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Friday, November 23, 2007

Team Millwork One sponsorship updates

So here's a round-up of the sponsors that I've lined up so far:
WeeBike.com: Authorized dealer for all LikeaBike products
WeeBike is going to be the co-title sponsor of the new team, and offer the following benefits to team members: MATCH all cash prizes won, furnish one free kit (jersey/shorts) contingent upon the purchase of two kits (this is to demonstrate a commitment to training and racing), and offer all LikeaBike products at cost plus 10% (NOT 10% off retail! COST plus 10%)
MillworkOne.com: Architectural woodworking company. Millwork One's title sponsorship will pay for all FUEL costs to travel to races. This is especially favorable because it appears that the cost of traveling to races now easily exceeds the cost of registration.
TurinDesign.com: An industrial design company with expertise in brand creation and graphic arts, Turin is charged with designing the team kits and preparing the layouts for the clothing company.
Legaci Coaching: Todd Scheske is an accomplished Cat 1 racer who has been a friend for 20 years, and my personal coach for the past season. Team members will have access to a discounted rate on personal coaching services, for those with or without power meters.
GVCC.com: Genesee Valley Cycling Club will be the organization under which the Millwork One team will be registered. All Millwork One team members will be required to join the GVCC by paying annual dues. (Dues can be paid via Paypal)
Pactimo.com: The clothing company which I've selected for Team Millwork One. They will be represented on the team kits by default.
Bike shop: I am looking for a bike shop to take a sponsorship position, such that all team members get a 10% discount and favorable pricing on complete bikes too. This will hopefully be resolved soon! Suggestions?
There are a few other ideas and deals in the hopper. I'll keep you posted as things develop.
I've been a part of many small teams over the past few years, and I think that so far it's a pretty attractive package. If you're up for it, let me know: reiscotools@yahoo.com

3 comments:

nhrider said...

Awesome job Murat. I am impressed with how quickly this all came together for you. I wish you much success with this!

Murat Altinbasak said...

Thanks. The idea has been incubating in my head for two years actually. So when the time came, it was just a matter of executing the plan.

punk said...

prov bike doesn't have a team - take your pitch to them...