You usually have to TRY to get a sponser, like calling people and visiting businesses and offices, not asking for it on Facebook Car IQ.
ey it was worth a try ..... but do you know alot about cars?
lmao, exactly Hey kid... if you wanna get sponsored, start autocross.... join SCCA, then start calling up tire companies and all that Question though, why do you wanna get sponsored? There is no such thing as a free lunch
Mike, you got sarcasm instead of information..I'll try to help. Sponsorship is like finding a needle in a haystack; it's tough and relies on what you do to help yourself first. For example, my CRX appeared in Sports Compact Car Magazine. I sent out dozens of letter to sponsors and I didn't get a single reply. You will have to initially invest a lot of money and time yourself to make your car stand out in the area you are seeking. If it's custom shows, you'll have to place high consistently and HOPE a sponsor shows interest. This will be very tough because great cars are a dime a dozen. Plus, it will need to be a major show such as the NOPI Nationals. As you know, that is the "Super Bowl" of tuner car shows. Win there, you get sponsored! If it's racing you're interested in, even tougher! You will have to maintain the car, WIN and foot all expenses to include repairs. Yes, you're gonna break it. Bottom line is, sponsors help you only if there's something in it for them! There are companies that advertise that they can "get" you sponsorship. It's a scam and they require an upfront fee from you. Avoid them. Sorry to be the bearer of bad new, but you needed fact and not smart assed answers.
Where are your cars Mr. "I know everything?" You should either offer advise answering his question or keep your trap shut! I bet you're another wannabe that travels in his buddys ride. YOU SUCK!
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