OMAHA, Neb. – January 4, 2010 – SponsorPark has truly found a way to defy the economic slowdown. The Omaha-based company – the first community and web tool on the Internet bringing together sponsorship opportunities, potential sponsors and all of their related resources in one place – announced today strong membership and traffic results for their first calendar year.
“We are very excited about the strong results we’ve seen in only ten months since the launch of our tool into beta testing,” said Emily Taylor, co-founder of SponsorPark. “We’re encouraged by the steady increase of interest we’ve seen from top notch sponsors and sponsorship opportunities joining as members of our community.”
The site wrapped up 2009 with nearly 5,000 registered community members and more than 40,000 proposal reviews.
Since its’ launch into beta testing in March of 2009 , SponsorPark has been representing sponsorship proposals from large organizations such as the 2010 Atlanta ATP Tennis Championship, Madame Tussauds, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, and the Boy Scouts. Active sponsors have created accounts including Principal Financial, Stub Hub, the Bank of New York Mellon, Porsche and Publix. Strong partnerships were also created with leading firms including SponsorshipPRO+, Sponsorship Insights Group and the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands.
“SponsorPark is now truly the premier Internet community portal bringing sponsors and sponsorship opportunities together,” Taylor said. “The best part is we have only started.”
SponsorPark plans to transition the web tool out of the beta development phase with additional functionality to be added very soon. They are even offering special discounts to companies seeking to join as a property rights holder for a very limited time.
“We want to celebrate our success by giving something back to our members and sponsors,” Taylor said. “We are very encouraged about the future of SponsorPark as we continue to help sponsorship seeking organizations and sponsors effectively and proactively connect in these tough economic times.”
For more information about SponsorPark, or to check out their special discount advertising opportunities, please visit them on the web at www.sponsorpark.com.
Omaha, Neb.-based SponsorPark is the first community on the Internet bringing together sponsorship opportunities, potential sponsors and all of their related resources in one place.
Their comprehensive web tool is currently free to help sponsors and sponsorship opportunities to connect. The company is focusing initially on the arts, entertainment, sports, causes and festivals/fairs, but any profit or non-profit organization needing a sponsor or looking for a sponsorship opportunity is welcome to participate.
To check out the current list of organizations seeking a sponsor, or to register your sponsorship opportunity or list your sponsorship industry related business, please check them out on the web at www.sponsorpark.com. You can also visit them on popular social networking sites such as Linkedin, Twitter and Facebook.