Monday, August 31, 2015

NH Notebook Fundraiser Drive 2015

First off, we would like to take a moment to thank and promote two of our sponsors - CBC Technologies and Catania-Spagna oils. CBC Technologies are small business IT specialists, offering computer sales, service, & support. For more information, visit them online at www.cbctech.net or by calling (603) 371-2149.

Catania-Spagna are processors and packers of vegetable, olive and blended oils. It is a family owned business, based out of Ayer, MA. They have a reputation for quality and integrity, providing a broad range of products in the retail, food service, bulk and private label sectors. For more information, visit www.cataniausa.com or call (978) 772-7900.

We sincerely thank both CBC Technologies and Catania-Spagna for their support, which helps to make our coverage of NH high school sports possible.We do need more sponsors, though. We travel all around the state, covering over 200 games per year - that's a TON of gas money. We would also like to rebuild the website, which would involve a more professional design, more features and easier navigation. To do this will cost a lot of money as well.

That's why we're having our 2015 NH Notebook Fundraiser Drive. Local businesses can become sponsors, and individuals can make donations. For specifics regarding what type of promotion the sponsors receive and rates, I can be reached via e-mail. Donations can be any amount you wish. For information on either, my e-mail is: jeremy.leveille@gmail.com.

With your generous support, the NH Notebook will continue to offer outstanding coverage of NH high school sports. 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. That's it.

Lastly, we would like to take a moment to thank all of our loyal readers who have been with us since 2009. We've had six great years here at the NH Notebook - here's to #7!


Thank you,

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