Friday, January 3, 2014

NH Notebook is Seeking Sponsors

The New Hampshire Notebook was started way back in July of 2009. I started the site to provide something different - not only covering regular season and playoff football and basketball games, but also the big AAU basketball tournaments and showcases during the off-season.

The site has grown tremendously over the past four years. We have really stepped up our girls basketball coverage over the last couple years and have also covered prep school football/basketball as well as lacrosse, baseball, soccer, track, hockey and field hockey. I am very proud of what has been accomplished on such a small budget and with such a small staff.

The mission of this site since day one has been to promote New Hampshire sports, to do so with integrity and objectivity and to recognize the state's hard working athletes. Bottom line, I'm in this for the right reasons - to help the kids. I started covering this stuff back in 2006 while still in college and immediately developed a passion for it. I will continue this site as long as that passion is still there.

With that being said the NH Notebook does to generate revenue to offset expenses that come from traveling to games, time spent working on articles, being able to compensate our staff writers for their work and building a new, state of the art website. That is why we are seeking sponsors and donations for the 2013-2014 high school season.

NH Notebook sponsors receive advertising on every page of this site with a logo and a link to their business website. They also receive written mentions in articles, as well as on the NH Notebook Facebook and Twitter pages. Not only that, but sponsors receive the satisfaction of supporting a website that is truly dedicated to promoting NH sports and its athletes.

Sponsorship rates are very affordable. For rates or more information, email me at Donations meanwhile can be made in any amount and are also welcome.

Thank you,

Jeremy Leveille
New Hampshire Notebook
'The way high school sports should be covered'

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