The Berwick High School Basketball programs are currently holding its first annual Wall Sign campaign. Over the past year, BHS Basketball home games have attracted 1,000’s of fans that will be able to view all “Wall Sign” donors. This season we would like to add you, or your business name. This letter will show how to get involved and the benefits of purchasing a “wall sign.”
The wall sign will cost $150 for the first year and $100 for each following year and be kept up on display for one calendar year. “Wall signs” will be 6 inches in height and 16 inches in length. The “wall signs” will be located on the wall above where we collect for the gate. Every person entering the gym will see your sign! In addition to home basketball games, the gym is used for other school functions, which will add up to more views of your “Wall Sign.”
Please get involved with us as your donation will allow our students-athletes to compete at a higher level. Your donations will allow us to purchase various training equipment, attend camps, purchase new uniforms, etc.…, all to improve on the fundamental skills and to properly equip all of our student-athletes. Should you choose to get involved please make checks payable to “Berwick High Basketball.” Also include a business card or a template for the printing of the wall. You can email a digital logo if you already have one.
Just a thought..."The kids who need the most love will ask for it in the most unloving ways."
Students:"Every day is a new beginning. Take a deep breath, and start again."-Unknown
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