Apr 082022


May be an image of text that says 'RACE DAY EXPERIENCE SPONSORSHIPS 2022 Triple Crown Package- $15,000.00 Line Suite 50 people -buffet, programs, vouchers (50 $20), wagering guide. sponsor Announcer recognition- sponsor announced throughout presentation Presenting day- including sponsorship logo and Website Commemorative winners circle photo. sponsor name and logo) the Meet circle. equine athletes their people! Tour limited to aturdays person. vouchers the paddock with the racehorses people. they are saddled and Paddock experience Your group displayed! Sponsor iveaways Sponsorship swag with advertising handed out thrown byj jockeys. For einformation contact Mike Vanin 403-860-2215 email alberta.hbpa@gmail.com the crowd mascot'


May be an image of text that says 'CENTURY 817160500311 RACE DAY EXPERIENCE SPONSORSHIPS 2022 At the Post Package- $1500.00 Table Û for including buffet, vouchers 4-$25)an guide. -Feature Race sponsor on the race. For more information contact Mike Vanin at 403- 860 2215 email alberta.hbpa@gmail.com Announcer recognition sponsor announced throughout the day. Win photo-1 Winners Circle presentation -Presenting blanket in the win circle. Website and social media sponsor mentions.'

  2 Responses to “HBPA Alberta – Race Day Sponsorships”

  1. HBPA assisting the operator CENTURY to push overpriced group packages with no profits coming to backstretch foundation, other than small % from betting vouchers takeout seems to achieve a small reward to horsemen.

    Canadian Racing Accountability Partners through their extensive network of backstretch banter sources, establish a cost of $800 for each backstretch barbecue covered by donations. Perhaps a surplus could be be derived from the operator giving a small % of food and beverage profits.

  2. HBPA finally announces a marketing package to promote racing. Silent Mike has arisen. An industry insider informs me that he is working hard to navigate the responsibilities involved with his position.

    The cost of packages per individuals appears excessive, The days of NP dollar hotdogs and free programs are only a lost memory. Cost analysis versus expenses and revenue cast aspersions on the ability to sell packages.

    NO mention of any profit proceeds going to HBPA backstretch foundation.

    NO mention of any profit proceeds going to UCP membership cards, to support the future of horse racing and awareness.

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