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All sponsors:

•Will be given membership in CCA for the duration that they are active sponsors. This will allow them to participate in members-only portions of the forum and club activities.

•Will be allowed their own subforum in the CCA Marketplace forum. This subforum will be intended for the advertising of their products, promotions, and special club offers.

•Are encouraged to participate on the CCA forum with posts intended to promote the sharing of knowledge and information within the hobby.

Direct promotion of the sponsor’s products should be limited to posts on their own subforum.

There are three types of sponsorship available

1. Tier I Sponsors

•Are expected to donate a minimum of $100 in cash, goods (at wholesale value), or services on an annual basis to the club or club-sponsored event.

2. Tier II Sponsors

•Are expected to donate a minimum of $150 in cash, goods (at wholesale value), or services on an annual basis to the club or club-sponsored event.

•Will have their banner displayed on the top of the CCA’s forum in rotation with other eligible sponsors.

3. Tier III Sponsors

•Are expected to donate a minimum of $250 in cash, goods (at wholesale value), or services on an annual basis to the club or club-sponsored event.

•Will have their banner displayed on the top of the CCA’s forum in rotation with other eligible sponsors.

•Non-local sponsors will be entitled to at least one club-sponsored group buy per year for full club members*.

•Will have their group buy advertised on the CCA home page with a link to their web site or CCA sub forum site.

*CCA Group buys are coordinated by the CCA Board of Directors or their designees. Tier III Sponsors are entitled to at least one annual group buy at the convenience of the club, but the club may also arrange other group buys with companies or individuals that are not club sponsors at the club’s discretion. Local sponsors are encouraged to participate at club meetings, including offering special orders or advance purchases for delivery to club events if they can be there in person. Arrangements between the local sponsor and individual club members is the responsibility of the sponsor in situations like these.

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