Do you want a copy of last years book to show potential advertisers and sponsors? Stop by the office at 8655 Grovemont Circle to pick one up. Call first to make sure we are here! (240) 224-7363
Questions? Contact Wendy Sheasley email@example.com
Here is a digital copy of a previous Tournament Book
Advertising Opportunities- Bethesda Soccer Club Thanksgiving Tournament 2016
-Advertising and Sponsorship Agreements, checks & artwork are due October 18, 2016. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for late ad requests.
ADVERTISEMENT SIZE & COST
$300 Full Page 7×9.5″
$200 Half Page 7×4.75″
$160 Quarter Page 3.5×4.75″
$110 Business Card 2×3.5″
$50 Patron-one line of text in Program
Premium Ad Space
$900 Back Cover 7×9.5″ Full Color SOLD
$750 Front Inside Cover 7×9.5″ Full Color SOLD
$750 Back Inside Cover 7×9.5″ Full Color SOLD
$600 First Page 7×9.5″ B/W SOLD
$600 Last Page 7×9.5″ B/W SOLD
The Marketing Audience
The Tournament offers an excellent opportunity to capitalize on the growing soccer interest created by the World Cup and Olympic soccer matches, qualifiers and friendlies played in Maryland and DC over the years, and local professional soccer led locally by four-time Major League Soccer champion DC United and Washington Spirit. The demographics in Montgomery County makes the tournament an ideal vehicle for product and service marketing at the start of the Christmas shopping season and for image enhancement with the local community. The Tournament is especially well suited for national and regional businesses in Montgomery County. Sponsorship not only demonstrates local support and involvement to participants from this area but also provides impressions for visitors from outside the sponsor’s marketing locations.
The direct audience includes about 15,300 boys and girls ranging in age from 9 to 18; about 3,000 officials, including coaches, managers, referees and tournament volunteers; and at least 30,000 parents, plus siblings and other relatives, friends and fans who attend as spectators.
The indirect audience includes readers of tournament publicity in area and community newspapers; soccer coaches and administrators who see the Tournament’s calendar listing and other promotional material in soccer publications; and parents and others who do not accompany their family’s player, but who see the Tournament program and other materials both before and after the event.