Out-Fit Challenge Announces Sponsorship Opportunities for 2014 State-to-State Mud Run Events

Mud Run Supporting the LGBT Community Offers Businesses Various Single and Multi Event Sponsorship Packages for 2014 Event

Oct 26 2013, 3:21am CDT | by PR.com

New York, NY, October 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Out-Fit Challenge (http://www.out-fitchallenge.com/), Mud Run to benefit the LGBT community has announced that sponsorship opportunities are now open to companies interested in attaching to the event for marketing opportunities for their multiple mud run and additional state-to-state sporting events taking place in 2014. The packages provide extreme marketing advantages for companies such as ad space, inclusion in newsletters, discount offers to the Out-Fit Challenge Mailing lists and FB Fans, Product sampling, logo placement and more. Participants of the Out-Fit Challenge do not only consist of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals, but also supporters of the LGBT community who aspire to make new connections and celebrate community via fun outdoor obstacle courses. Previous Out-Fit Challenge Mud Run events have successfully taken place in Miami and New York City with enthusiastic and promotion partners such as Groupon and More.

Sponsorship packages range from $2,000 to $20,000 with the option to customize within your budget and submit payments on a plan. Prices vary depending on whether the business chooses to sponsor one event or multiple events, and on the unique needs of the business sponsoring. The packages include items and perks such as T-shirts, posters, flyers, public acknowledgement during the event, celebrity team captains, branding of an event booth. Packages are Brands that are looking for that extra exposure and to branch out towards the LBGT community, as well as companies in various industries such as sports drinks, gyms, bars, athletic apparel retailers, and other national and local brands.

“These sponsorships really place brands at the forefront and previous sponsors have consistently seen a return on investment,” begins founder and CEO of Out-Fit Challenge, Tory Fitzgerald. “It is an investment within a market of ages 18-45 engaging, active and loyal customers. Brands cannot receive better direct marketing for 2014.”

Out-Fit Challenge mud runs benefit LGBT organizations such as Family Equality Council, Care Resource and the Ali Forney Center. Currently Out-Fit Challenge is holding a voting-based contest to determine the top 5 locations that they will be holding their 2014 events. The cities they have received the most requests from that are in voting include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta and Philadelphia. The contest began October 2, 2013 and is set to end November 15, 2013. Out-Fit Challenge has previously been featured in various print and digital publications such as Curve Magazine, the Advocate, Timeout New York, Ikons Magazine, Next and many more.

For more information or to register for The Out-Fit Challenge please visit http://out-fitchallenge.com/. For information on Sponsorship for the event, media access and media inquiries email info@beautifulplanning.com or call 877-841-7244.

About Out-Fit Challenge

Out-Fit is designed by and for members and friends of the LGBT community who aspire to compete, make new connections and celebrate community via outdoor endurance sports. The company was created as a fun alternative to meet people and make meaningful connections outside of the bar or club scene. Proceeds of every dollar earned go to a national and local LGBT charity organization that is striving to make a positive difference in the lives of LGBT individuals such as the Family Equality Council, Care Resource and the Ali Forney Center.

Media Contact: Jean Pierre Jacome
Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR
Office: 877-841-7244

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