City Championship Sponsorship Opportunities
Sponsorships are a critical source of funding for the Hometown Days committee to carry on the summer festival
tradition in New Carlisle. New Carlisle Hometown Days, Inc. is a registered nonprofit organization. There are many
ways to become a sponsor of the City Championship whiffleball tournament. If your business or organization is
interested in becoming a tournament sponsor, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gold Ball Sponsorship (Pledge per Home Run)
Friday evening's Home Run Derby is the opening event of Championship weekend. Beginning in 2013, when
competitors reach their final out of a round, they will be swinging at special "gold" WIFFLE® balls. Your business can
make a pledge to donate to Hometown Days per gold ball home run.
Field Naming Rights ($50 per year)
Your business or organization can put its name on one of the fields used for the tournament. Hometown Days will
provide a banner displaying your business name that will hang on the outfield wall of your designated field. Your field
name will also be listed on all tournament schedules and field maps, both on the tournament website and in each
team information packet.
Regional Championship Sponsorship ($150 per year)
All teams enter the City Championship with the goal of reaching the Hometown Cup Finals at Migley Field. However,
only four will win their regional and advance to Whiffleball’s Grandest Stage. Your business can sponsor one of the
four regional championship games. Your business logo will be displayed prominently at the regional championship
field and your business name will appear on the regional championship trophy.
|Example Field Naming Rights banner.
New Carlisle Hometown Days is a nonprofit endeavor. The steering committee consists of a group of citizens
representing many area churches, businesses, and other nonprofit organizations. Our goal is to provide a safe,
fun, family oriented weekend on the last full weekend of each July.
Please take the time to visit all of the attractions around town during the festival.