Sponsorship Opportunities

Filed under: — sbetts @ 12:45 pm

This event was initiated 15 years ago after the death of an ultimate player and friend, in a hit and run accident. It was intended to help heal some wounds of family and friends, and help some kids that aren’t as fortunate as many of us. It has grown every year – last year over 300 people participated – and all levels of experience enjoy this event.

With the help of sponsorships from local businesses and individuals, this event has been a huge success. We need help offsetting the costs of the event so that we can donate all of our participant’s entry fees to the charity. Sponsorship monies offset expenses like participant tshirts, Frisbees to sell, printing costs, facilities, and miscellaneous other items.

Additionally, in recent years, we have organized a raffle and player packs to go along with the participant event. Raffle sponsors are acknowledged during the hour of their prize drawing. Player packs are a benefit to all players in the event. Each player receives a player pack with their registration. Your donated item could be there! All sponsors will also have their logo on the Sponsor Board as well as website links on this official web site.

Sponsorship exposes your company name to all of our participants, ages ranging from 10-50 (vast majority aged 20-35), whose families and friends follow and support their event participation. According to the Ultimate Players Association the average household income of Ultimate players is $50-100K. You can advertise your company name to this great demographic by sponsoring today.

In the first twelve years combined, we’ve raised over $50,000 for the local charities. We simply couldn’t make this happen without the generous support of our sponsors. There are numerous levels of sponsorship, as well. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Paul Devine or 614-288-3342, or download our sponsor letter and our sponsorship opportunities.

Please consider sponsoring the Andy 24.

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