Valencia Lanes in Newhall is looking for sponsors to support their annual No-Tap Bowling Tournament on April 2 to help benefit Pleasantview Industries.
All proceeds will go directly to Pleasantview Industries Programs for Adults with Developmental Disabilities.
Pleasantview Industries has been able to secure the prizes and the use of the bowling facility at no charge through the donations of contributors so 100 percent of all contributions and advertising dollars will be used to support their direct services.
The program has been serving people in Santa Clarita Valley for over 46 years by providing community job placement, a work-activity program and support services.
The supporter’s lane sponsorship will be displayed in the bowling center for over a week, promoting their business to over 2000 league and public bowlers.
Their business card or advertisement will be included in the program.
Sponsorship for one lane is $225.
Sponsoring two lanes (a pair) is $400.
Special advertising in the event bulletin is available for $65 for a half page and $100 for a full page.
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