What is a sponsorship? A sponsorship is a relationship between your business and an organization whose members have a need or desire for the products or services you sell. Unlike a donation to a charity, a sponsorship allows your business to purchase access to the buying power of the organization’s members so you can market your business to a new set of prospective customers.
What are the benefits of being a sponsor? There are dozens of good reasons to sponsor our organization. Here are some that might be most important to you:
Increase the visibility of your company through the activities of our organization.
Grow your customer base by meeting potential customers who may not know about your product or service.
Generate new business-to-business revenue through partnerships with other sponsors.
Create relationships with long term value.
Gain a network of customers and business partners.
A sponsorship can help you become better known in the market place, create a new niche for your business; build customer loyalty; become more connected with your community. All these things lead to increased revenue for your business.
Is the Executive Women’s Golf Association the right sponsorship partner for you?
The Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) is a not-for –profit organization formed in 1991. The EWGA Mission is connecting women to learn, play, and enjoy the golf for business and for fun.
The Association is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The membership is comprised primarily of career-oriented women and currently has nearly 20,000 members. The Association is organized into local Chapters in the U.S. states along with international Chapters in Canada and France.
A Local View: Our local chapter (GSEWGA) membership has 100 women that represent a cross section of business, professions and employers, both public and private. Our members play in 8 leagues at 7 area golf courses as well as a variety of educational clinics, golf, social and networking events.
For more information please contact Dee Kuerzel at Kuerzeld@comcast.net or Pat Kaplan at PatKaplan55@outlook.com