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How To Get Martial Arts Sponsorships

Martial arts are an up and coming sport.  People are in awe of those that seem to defy gravity and are able to spin and kick while airborne.  There are many different types of martial arts out there, from karate, to judo, to taekwondo, and just as many sponsors to help make your dream a reality.  The good thing about martial arts is that they often have a very concentrated group of people, meaning that everyone seems to know everyone.  As such, you will be able to talk to others and get sponsorship tips.  There are other ways to get sponsorship as well.  Just look at the three ideas below.

Approaching people in your audience has lots of potential.  As mentioned above, the same people continue to show up at sparring events.  While some of them maybe friends and family members of those participating in the events, others might be potential sponsors.  After the event, make an effort to go up and talk to them.  Networking is a great way to find sponsors.  Remember to smile, be friendly, and keep at it.  While you might not find a sponsor at your first event, you’re bound to find one sooner or later. 

Your instructor is also a good place to start to look for sponsors.  He or she has probably had experience finding sponsorship in the past.  They will most likely be able to give you tips on how and where to find sponsors.  Better yet, they might be willing to sponsor you themselves. 

The center where you take martial art lessons also has potential for being able to sponsor you.  If you’re taking lessons at a center that specialises in martial art, then they will often reward those who do very well in sparring events and in the class.  Set up a meeting with the manager and bring a proposal letter as well as evidence of your sporting career.  Talk to them about how you propose they can sponsor you and listen to what they have to offer.

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

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