Endurance Event Sponsorship Guide:
How to Get and Keep Event Sponsors

Finding sponsors for your event can be a real challenge. Not only do you need to make your event stand out from others, you also have to come up with unique and valuable sponsorship opportunities to win over potential sponsors and keep them coming back for future events. To find ideal partners and win their support, you’ll need to understand the demographics and interests of your participants and evaluate all of your assets to create meaningful sponsorship opportunities that help your sponsors achieve their goals.

It takes creativity and time to come up with a unique and valuable sponsorship opportunity for potential partners. But it’s well worth the energy upfront, because once their sponsorship is over, they’re much more likely to sign on for future events when you can show them the value they received.

Check out our new Endurance Event Sponsorship Guide for insider tips on finding potential sponsors, crafting a great sponsorship pitch, and enhancing the event experience for your sponsors. We’ll help you how to not only find and secure event sponsors, but also how to retain event sponsors and help them understand the value of their sponsorship.

About Eventbrite:

Eventbrite provides a simple, streamlined registration platform to help endurance event organizers and race directors set-up, promote, and sell out their events. Event organizers can reach a broader audience of athletes, volunteers and fans, and make smarter decisions along the way with social marketing tools, personalized event discovery, and access to real-time data, all in one place. Eventbrite is one of the fastest-growing registration services with over 10,000 endurance events and more than $2.5 billion in sales.

To find out more, go to www.eventbrite.com/endurance


Sarah Hoffman

Sarah heads up food and beverage marketing at Eventbrite. She helps chefs, restaurants, breweries, wineries, and just about anyone passionate about food and drink bring people together through experiences. She enjoys sour beers, egg white cocktails, and is a sucker for anything with pork belly or a poached egg. Follow her San Francisco shenanigans and food adventures on Twitter.