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Canyon High School will host the 12th Annual Santa Clarita Valley Track & Field Invitational on Saturday, March 4, 2017. 20 schools and about 2,000 competitors are expected to head out the Invitational at Canyon H.S.

You can have yourself or your company be an “Event Sponsor” by making a donation payable to Canyon ASB in the amount of $100.00. One of the track and field events will be named for you or your company.

By becoming an event sponsor, you or your company’s name will appear in the Invitational’s program and announced several times during the meet over the PA system. Your company name and address will also appear on the back cover of our print program. In addition, you will also be listed as an Official Canyon Track Supporter on the Canyon High School Track and Field website at www.CanyonTrack.com for the remainder of the 2017 season.

Please email a “link” to your website and a logo, or business card, to Coach Broneer at paulbroneer@me.com, if you wish this to appear on the website.

Here is last year’s sponsor page: http://www.canyontrack.com/sponsors.html.

You can select an event from the list below or the event will be selected for you if you have no preference.

The list of events is as follows:

LJ Var Men 4×1600 V Men 4x800m FS Men
TJ Women Distance Medley FS Men 4x800m Women
PV Women 100m Hurdles Women 4x800m Men
SP FS Men 110m Hurdles Men 4x200m FS Men
HJ Women 4×100 FS Men 4x200m Women
LJ Women 4×100 Women 4x200m Men
TJ FS Men 4×100 Men Distance Medley Women
PV Var Men 1600m Sprint Medley W Distance Medley Men
SP Women 1600m Sprint Medley M 4×400 FS Men
HJ Var Men 100m Women 4×400 Women
LJ FS Men 100m Men 4×400 Men
TJ Var Men 100m FS Men 4×1600 Women
HJ FS Men SP Var Men

In addition, provide the following information:

Name

Event

Company Name

Address

Phone Number

Email

URL address or a Link to your website

Please mail your business card and check made out to Canyon ASB to:
Canyon High School – Attn: Dave DeLong
19300 W. Nadal Street
Canyon Country, CA 91351
Head to http://www.CanyonTrack.com for more information.

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