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Discussion: sponsors

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Nov. 26, 2012
Men's 50
42 posts
What is the best way to obtain a sponsor for 2013 with the economy the way it is.
Nov. 26, 2012
Tim Millette
615 posts
When all is said and done...we are playing softball as a hobby.

If no one is voluntering to sponsor....take a part time job to pay for your own hobby.

I like going out to "fancy" dinners...anyone know how to get sponsors in this economy?

Or....Thinking about the recent election.......Can't we just tax the "rich" a little more to pay for our softball...

I mean after all....many in this country are being given section 8, free food, healthcare, cell phones, school lunch/breakfast, many students get discounted or free access to school sports while others pay.....where is the social justice for senior softball....

Someone call AARP!!!!

Nov. 26, 2012
Men's 65
4549 posts
Maybe the ACLU.
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