Sponsorship Opportunities

The DMRC Benevolent Fund is aiming to raise £20,000 through this challenge. The charity delivers vital support to serving military personnel, improving the often-difficult road to rehabilitation after injury by assisting a patient’s exposure to activities of a normal and full life.

Initial support for our costs

As with any event, there are financial costs associated with developing the opportunity.

Our team requires support from sponsors who could provide financial assistance and who would value having their name
associated with the event. The financial support is required to help cover the cost of equipment, transport,
accommodation, clothing and miscellaneous items. It is estimated that a budget of £20,000 is required for the 20 riders.

DMRC BENEVOLENT FUND ASSOCIATION
DEFENCE MEDICAL REHABILITATION CENTRE BENEVOLENT FUND EVENTS
The DMRC Benevolent Fund delivers unique invitation-only events and sponsors would be incorporated where possible into future events.
PRODUCT PLACEMENT
PRODUCT PLACEMENT
Publicising a company’s products or services provided to support the challenge and as part of the activity being sponsored through exhibition or use
ACCREDITATION
ACCREDITATION
The direct association of the sponsor company name with all activity relating to the team’s undertaking of this challenge e.g., “Sponsored by…” “Powered by…” type messages and straplines.
MEDIA
MEDIA
A launch event, and the event itself, will be covered by numerous regional and local newspapers, as well as DMRC Benevolent Fund social media. Pedal to the Principality will also have its own social media presence.

ADVERTISING
ADVERTISING
Advertisements for sponsoring companies will appear in any relevant literature associated with the event. This will be outlined in a formal sponsorship agreement.
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PLATINUM SPONSOR (£20000)

Sole sponsor for the event with exclusive branding on all branded materials.

  1. Company name to be accredited in the campaign branding. For example, “Powered by company…”
  2. All riders' jerseys to be predominantly branded in your company name/large logo (front and back) and in corporate colours.
  3. Riders' hats to be branded with company logo/colours.
  4. Company logo on all Pedal to the Principality clothing worn during the event and in pre- and post-race events.
  5. Full company branding and weblink on official website and social media page.
  1. Product or service endorsement on website/social media.
  2. Access to all Pedal to the Principality media material for company use.
  3. Exclusive mid-ride company-specific photograph.
  4. Invitations to the departure and arrival events abroad (at company expense).
  5. Complimentary group invitation to a DMRC Benevolent Fund event.
GOLD SPONSORS (£5000)
GOLD SPONSORS (£5000)
  1. Company logo positioned on riders' jersey – Size TBC.
  2. Company logo on all Pedal to the Principality clothing worn during the event and in pre- and post-race events.
  3. Company logo and web link featured on Pedal to the Principality website/social media.
  4. Invitations to all fund-raising events.
  1. Product or service endorsement on website/social media.
  2. Access to all Pedal to the Principality media material for company use.
  3. Exclusive mid-ride Company-specific photograph.
  4. Invitations to the departure and arrival events abroad (at company expense).
SILVER SPONSORS (£2000)
SILVER SPONSORS (£2000)
  1. Company logo positioned on riders' jersey (Size TBC).
  2. Company logo on all Pedal to the Principality clothing worn during the event and in pre- and post-race events.
  3. Company logo and web link featured on Pedal to the Principality website/social media.
  1. Product or service endorsement on website/social media.
  2. Access to all Pedal to the Principality media material for company use.
  3. Complimentary group invitation to the DMRC Benevolent Fund event.
BRONZE SPONSORS (£500)
BRONZE SPONSORS (£500)
  1. Company logo positioned on riders' jersey (Size TBC).
  2. Company logo and web link featured on Pedal to the Principality website/social media.
  1. Product or service endorsement on website/social media.
  2. Access to all Pedal to the Principality media material for company use.
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GOODS AND SERVICES PROVIDERS

  • Company logo and web link featured on Pedal to the Principality website/social media
  • Further benefits negotiated dependent on level of support, in line with above illustrative levels

(Donations of clothing, equipment or services for user pre-event, during and post-event)

  • Your logo and products will be on display throughout the campaign via the website and social media, as well as via photographs and videos, pre, during and post the event
  • Company logo and web link featured on Pedal to the Principality website/social media
  • Further benefits negotiated dependent on level of support, in line with above illustrative levels

CLUB 100

Club 100 is an alternative way for individuals, companies and organisations to support Pedal to the Principality, by donating £100 or more towards our campaign costs.

Show your support and opt to have either a name, photograph, company or brand logo live on our website/social media. The 100 Club will then be printed onto our charity drops and used for photo shoots after every stage of the ride.

Sponsors

  • In this increasingly competitive world it is important that all companies gain maximum value from their marketing budgets and deliver support where and when it is needed. At PMSG we take away the daily hassle out of the distribution of promotional material, following agreed guidelines, allowing our clients to concentrate on their core business.
  • Livi lets patients see a GP by video, with a mission to make healthcare more accessible for everyone. The service is used by thousands of patients and NHS practices in the UK, to support people with a wide range of conditions – from physical health problems, like those caused by sport, to long-term mental health problems.
  • We’re a full-service law firm, which means whatever advice you need or problem you have, we can help.Giving the best possible advice is about more than knowledge and expertise. It means understanding the people and businesses you work with as deeply as possible. It means taking the time to listen to what matters most to them.
  • The Moore family have been selling bicycles since 1947 when John H Moore father of John Moore, opened his first bike shop in Rickmansworth. From the outset the ambition was to supply bicycles across all spectrums with a principal focus on exceptional customer service and great value. This remains as true today as it did then.
  • As a veteran-owned and operated business, D3A Defence Ltd’s core team of highly experienced ex-military personnel have built an enviable reputation for achieving outstanding results through excellence in service delivery. D3A specialise in the provision of subject matter expertise and support for the development and delivery of training solutions to the military and uniformed services. Growing rapidly as a trusted provider to both UK and International customers, we pride ourselves on our ability to bridge the gap between suppliers, manufacturers and the end-user; achieved by understanding the user’s needs and ensuring that these are met within the technical solution and associated training to be delivered. At D3A, we believe that the forward-most operator deserves equipment that is fit for the purpose and that the end-user should have the best training to prepare them effectively for the task. Our ethos and mission are centred on ensuring that equipment and training solutions are successful when delivered into the hands of the end-user.
  • Established in 1982, Pilgrim Brewery is the oldest independently owned craft brewery in London and the South East and was, in 1982, the first new brewery to be set up in Surrey for over 100 years. Pilgrim moved to their current location just off Reigate High Street in 1984 and has been part of the local community ever since. Pilgrim Brewery has mainly been known for its traditional, cask ales, which include bitters, best bitters, golden ales, stouts & pale ales. Two of the best-known Pilgrim cask ales, Progress and Surrey, have been brewed using the same recipes since the early 1980’s. The current owners Adrian & Rory, who bought the company in September 2017, have invested in more modern equipment to improve the brewing efficiency and the beer consistency. They have also introduced new types of beer into the Pilgrim range including, a craft lager, American pale ales and brown ales, keg, bottle & canned beers. Pilgrim Brewery have been supporting the DMRC Benevolent Fund since 2018.
  • Bryan Steel Cycling has been working since 2013 to develop a range of services, packages and programmes to support people in cycling; not only as a sport, but as a lifestyle through our pathway starting with cycling through our “Engage” programs.
  • By combining years of experience in both physiotherapy and bike fitting, 'The Bike The Body' is on a mission to help riders achieve their goals and enjoy their ride - whether its commuting to work, riding a sportive or racing. <br><br> <b>thebikethebody.com</b>
  • Anything to do with bikes is what we do. We've raced road bikes, raced mountain bikes, toured Europe, done numerous Audax and Sportive rides as well as weekend leisure rides. <br><br> <b>velorougecycling.co.uk</b>
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