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The success of an event often hinges on the amount of sponsorship support the event organizers receive. Sponsors provide a major source of funding for many types of events including concerts, sporting events, fundraisers, and festivals. In addition to cash, sponsors may also provide valuable prize giveaways that can be raffled off, and these prizes may help attract more people to the event. With so many sponsors being solicited for events, it's important that one's request stand out from the crowd. An effective letter can be one of the best tools in accomplishing just that. Writing these types of letters can take a lot of time and consideration. It's important to know what to include and what can be left out of a request. For example, potential sponsors will want a clear understanding of the available benefits of a particular event before committing any amounts. So before sitting down to write a letter, an event organizer should carefully consider what opportunities will be available to sponsors and be sure that all promises made to them will be deliverable. These are just a few of the things an organizer needs to consider when drafting a solicitation letter. Fortunately, LegalZoom offers a sample Sponsorship Solicitation Letter that provides you the standard structure for a personalized approach. Download this sample and accompanying instructions, and you'll be well on your way towards raising the funds for your event.
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