Sponsorship Opportunities Available for NorthBay Tennis Tournament
Get in the game with sponsorship opportunities large and small for the 2019 NorthBay Healthcare Men’s Pro Championship.
The United States Tennis Association $100,000 Challenger Series returns to Solano County for a fifth straight year Oct. 7-13 at Solano Community College. Sponsor benefits include year-round signage on the college campus courts, live stream public service announcements on the internet during the tournament, space in the annual printed program and Inside Tennis Magazine, and links to the tournament website.
Sponsors also get a number of tickets and VIP seating for matches and mixers, and an opportunity to play alongside Challenger players in a pro-am event that proceeds the tournament.
NorthBay Healthcare holds the title sponsorship for the third consecutive year. Levels still available include Presenting Sponsor ($15,000), Platinum Sponsor ($7,500), Gold Sponsor ($5,000), Silver Sponsor ($2,000), Bronze Sponsor ($1,000) and Community Sponsor ($200). All sponsorships are tax deductible.
Some of the best up-and-coming professional tennis players from the United States and over a dozen countries will compete. These elite athletes battle locally for a competitive purse and rankings points on a world tennis stage. They do so in front of courtside fans and a global audience on live-stream broadcasts.
The Fairfield tournament is the final leg of the men’s worldwide USTA Challenger tour through Northern California. It is a rare pro tournament of its kind in the United States. Best of all for sponsors, it is a great chance to reach a large audience eager to watch professional sports up close in Fairfield.
The tournament brings focus to Fairfield, Solano County and to Solano Community College itself. It also supports a worthy local cause. The tournament benefits the Dr. Chris Cammisa Tennis and Education Foundation, an organization that supports the women’s and men’s tennis teams at Solano College and also brings tennis and an education program to local, underserved youth.
Last year, children from the Leaven were able to participate in the USTA’s Net Generation Program, a fun, interactive introduction to tennis.
This year’s tournament features a draw of 48 elite singles players and 16 doubles teams. For sponsorship opportunities, contact tournament director Phil Cello by phone (707) 853-0915 or email Cellotennis@Comcast.net, or co-tournament director Rafael Rovira (707) 246-0990, or email at Rafael.Rovira@Solano.edu.
The tournament website can be found at FairfieldProTennis.com.