In an effort to continue to support our team and provide our swimmers with the best instruction and opportunities, we are promoting a business sponsorship program. As many are already aware, pool use expenses will increase in the near future, and it is our goal that we keep our fees and amount of time in the pool at their current levels. Subsequently, the team needs to seek additional sources of income.
The best part of this program for you as a family is this:
40% of the amount of all company sponsorships you obtain for the team will be credited to your family fundraising commitment!
We ask you to think of businesses that might be willing to support the team with a donation of $250 (Neutron Sponsor), $500 (Proton Sponsor), or $1000 (Electron Sponsor). The sponsorship packet outlines for each level what exposure businesses will receive for their sponsorship. If there is a wish to donate more than $1000, the ACAC Board of Directors will work with the business to negotiate additional acknowledgement.
Once you have a potential sponsor in mind, email Sterling Brennan at email@example.com or Frank Colandro at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the company and location you are targeting so the coordinator will be able to eliminate re-visitation of businesses that have already been contacted. They will then send you a PDF of the sponsorship packet for you to make the contact. The sponsorship coordinator, with the input of the executive board, reserves the right to deny pursuit of sponsorship from companies they deem inappropriate to be affiliated with ACAC. For this reason, you must contact the sponsorship coordinator before seeking sponsorship from a company. Also, please ensure to follow-up any contact with a company with a meeting or phone call, and keep in contact with the sponsorship coordinator regarding progress.
We sincerely hope this program will help support the finances of the team and provide great exposure for many of our local businesses, as well as giving families an additional avenue to complete their family fundraising obligations.
ACAC Executive Board