 x 4 months
          Coffee for Audience (20 events x $117.25)                           $2,345        $2,345
          Total                                                               $6,345        $4,345

     25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                                 $8,442        $4,743

 BUDGET NOTES:

 To continue to improve Late Nights, some additions were made to the previous budget. We have found that as Late Nights is a
 reoccuring event throughout the year, a more lasting form of advertisment is needed. Hence the addition of stickers and t-shirts:
 Something that is longer lasting and could be worn or placed much better in the public eye, something that gets the student body
 more involved with the program, will have far greater success at drawing an ever growing crowd. Handbills will be saved for larger,
 end-of-the-year, or special Late Nights. (Stickers by www.dieselfuelprints.com.)

 The addition of outside performers (ie. musicians, actors, poets, modern artist etc. seen at NACA and priced at their block-booking
 (aka discounted) rate) is an incentive for students to perform in front of great performers and also a chance for USF students to get
 better acquainted with a new artistic scene. The Intercultural Center's Lyrcist Lounge has seen great success in bringing outside
 performers in addition to their student performers; we seek to match their success.

 As Crossroads (the Coffee Bar portion) has most unfortunately changed their hours and now stops serving coffee and other hot
 beverages that students most desperately desire late at night (and was one of the main reasons student stopped by at Late
 Nights), we have added coffee to our budget to provide to Late Nights attendees. This adds to the coffee shop/open mic night feel,
 provides incentives to attend, and can aid students in getting their homework done too!

 Coffee is calculated at (20 events x 100 attendees x $1.75 x 33% discount) = $2345.

 We are also planning on ordering Coffee To-Go cups with the CAB logo on them to distribute at Late Nights for students to reuse
 all the time for their coffee! Coffee cups are a necessity to college students, and making them reusable brings them to a whole
 new level to further USF's green campaign. This not only promotes students to go green, but enables them to be able to spread
 the word of CAB. (http://www.discountmugs.com/nc/travel-mugs/2700/16oz-cup2go-travel-mugs.htm)

 Buttons are from Social Imprints.




                                                           Schedule E - Late Nights
                            Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12

Schedule E - Signature Event Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
Title of Event: Blockbuster Film Screening #2
Date(s): Wednesday, February 15, 2012 (7:00pm)
Location: Presentation Theatre
Estimated Attendance: 300
Target Audience: USF Undergrads, Graduate, Faculty and Staff
Description: Each year, CAB hosts two screenings of popular movies that have not yet been released on DVD. Through this event,
CAB is able to utilize its resources to create a fun event that brings the people of the USF Community together. At the events,
people can meet others with similar interests, find ways to get involved with CAB, and just enjoy a break from studying and
schoolwork.
Evaluation Plan: After the movie, we will send out a survey through Survey Monkey that is e-mailed to members of the CAB
Facebook page as well as OrgSync members, to get a general consensus of what the USF community thought of our event
including specifics, and a space for comments on how to improve in the future. The Films Director receives this information to digest
for future use and shares it with the rest of the CAB executive board.
                                                                       2011-12 2011-12
 LINE                                                       Object    BUDGET AWARDED
 ITEM                    DESCRIPTION                        Code      REQUEST BUDGET              FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES
         Duplicating/Printing
         Color Poster (75 x $.65 = $49)                                      $49          $49
         Table Tents (200 x $0.87)                                          $174         $174
         Color Handbills (400 quarter sheets = $35)                          $35          $35
                              Total Duplicating/Printing                    $258         $258

         Professional Fees
         Swank Movie License Fee (1 recent release)                         $780         $780
                             Total Professional Fees                        $780         $780

         Marketing/Promotion
         Facebook Ads                                                        $16          $16
                          Total Marketing/Promotion                          $16          $16

         Other - Decorations
         Balloons (10 balloons x $.87 + $15 delivery)                        $24           $0
                                      Total Decorations                      $24           $0

         Other - Rentals
         Presentation Theatre                                               $360         $360
         Janitorial Services                                                $160         $160
                                          Total Rentals                     $520         $520

    25        TOTAL SIGNATURE EVENT EXPENSES                              $1,597       $1,574

BUDGET NOTES:
Through the CAB Blockbuster Screenings of Toy Story 3 and Harry Potter, CAB has been able to promote larger, more popular
movies that have not yet been released to DVD. We have experimented with using Presentation Theatre for Toy Story 3 which had an
amazing turn out and are about to experiment with showing Harry Potter in McLaren (a more relaxed setting where food is allowed,
but not as comfortable seating). Due to the success of our events, it is our hope that we can continue to fund new releases that cater
to the preferences of the USF community. We have requested Presentation Theatre for the film screening as we know that it is
succesful venue.




                                      Schedule E - Film Screening (Blockbuster) #2
                 Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12
Schedule F - Equipment Expenses
Account Name: Campus Activities Board
Account Number: 910082-636301-account-9500
                                                            2011-12 2011-12
LINE                                              Object   BUDGET AWARDED
ITEM                   DESCRIPTION                Code     REQUEST BUDGET
       Type of Equipment, Furniture, Fixture:
       Replacement or New Purchase?:
       Expected Use (Number of Years):
       Justification of Need:



       Cost                                                     $0

       Type of Equipment, Furniture, Fixture:
       Replacement or New Purchase?:
       Expected Use (Number of Years):
       Justification of Need:



       Cost                                                     $0

       Type of Equipment, Furniture, Fixture:
       Replacement or New Purchase?:
       Expected Use (Number of Years):
       Justification of Need:



       Cost                                                     $0

       Type of Equipment, Furniture, Fixture:
       Replacement or New Purchase?:
       Expected Use (Number of Years):
       Justification of Need:



       Cost                                                     $0

  26                 TOTAL EQUIPMENT EXPENSES                   $0       $0




                                  Schedule F - Equipment Expense
          Proposed ASUSF Budget FY 2011-12




FINANCE COMMITTEE NOTES




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