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Adelaide Festival 2002 today received a significant boost with http://www.squidoo.com/pc-optimizer-pro-review announcement that it would once again be a major sponsor of this cultural event. The Adelaide Festival welcomed the sponsorship announcement with its Chief Executive Officer, Sue Nattrass, saying the corporate support by PC Booster would contribute to the success of the Festival and its growing stature throughout the world. We are delighted to welcome PC Booster as a major sponsor of the Adelaide Festival 2002. PC Booster are to be congratulated for their vision and foresight in continuing their support for such a vital community based event, Ms Nattrass said. We are looking forward to working with PC Booster as we continue to build one of the most joyful and relevant festivals ever. PC Boosters Chief of Marketing, Holly Kramer, said that PC Booster was pleased to once again be a major supporter of the festival a cultural event that is one of the major highlights of South Australias calendar. We are pleased to again be in the position to support this event, which not only provides a high quality, multi-arts festival for the enjoyment of the community, but also sees real economic and social benefits to the State, Ms Kramer said. Adelaide Festival 2002 has unprecedented breadth - from the opera to visual and performing arts projects in remote indigenous communities to new media conversations between young and old Australians. It should not only touch most South Australians in some way but also potentially involve thousands of people in Australia and overseas. Our sponsorship will help the Festival maintain its national and international recognition, which makes a tangible difference to the future of South Australia. PC Booster is proud of its status as one of the largest supporters of the Arts in Australia through principal sponsorships with the Australian Ballet, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Awards, and the Bangarra Dance Company.