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How To Get Sailing Sponsorships

What better way to spend a day then on a sail boat with the wind, sun, and a couple of your best friends.  While it may look very easy, any experienced sailor will tell you that it takes a lot of hard work to become a professional sailor.  Serious sailors often move some place somewhere warm some that they can practice year round.  If you want the chance to practice year round, you should look into getting sponsors so that you can do that.  There are many ways to get sponsors, and below you can find three tips to help you get started.

 

During the summer months, youíll find that many people want to hire someone to take them out on the open waters in a boat.  Since you have a boat, you have a great opportunity to earn a bit of money as well as meet potential sponsors.  Advertising should be pretty easy, since if you live near the water there are bound to be a couple of tourist offices where you can leave a couple of flyers.  You should also get business cards made so that you can give them out to people who go on your boat. 

Give sailing lessons to children during the summer vacations.  If you do decide to do this, youíll have to do a bit of research as far as safety goes.  But once you get that taken care of, you should be able to run a type of sailing camp for children. You can divide them up by age or level.  Youíll find that children can learn very quickly. 

Contact a couple of boating companies and see if they would be willing to sponsor you.  Since boating supplies are often so expensive, itís well worth the effort to contact a couple of companies and see if they would be willing to help you out.  While you might not get a free boat, you could get a couple of sails, or even lessons to help you learn a bit more and become an expert sailor.

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

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