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Pro camps national overview wal-mart

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  2. 2. <ul><li>ProCampsspecializes in planning and executing youth athletic camps for some of the most visible and marketable athletes in professional sports
  3. 3. ProCamps’ event model provides thousands of disadvantaged youth each summer the opportunity to attend camps with their sports heroes
  4. 4. Since 1998, ProCamps has developed a reputation as being an industry leader among players, agents, sponsors, parents and youth athletes </li></ul>Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  5. 5. Each year ProCamps<br /><ul><li>Aligns sponsors with some of the most recognizable and marketable names in professional sports
  6. 6. Secures more than $2.2 Million in pre-camp advertising across camp markets
  7. 7. Works with thousands of youth leagues, organizations, schools, etc. across camp markets
  8. 8. Provides thousands of underprivileged </li></ul> youth scholarships to attend camp<br /><ul><li>Raises substantial dollars for several of </li></ul> our athletes’ charitable foundations<br />Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  9. 9. EVERY CAMP INCORPORATES A SUBSTANTIAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR AREA DISADVANTAGED YOUTH<br /><ul><li>Camp partners with nationally and locally recognized youth non-profits in each market
  10. 10. Scholarship campers receive transportation, camp tuition, camper package, food and drinks</li></ul>Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  11. 11. Many Athletes use their camp as a Fundraiser for their Foundations <br />Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  12. 12. Associate your brand with top<br />athletes’ community efforts<br />Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  13. 13. UP CLOSE, FUN EXPERIENCES FOR EXECS, EMPLOYEE REWARDS, CLIENTS<br /><ul><li>Coaches’ Luncheon
  14. 14. Athlete Meet and Greet
  15. 15. Sponsor recognition at camp
  16. 16. Excellent opportunity to entertain suppliers </li></ul>Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  17. 17. 2011 CAMPS PROMOTED IN OVER $2.2 MILLION DOLLARS OF MEDIA VALUE<br /><ul><li>Television: Promotional announcements on each local market partner
  18. 18. Radio: Promotional announcements on each local market network partner
  19. 19. Print: Ads in each local market partner
  20. 20. Additional: Outdoor, Web Campaigns, Social Media, In-News coverage</li></ul>Fox Sports Detroit NdamukongSuh Camp <br />The Oklahoman Print AdKevin Durant Camp <br />Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  21. 21. HEAVY FOCUS ON REACHING OUR AUDIENCE WITH TARGETED GRASSROOTS PLANS<br /><ul><li>Camp brochures, posters, postcards, flyers, etc. distributed to schools, sports leagues, youth organizations, etc.
  22. 22. Regular email with past campers/parents, coaches and databases of youth leagues and organizations and creation of incentive programs for registrations
  23. 23. Internet: Each camp has a featured home page on www.ProCamps.com</li></ul>Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  24. 24. REACH KIDS / PARENTS / COACHES AT EACH CAMP<br /><ul><li>Sponsor banners/booths at each camp
  25. 25. Opportunity to interact with campers, parents and coaches
  26. 26. Distribution of promotional items/materials in camper gift bags</li></ul>Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  27. 27. <ul><li>Exposure on www.ProCamps.com and Unique URL
  28. 28. Promotions and Posts on Facebook and Twitter
  29. 29. Athlete retweets</li></li></ul><li>Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  30. 30. ProCamps Worldwide hosts camps for Rookie Sensations, All-Stars, MVPs, Olympians, and Hall of Famers. We work with 35 sports figures from the NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball and the Women’s Professional Soccer League. <br /><ul><li> Candace Parker – Los Angeles, CA
  31. 31. Carmelo Anthony – New York, NY
  32. 32. Danny Granger – August – Indianapolis, IN
  33. 33. DJ White – September – Bloomington, IN
  34. 34. Dwight Howard – August – Orlando, FL
  35. 35. Dwyane Wade – July – Miami, FL
  36. 36. Dwyane Wade – July – Chicago, IL
  37. 37. John Calipari– July – Lexington, KY
  38. 38. Kevin Durant – June – Oklahoma City, OK
  39. 39. Kevin Durant – July – Austin, TX
  40. 40. Rajon Rondo – June/July – Louisville, KY
  41. 41. Ray Allen – Boston, MA
  42. 42. Adrian Peterson – June – Oklahoma City, OK
  43. 43. Anthony Munoz– July – Ontario, CA
  44. 44. Ben Roethlisberger – June – Pittsburgh, PA
  45. 45. Cam Newton – June – Charlotte, NC
  46. 46. Chris Cooley – June – Fairfax, VA
  47. 47. Chris Johnson – June – Nashville, TN
  48. 48. Chris Spielman – July – Columbus, OH
  49. 49. Colt McCoy – July – Cleveland, OH
  50. 50. Devin Hester – July – Chicago, IL
  51. 51. Dwight Freeney– June – Indianapolis, IN
  52. 52. Jason Taylor – March – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  53. 53. Jason Witten – April – Dallas, TX
  54. 54. Jonathan Stewart – July – Lacey, WA
  55. 55. Justin Tuck – June – Mahwah, NJ
  56. 56. Marvin Lewis – June – Cincinnati, OH
  57. 57. Matt Ryan – June – Atlanta, GA
  58. 58. Mike Tomlin – June – Pittsburgh, PA
  59. 59. NdamukongSuh– June – Detroit, MI
  60. 60. Philip Rivers – June – San Diego, CA
  61. 61. Reggie Bush – June – San Diego, CA
  62. 62. Tim Tebow/Urban Meyer – Gainesville, FL
  63. 63. Wes Welker – April – Oklahoma City, OK
  64. 64. Wes Welker – June – Boston, MA
  65. 65. Jay Bruce – July – Cincinnati, OH
  66. 66. Heather Mitts – June – Cincinnati, OH
  67. 67. Arizona – Tucson, AZ
  68. 68. Florida – Gainesville, FL
  69. 69. Indiana – Indianapolis, IN
  70. 70. Kansas – Lawrence, KS
  71. 71. Kentucky – Lexington, KY
  72. 72. Michigan State – East Lansing, MI
  73. 73. St. John’s – Queens, NY
  74. 74. Texas – Austin, TX
  75. 75. Brad Richards – New York City, NY</li></ul>Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />
  76. 76. <ul><li>Premier Partner recognition in all camp media
  77. 77. Premier Partner recognition in camp promotional materials
  78. 78. Opportunity to use camp to create traffic-driving, PR and/or partnership awareness campaign
  79. 79. 4 complimentary camp spots
  80. 80. 4 invitations to Coaches’ Luncheon
  81. 81. Opportunity to assist athlete hand out camp awards one day of camp
  82. 82. Opportunity to display 2 banners
  83. 83. Ability to have booth space on site/interact with parents
  84. 84. Opportunity to include promotional information/items in camper gift bags
  85. 85. Opportunity to have a unique eblast sent out to camp database
  86. 86. Category Exclusivity</li></ul>Average Contribution<br />$7,500 per camp written to the Kids2Camp Fund to provide camp scholarships for underprivileged youth <br />
  87. 87. Lets us know how we can customize a partnership to drive the highest return on your investment<br />Mike Fisk <br />ProCamps Worldwide<br />Mfisk@procamps.com<br />513-745-5845<br />Property of ProCamps, Ltd.; unauthorized dissemination or reproduction prohibited.<br />

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