Take a look at the new scoreboard that James River High School, VA, is the proud owner of thanks to Tom and Joe Carmichael of Sports Image®. James River High School is excited to put their new board to use this upcoming football season and we are excited to be part of such a great contribution. Thanks to Tom and Joe for their hard work and for all the sponsors involved!
Congratulations to Sussex County Technical High School, NJ, for being the recipient of a $3,000 revenue check from Sports Image®. Our revenue sharing program is another great way we strive to pump funding back into athletic programs.
Here is a great article on high school advertising and how it has taken a turn toward digital media to help bring revenue through the door and offset the costs to play. This is another great way Sports Image® can help your school or organization nationwide.
NEW YORK (MainStreet) — NFL quarterback Tim Tebow led the Denver Broncos to a huge upset over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in the wild-card round of playoff games, but the real winners of the game were likely the ad sponsors featured during the well-viewed game.
We came across this article and thought it was a great example of what we try to accomplish here at Sports Image® in taking the pay out of play.
Sports Image® is thrilled to announce that our newest franchisee, Mark Lesch, is officially on board! We want to welcome Mark and congratulate him on his territory in New Jersey, near his home in Somerdale. Mark is excited to help the local schools and organizations using the principles of Sports Image® and we cannot wait to start working with him. Welcome to the team Mark!
Bradley Kerley and his team, TX, did a great job representing Sports Image® at the recent Texas High School Coaches Association Convention in San Antonio. Over 12,00 coaches were in attendance, making it a great opportunity for Sports Image® to connect with schools across the state. Way to go Bradley!
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Bel Air, MD – 2012 –Under an agreement with school president, Richard J. O’Hara, Sports Image® provided The John Carroll School with a new scoreboard for their baseball field. Funds for the equipment were secured by Sports Image® through advertising sponsorships. Sue Taylor, Project Manager at Sports Image® secured the advertising sponsorships, handled all contracts, developed artwork, and collected payment for the project. The Sports Image® program did not demand valuable time from the Administration, Athletic Director or school personnel. Major sponsors for the project were Rosedale Federal Savings and Loan, Klein’s Shoprite, The Bel Air Athletic Club, Cook Volkswagon, Huskins Builders, Sandler Training, Gold Medal Physical Therapy, Upper Chesapeake Health and McDonalds.
President O’Hara says, “Sue Taylor was instrumental in creating a successful partnership that led to our scoreboard becoming a reality. Her work was thorough and professional and she was responsive and helpful in addressing questions that arose along the way. We will be happy to work with Sports Image again for future scoreboard projects.”
“Sports Image® and projects like these provide sponsors with a more effective way to reach their target audiences. Sponsors build loyalty and maximize public relations with consumers by making a real connection with their community. It’s a win-win situation for both the school and the sponsor,” said Sue Taylor of Sports Image®.