to benefit

$24K in 24HRS!

what?

SaddleSore24 is a one-man, 24-hour bike ride fundraiser for Cup of Cool Water, a nonprofit organization in downtown Spokane that helps youth who are homeless. And here's the kicker - The 24-hour bike ride will happen all in one place: on a stationary bike trainer located in front of River Park Square.

when?

Noon on Thursday, May 12 through noon on Friday, May 13

where?

The sidewalk in front of River Park Square

Wait... one person is going to ride his bike for 24 hours straight?

Yes! Local athlete Jeremy Anglin has a heart for both endurance sports and Cup of Cool Water. He's decided to combine these two passions and do some good in the process.

Okay, that's pretty awesome. What can I do?

Well, you're welcome to just head down and cheer him on, of course! And if you're interested in being a sponsor, let's go see how you can get involved!

get involved

When you sponsor SaddleSore24, you get to take advantage of Jeremy's active participation in dozens of highly visible racing events throughout the year - all without experiencing saddle soreness yourself!

There are three ways to get involved with SaddleSore24:

1

Sponsor an hour of SaddleSore24

Sponsor any hour of the 24-hour bike ride fundraiser. There are three per-hour levels throughout the event.

  • 10am-6pm // per hour or for 2 hours
  • 6am-10am and 6pm-10pm // per hour or for 2 hours
  • 10pm-6am // per hour or for entire time slot

What's in it for me?

Onsite Microphone: Per-hour sponsors can use their hour to cross-promote their organization, give away branded swag, provide family-friendly entertainment, conduct a simultaneous social media campaign, spotlight team and community members, etc.

Digital Marketing: Before, during, and after the SaddleSore24 event, Jeremy will promote sponsoring organizations throughout his social media platforms, which reach 1,500 people across the Inland Northwest.

Event T-Shirts: Every hourly sponsor will receive two SaddleSore24 t-shirts.

Logo placement: Hourly sponsors' logos will appear on promotional materials for the SaddleSore24 event.

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2

Sponsor the 2016 race season

Be one of two sponsors of Jeremy's entire 2016 race season and take advantage of his large network and high visibility on social media, in the local race circuit, and in the local business community.

There are two season sponsorship opportunities, each for

What's in it for me?

Digital Marketing: Before, during, and after the SaddleSore24 events, Jeremy will promote sponsoring organizations throughout his social media platforms, which reach 1,500 people across the Inland Northwest.

Event T-Shirts: Each season sponsor will receive two SaddleSore24 t-shirts.

In-Person Marketing: Before, during, and after the SaddleSore24 event and each of Jeremy's 2016 races, he will promote season sponsors via his active presence in the local athletic and business communities.

Logo placement: Season sponsors' logos will appear on promotional materials for the SaddleSore24 event and on Jeremy's race clothing throughout the entire 2016 race season.

Jeremy will participate in dozens of races throughout the season, including:

  • 24 Hours Round the Clock Mountain Bike Race: 700 athletes, 1,500 volunteers, 4,000 spectators
  • Windermere Marathon: 350 athletes, 300 volunteers, 3,000 spectators
  • Ironman Coeur d'Alene: 2,000 athletes, 3,000 volunteers, 10,000 spectators
  • And many others with thousands of athletes, volunteers, and spectators

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3

Sponsor the SaddleSore24 endeavor

Choose any donation amount that works for your budget.