Upcoming book from Cris Cohen

Sponsorship Opportunities

Hi. I am publishing this book in September 2011 to raise money for a local Raleigh charity, the Miracle League of the Triangle, a baseball league for kids with specials needs (http://www.miracleleagueofthetriangle.com/). In addition to my wife and I volunteering with them, our son, Max, is one of the players. (On the field he goes by Tyrannosaurus Max.) The book is not about special needs kids, but instead is a humor book consisting of columns I have written for various newspapers and some new material.

Since I am self-publishing the book, I am looking for sponsors to help offset the costs. Below is a list of the various sponsorship packages. If you would like to become a sponsor or if you have any questions, you can email me at writercris @ live dot com.

Thank you.

Sponsorship Levels

Level 1
$35
Gets you:

  • Listing of your name and web address in book on Sponsors page
  • Press release that we send out about your contribution
  • Copy of book

Level 2
$70
Gets you:

  • Listing of your name and web address in book on Sponsors page
  • Press release that we send out about your contribution
  • Copy of book
  • Sponsor link on book website

Level 3
$140
Gets you:

  • Listing of your name and web address in book on Sponsors page
  • Press release that we send out about your contribution
  • Copy of book
  • Sponsor link on book website
  • Full page ad in the book
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Comments on: "Sponsorship Opportunities" (8)

  1. […] that mixes the arts of dancing and taxidermy, should email me at writercris@live.com or visit the Sponsorship page,” he […]

  2. When I entered your contest, I promised to get a hold of this book that Dave Barry called, “A fine book for a fine cause.” I think Dave Barry is one of the funniest guys in America. In my opinion, Harry Anderson did not do him justice. In hindsight, I should have made that offer contingent on my winning. But I didn’t want to appear desperate.
    I will consider it an honor to be listed as a sponser for so noble a cause. In my youth, I worked at Georgia Retardation Center and the State School of New Hampshire. Back when I could actually run, I ran yearly in the Law Enforcement Special Olympic’s Torch Run. Yes, I use to wear a badge. Hate the game, dude. Don’t hate the playah.
    Good luck with the book. And give our best to T Max. We believe he will score many runs in his life. He appears to have a pretty able coach.
    Your friend and marketing barnacle,
    Jeff

    • Thanks for your kind words. Very nice of you. And my brother-in-law wears a badge, so I am quite familiar with you crazy people who agree to be shot at for a living.

  3. I mailed off a check for your sponsership thing. Sorry it took so long. First I had to find the checkbook and then I had to remember how to write a check. You know, credit card purchases require the punching in of a lot of numbers. But they don’t ask you what the thing is for! I started to write “…the hell of it”. But I was afraid one of the girls at the bank might read it. Some of them aren’t married yet.
    Good luck with your book. And friends of Cris, or kids, or baseball, or anyone who lied on their taxes and are trying to cover their butt; good opportunity here.

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