INCREASE THE VALUE OF YOUR SPONSORSHIP OFFERINGS; SPONSORSHIP CONTAINS FOUR COMPONENTS; IF YOU HAVE NOT BEEN LOOKING YOU ARE RUNNING BEHIND AND COMPARING TV PRESENTATIONS OF INDYCAR AND NASCAR, ALL INCLUDED IN LATEST EDITION OF MOTORSPORTS SPONSORSHIP MARKETING NEWS
LANGHORNE, PA August 10, 2017 . . . Finding sponsors that are willing to pay for what a race team or promotion has to offer is getting tougher and tougher in all forms of motorsports.
The latest edition of Ernie Saxton’s Motorsports Sponsorship Marketing News is jam packed with information that can be a huge help to sponsorship seekers. Kristin Swartzlander shares her ideas for increasing the value of your offerings so that you can receive the equivalent value in return.
Increase the size of your audience, and the depth of your connection to them. Swartzlander tells you how to do that and shares even more ideas in the August issue of Motorsports Sponsorship Marketing News now in its 33rd year of helping readers to be successful with their sponsorship efforts.
Marcie Barlow talks about sponsorship containing four key components while publisher Ernie Saxton tells readers if you have not been looking for sponsorship (for next year) you are already running behind. And then Michael K. Spotts shares his thoughts on the television presentations of the IndyCar Series and NASCAR.
In addition to these very helpful articles there is news of new sponsorship deals and the story of Target leaving motorsports.
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Check in at www.saxtonsponsormarket.com for information about Ernie Saxton Communications and services, including sponsorship representation, that are offered. Saxton has more than 40 years’ experience in sponsorship, marketing and public relations in addition to being a columnist in a variety of publications.