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How To Get Badminton Sponsorships

Badminton is a great game since it is often played by amateurs and professionals alike.  Itís fun volley back and forth whether in partners or singles, similar to tennis.  While some people stop there and are happy to play just for fun, others want to play badminton as a professional sport.  If youíre one of those who would like to be a professional badminton player, then you should consider finding a sponsor to help you with the costs of lessons and the necessary equipment.  You can find three ways to find sponsors below.

Start within your school.  The manager of the sports complex where you take lessons should know about competitions.  Competitions arenít just about the money.  You can get badminton gear as well.  Competitions are a good way to get noticed by potential sponsors, whether they be coaches or business people.  If you do place in a competition, use this chance to speak to other people at the competition, including those who you placed against. 

Offer to play at matches.  Some matches offer incentives to good badminton players.  Some offer cash and others offer badminton equipment from rackets to shoes.  Often these types of competitions are for charity and try to find good players to command the audienceís attention.  You might have to look around a bit to find these types of competition.  Once again, the best place to start is where you are taking badminton lessons at the moment. 

Give advice from those better than you.  If you can find a badminton player who is willing to give you points about how to play, then you are on your way to becoming a better player.  Tips arenít the only thing that you can get from an experienced player, you might be able to be introduced to other star players.

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information.

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