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4th Annual Some Gave All 5K--May 11, 2013, Rafe Banks Park, Lula, GA. In Memory of MAJ Kevin Jenrette, KIA June 4, 2009 Afghanistan. One Mile, Tot Trot & Ranger Buddy Run! Static displays, silent …

4th Annual Some Gave All 5K--May 11, 2013, Rafe Banks Park, Lula, GA. In Memory of MAJ Kevin Jenrette, KIA June 4, 2009 Afghanistan. One Mile, Tot Trot & Ranger Buddy Run! Static displays, silent auction, awards ceremony and cook-out following the run!

Register NOW as a participant or phantom runner at http://www.active.com/running/lula-ga/some-gave-all-5k-2013 or by mail! Remember someone special and support the Balloon Release Fundraiser! Sponsors--we need your participation to support this awesome event! All levels of opportunities are available! Proceeds to benefit the GA National Guard Foundation! THANK YOU!



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  • 1. 4th Annual “Some Gave All” 5K Road Race In Memory of Major Kevin M. Jenrette KIA Afghanistan June 4, 2009 Come run with us!Thank you for considering sponsorship of the “Some Gave All” road race. All proceeds of this event will benefit theGeorgia National Guard Family Support Foundation in memory of Major Kevin M. Jenrette.The “Some Gave All” road race will be held Saturday, May 11th at 5:00pm at Rafe Banks Park in Lula, GA. Anawards ceremony & post race cook-out will follow for a $5 donation. The events include a 5K road race beginning at5:00pm and a 1 mile Freedom Run and Tot Trot at 6:00pm. This year we are adding a “Ranger Buddy Run.” This eventis for currently serving Soldiers or veterans (Ranger Tab not required). Participants must have a “buddy,” uniform,boots, LCE/LBV, and be issued a dummy rifle. This is a team event – “Ranger Up!” Packet pick-up begins at 3:00pm.Additional activities include a silent auction, bouncy house for children, face painting, rock wall, a US Army helicopter,military vehicles and displays, and much, much more. Based on historical participation, we expect over 600 runners and as many as 2,000 attendees to attend the event. Sponsorship Levels/Opportunities1. Four Star General Level Sponsor ($5,000)2. Ranger Level Sponsor ($2,500)3. Roughrider Level Sponsor ($1,000)4. Cavalry Scout Level Sponsor ($500)5. Proud Patriot Level Sponsor ($250)6. Basic Soldier Level Sponsor ($75) 1 of 7
  • 2. 4th Annual “Some Gave All” 5K Road Race In Memory of Major Kevin M. Jenrette KIA Afghanistan June 4, 2009 “Some Gave All” road race benefiting the Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation Four Star General Level Sponsor - $5,000 Logo recognition in all race advertising Access to athlete “goodie bag” for material/product stuffers Logo recognition on the race info websites 2- Booth Space on Race Day (if applicable) Logo signage at the following race locations: Starting Line Area, Finish Line Area, Mile marker signage, Water Points, as well as 4 additional signs – placed at Packet Pick Up and various high profile locations on race day. 1 – 36” x 36” Banner at finish line (provided by company) Periodic verbal promotion by announcer before/during/after event (awards) Opportunity to personally address crowd during awards ceremony 2 of 7
  • 3. Ranger Level Sponsor - $2,500 Access to athlete “goodie bag” for material/product stuffers Logo recognition on the race info websites 2 - Booth Space on Race Day (if applicable) Periodic verbal promotion by announcer before/during/after (awards) Logo signage at the following race locations: Starting Line Area, Finish Line Area, Mile markers or water point, and Packet Pick-up 1 – 36” x 36” Banner at finish line (provided by company) Donate a silent auction prize and have option to address crowd during awards ceremony. Roughrider Level Sponsor - $1,000 Access to athlete “goodie bag” for material/product stuffers Logo recognition on the race info websites 2 - Booth Space on Race Day (if applicable) Periodic verbal promotion by announcer before/during/after (awards) Logo signage at the following race locations: Starting Line Area or Finish Line Area, Mile markers or water point, Packet Pick-up 1 – 36” x 36” Banner at finish line (provided by company) Donate a door prize and have option to address crowd during awards ceremony. 3 of 7
  • 4. Cavalry Scout Level Sponsor - $500 Access to athlete “goodie bag” for material/product stuffers Logo recognition on the race info websites 2 - Booth Space on Race Day (if applicable) Periodic verbal promotion by announcer before/during/after (awards) Logo recognition at Start and Finish areas 1 – 36” x 36” Banner at finish line (provided by company) Proud Patriot Level Sponsor - $250 Access to athlete “goodie bag” for material/product stuffers Logo recognition on the race info websites 1 - Booth Space on Race Day (if applicable) Periodic verbal promotion by announcer before/during/after (awards) Logo recognition at Finish area 1 – 36” x 36” Banner at finish line (provided by company) Basic Soldier Level Sponsor - $75 Access to athlete “goodie bag” for material/product stuffers 4 of 7
  • 5. Benefits of Sponsoring the “Some Gave All” road race  Partner with “Some Gave All” and the Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation and have logo exposure in local advertisements, as well as ability to have your website linked directly to the event website.  Associate your company with Road Races which are growing in popularity among those with an active lifestyle. New events are being added at a record pace and are selling out in hours. Race participation has steadily increased in the past ten years.Involve your business with the attractive demographics of the average runner:  The average runner: o Is in their late 30s to mid 40s o Is college educated (80% with undergraduate degrees and many with advanced degrees: 42% hold a Masters Degree or higher) o Works in a Managerial/Professional career position (71%) o Is married (62%) o Has an average household income of over $108,000 per year. o 97% of Runners have access to the Internet (the national average is 49%) o Over 60% have made online purchases.  More than 86% of Runners have indicated that they would be more likely to purchase a sponsor’s product over that of a non-sponsors competing product. 5 of 7
  • 6. Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation, Inc.The Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable corporationestablished in 1994 for the primary purpose of providing assistance on an emergency relief basis to soldiers andairmen serving in the Georgia National Guard and other qualified military members living in the State of Georgia.Although not a military organization, the Foundation is recognized as an official support organization of the GeorgiaNational Guard.The Foundation is one of eight “check-off” charities approved by the Legislature for individual tax-deductible donationswhen filing State of Georgia Income Tax Returns. All Georgia taxpayers have the opportunity to “pick an amount andmake it count” for the Foundation each year. In addition, it is a participating charity for the United Way CombinedFederal Campaign (CFC agency code # 70602) and the State Charitable Contribution Program (SCCP agency code #177000).In addition to the “Some Gave All 5K” in Memory of Major Kevin Jenrette, the Foundation has been designated as thebeneficiary of grass roots campaigns including, the Savannah Memorial Day Festival, the Kangaroo Express “SaluteOur Troops” Campaign, Books-A-Million, Assault on Kennesaw Mountain 5K and other fundraising opportunities!Relationships have been established with the Atlanta Falcons, the Atlanta Hawks and other sports venues fordiscounted tickets sales to benefit the Foundation.As a result of contributions, both large and small, from corporate donors and individuals, the Foundation has providedover $ 1,790,415.00 in emergency relief assistance to more than 2,085 Georgia National Guard members and theirfamilies. Examples of assistance include payments to avoid eviction, foreclosure, utilities disconnection andrepossession of vehicles due to job loss. Assistance has been given to victims of house and apartment fires, tornados,floods and other natural disasters. Emergency travel and funeral expenses, as well as assistance to Guard membersinjured during deployment and training, temporary pay problems and more are examples of the multiple requests forassistance that are received each week. GEORGIA NATIONAL GUARD FAMILY SUPPORT FOUNDATION, INC. Primary contact: Harriet Morgan, Administrator. 678-569-5704 or email harriet.h.morgan.civ@mail.mil Website: www.georgiaguardfamily.org 6 of 7
  • 7. 4th Annual “Some Gave All” 5K Road Race In Memory of Major Kevin M. Jenrette KIA Afghanistan June 4, 2009Amount: $_________Billing Information: Name of Company : __________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________ City/state/zip: _______________________________________ Contact name: _______________________________________ Phone #: ___________________________________________ Email:____________________________________________________ Enclosed is our check made payable to: “Some Gave All” 5KThe Registration Form and payment may be mailed to the following address:“Some Gave All” 5KP.O. Box 742Lula, GA 30554Tax ID #: 27-2029176 THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 7 of 7