Sponsorship Opportunities

 

Thank you for your interest in Macomb Science Olympiad!

Our financial sponsors support MSO at many different levels.   We try to scale our recognition efforts to be consistent with the level of donation, but we truly appreciate all sponsors.

Review the types of sponsorship opportunities listed below, and consider what your organization might be able to contribute to the science education of children in our community.

If you know of an organization that might wish to be a sponsor, download this sponsorship information document and have them complete a sponsor registration.

Gold SponsorSilver SponsorBronze Sponsor

Open Event Sponsor

Competitive Event Sponsor

Minimum Donation

$5000

$2500

$1000

$300

$100

Sponsor Recognition

Signage

Banner Displayed on Main Platform

Banner Displayed on Main Platform

Banner Displayed in the Main Hall

Sponsor sign at the tournament event

Sponsor sign at the tournament event

Program

Full-page Ad and top billing on program cover

Full-page Ad and program cover

½-page Ad

Logo or name in program on open event pageLogo or name in program on event supervisor page

Website

Logo on website homepage and listed in Sponsors section Logo on website homepage and listed in Sponsors sectionLogo on website homepage and listed in Sponsors sectionListed in Sponsors section of website Listed in Sponsors section of website

Awards Ceremony

Recognition during the awards ceremony; may participate in distributing medalsRecognition during the awards ceremony; may participate in distributing medalsRecognition during the awards ceremony; may participate in distributing medals    

Media

Acknowledgement in news articles about Macomb Science Olympiad        

Notes:

  • Event sponsorships are specific to individual events at either the Elementary or Secondary tournament.
  • An "open" event is a non-competitiveactivity that is offered during a tournament, in which all kids may choose to participate
  • A "competitive" event is one for which students have studied or practiced to prepare, and demonstrate their knowledge and skills at the tournament.  Two or three students from each team will compete in each specific event.  Scores are calculated for these events, and top competitors are recognized at the awards ceremony.