Get in on the action! Because of the overwhelming success and support from the community and sponsors, the 2007 Dragon’s Challenge and the State Criterium Championship are going to be BIGGER and BETTER THAN EVER! Professional cycling teams and racers from all over the Eastern United States are lining up to race in the Premier Criterium event to be held May 26th through the streets of Historic Downtown Fayetteville.
What does this mean for a sponsor? Well, the 2008 NC Criterium Championship has been scheduled for one of the best weekends for bicycle racing, Memorial Weekend. For the last three years our races had over 600 racers, thousands of spectators, and $5,000-$10,000 in cash and prizes! This year we anticipate nearly 800 racers and 5,000+ spectators.
Restaurants… FULL ~ Excitement… HIGH!
Title Sponsor ~ $5,000
Logo & Name on Cover plus 2 Full Page Ads
Platinum ~ $1000
Full Page Ad Plus Logo Page
Gold ~ $500
Half-Page Ad Plus Logo Page
Silver ~ $300
Quarter-Page Ad Plus Logo Page
Bronze ~ $100
Logo on Logo Page Only
Each sponsorship packages has varying degrees of advertising and media exposure. There will be a minimum of 2000 18+ page event booklets printed and distributed to spectators, local businesses and participants.
All event sponsors will have their equivalent booklet information posted to the Cross Creek Cycling Club website which receives an average of 200k hits per month, for a period of at least one year from the event.
C4 Must receive your signed agreement not later than April 15th and all monies not later than April 30th. You can download the agreement & more detailed information from the C4 website at: CrossCreekCyclingClub.org. LINK
Please contact Robert Havens at
(910) 987-1888 or
· Bicycling is the second most popular sport in the world.
· Bicycling represents a $3.5 billion industry in the US alone.
· There are more cyclists in the US than skiers, golfers and tennis players combined.
· Total US cyclists: 99 million
· The average cyclist is young and affluent.
· 87% are between the ages of 18 and 44
· 55% are male
· 45% are female
· 63% are professional
· High discretionary income (Average household income = $55,000)