Corporate Partnership

An Opportunity for Partnership

Join us as we celebrate our 15th Anniversary in 2018. There is a registration limit of 1,000 competitors and we average 2,500 spectators. There are numerous opportunities to represent your company but we will also work with sponsors with any special requests you may have.

All new partnership packages coming soon.
To make arrangements or ask a question, please contact our Partnership Coordinator

Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors!

Berks Oral Surgery

Corps Fitness

Penn National Gaming

Gretna Bikes

ROG Orthodontics

 

Partnership Packages

Presenting Partner: $20,000

  1. $20,000 Presenting Sponsor
    1. Naming right for 15th Annual GTN
      1. Incorporation of name into the Got the Nerve Logo
        1. Logo used on website
        2. Appear on all marketing and collateral materials for the 15th Annual Got the Nerve Triathlon
    • Company logo will appear on all awards given to winners of the triathlon
    1. Profile on the copy on our website with direct link to their website
    2. Branding at all series events as the Presenting Partner
      1. Kids Run & VIP Party
    3. Logo featured most prominently on all event signage including:
      1. 2 banners (4’ x 6’) provided by IM ABLE on either side of the Start Point
      2. 2 banners (4’ x 6’) on either side of the finish line provided by IM ABLE PLUS logos on the finish line structure.
      3. 4 banners, provided by sponsor, along the fencing of race
      4. 2 banners, provided by IM ABLE, along the awards stage
      5. Got the Nerve official T-Shirts
    4. Prominent logo position on all event communications tools
      1. Event brochures and promotional documents
      2. Print & electronic advertising
        1. Including email blasts to 4,000 person data base
      3. Press materials
      4. The I M ABLE & Got the Nerve Official Race website for 1 Year
      5. Frequent acknowledgements & mentions throughout the race day over loud speaker
    5. Participation in award & grant recipient presentation
      1. Opportunity to speak at Opening Ceremony
      2. All photos will be prominently displayed on I M Able & Got the Nerve website for 1 year.
    6. 1x per month email updates about the Presenting Sponsor sent to triathletes & email database for the next 6 month.
    7. Link from national website “active.com” that shows you as the presenting sponsor for Triathlon
    8. 6 individual runners or 4 team registrations (each team made up of 2-3 runners who each complete different legs of race) for the Triathlon
    9. Double booth space (20’ x 20’) in Event Expo area
    10. Merchandising & giveaway opportunities to participants & spectators
    11. Category exclusivity
    12. 20 invitations to VIP Party on Friday night
    13. VIP event day parking

Corporate Partner: $10,000 (2 Available)

  1. $10,000 Corporate Partner
    1. Branding at all Got The Nerve series events as the Presenting Partner
      1. Kids Run, VIP Party, Triathlon
    2. Logo featured on all event signage including:
      1. Banner (4’ x 6’) supplied by IM ABLE at Start Point & Finish Line
      2. Banners supplied by sponsor along the race fencing
      3. 1 Banner, provided by IM ABLE at Awards stage
      4. Got the Nerve official T-Shirts
    3. Logo on all event communications tools
      1. Event brochures and other promotional tools
      2. Print & electronic advertising
        1. Including email blasts to 4,000 person data base
      3. Press materials
      4. Website for one year
        1. Logo will be present on both IM ABLE & Got The Nerve Official Race websites. Logo will link back to your company’s website.
      5. Bi-monthly mentions on IM ABLE Social Media (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram) leading up to the Triathlon.
      6. Frequent acknowledgement & mentions throughout the race day over loud speaker
      7. Prominent inclusion in all pre-triathlon events
        1. Kids Run
        2. All Community promotional events
      8. One special electronic newsletter sent to the 4,000 plus person triathletes email database
      9. Three individual runners or two team registrations (made up of 2 to 3 runners per team each completing a leg of the race) for the Triathlon
      10. Space for a 10’ x 10’ display booth in Street Fair area on race day
      11. 14 invitations to the Friday Night VIP Party
      12. VIP event day parking
      13. Opportunity to provide merchandise and coupon giveaways to all competitors

Podium Partner: $5,000

  1. $5,000 Podium Partner
    1. Branded Signage at the Got The Nerve Triathlon
      1. Banner provided by sponsor, hung at podium/stage area.
      2. Logo on official race T- shirt
    2. Branded electronic presence
      1. Logo on the Got the Nerve official race website & on the IM ABLE website for one year.
        1. Logo will be linked directly to your company’s website.
      2. Logo placement on all email blasts leading up to the Got the Nerve Triathlon.
      3. Three mentions in email blasts to over 4,000-person data base prior to the Triathlon.
      4. Four mentions on IM ABLE Social Media (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram) leading up to the Triathlon
    3. Two individual runners or one team (made up of 2 to 3 runners each responsible for running one section of the race) registrations for the triathlon
    4. Six invitations to Friday Night VIP party
    5. Space for a 10’ x10’ booth (tent provided by sponsor) in Street Fair on race day
    6. VIP parking on race day
    7. Opportunity to provide merchandise and coupon giveaways to all competitors

 

Hydration Station Sponsor: $2,500

  1. $2,500 Hydration Station Sponsor
    1. Branded signage on all water stations throughout the course.
      1. Four water stations in key areas that all 1,000 athletes use.
    2. Banner with company logo at the finish line
      1. Banner provided by sponsor.
    3. One individual runner (completes all three legs) registration or one team registration (made up of 2 to 3 individuals who each run one portion of the race) for the triathlon.
    4. Logo and link on the Got the Nerve Triathlon website for one year.
    5. Three Mentions on IM ABLE Social Media (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram) leading up to the triathlon.
    6. Mentions during the Triathlon over PA system.
    7. Space for a 10’ x 10’ booth in Street Fair area.
      1. Tent provided by sponsor
    8. Opportunity to provide merchandise and coupon giveaways to all competitors

Street Fair Partner: $500

  1. $500 Street Fair Partner
    1. Space for a 10’ x 10’ booth in Street Fair area on race day
    2. Logo on website on Street Fair page
    3. Mention in email blast which goes out to a database of over 4,000 individuals.
    4. Opportunity to provide merchandise and coupon giveaways to all competitors

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Friend of Got the Nerve: $250

  1. $250 Friend of Got the Nerve
    • Inclusion of logo or organization’s name on the Friends of Got the Nerve sign to be displayed at four prominent race locations including near the podium / stage area.
    • Placement of logo on official race website as a Friend of Got the Nerve for one year.

 

GTN Fast Facts

  • Got the Nerve Triathlon provides an excellent opportunity for organizations to get their message out while demonstrating their support of an important mission and a popular event. This year’s Triathlon will include 1,000 participants and is expected to attract more than 2,500 supporters and spectators.

 

 

  • Got the Nerve is a regional event with national appeal. While approximately ninety percent (90%) of participants are from Pennsylvania, participants in recent years have travelled from: Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Washington and Washington DC.

 

  • Triathletes are an active, dedicated and growing group of individuals.
  • According to USA Triathlon’s most recent membership numbers, triathlon participation in the United States reached an all-time high in 2012 following a decade of unprecedented growth and interest.
  • According to the most recent study of the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA) released in 2011, an estimated 2,295,000 Americans participated in one or more triathlons in 2010. This represents an increase of 55% from the participation levels in 2009.
  • Nearly 20% of triathletes fall within the 35-39 age group and slightly over 23% have incomes between $100,000 and $149,999 according to a USA Triathlon study from 2011.
  • According to Triathlete magazine, 86% of triathletes have graduated from college and 73% own their own home.
  • According to a study initiated by USA Triathlon and conducted by the TribeGroup in early 2009, the median income of triathletes is $126,000.

Race Demographics

Location: Mt. Gretna PA
Race Course: The race consist of a 500 yd. swim; 16 mi. bike ride; 3.1 mi. run.
Registration: Limit 1,000 competitors
Event Director: Chris Kaag
Timing: Compu-Score
Competitors are electronically timed using ChampionChip.

 

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