Support the John Baldwin's Cougar Education Fund's Bid for Kids 2012 by becoming a Sponsor
Original post made by Emily Wetmore, John Baldwin Elementary School, on Jan 18, 2012
Bid for Kids 2012
Auction by becoming a Sponsor
What: The Bid for Kids 2012 Auction
When: Online Auction- March 14th-23rd
Live Auction- March 31st at Round Hill Country Club
Who: A sponsor can be an individual, family, group of people, or a Company
Why You Should Be Involved:
• This is a great way for you to achieve widespread visibility by tapping into an engaged, active community to promote your own products and services.
• Because John Baldwin Cougar Education Fund is all about leveraging a powerful community to raise a significant amount of money for John Baldwin Elementary School.
Types of Sponsorships Opportunities:
• Platinum, Gold and Silver Sponsors: Each of these sponsors will get exposure to our local supporters as well as 200,000 nationwide bidders on BiddingforGood.com, your logo prominently placed on our auction site, and email blasts.
o Silver: $250. In addition to the above, this sponsor can choose one gambling table or game to sponsor, where their name will be prominently placed, and in a special "Sponsors" page in the Bid for Kids 2012 Auction Program.
o Gold: $500. In addition to the above, this sponsor can choose two gambling tables or games to sponsor, where their name will be prominently placed, and in a special "Sponsors" page in the Bid for Kids 2012 Auction Program.
o Platinum: $1000. In addition to all of the above, this level will be the "Heads or Tails" Sponsor where we give away an iPad! Also, this sponsor can choose two gambling tables or games to sponsor, where their name will be prominently placed, and in a special "Sponsors" page in the Bid for Kids 2012 Auction Program.
• Ad Space in our Live Auction Program: It is just $50 for a ½ page ad and $100 for a full page ad in our Bid for Kids 2012 Auction Program.
REMEMBER: You can help make the Bid for Kids 2012 Auction a success!
Get involved NOW!
Have a question or suggestion? Want to learn about Sponsorship opportunities?
Contact Carrie Shapiro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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