Sponsorship Levels

General Information

  • Non-Profit Status: CPDS is a 501(c)(3) and your gift may be tax deductible.  We very much appreciate our sponsors who help us fulfill our mission statement while keeping prices low.  Documentation  available:  CPDS 501 (c) (3) Approval and Signed Form W-9.
  • Mission Statement:  Central Plains Dressage Society supports the dressage community by offering educational and fun activities in an encouraging environment to help advance each member’s journey with their horse.
  • Sponsorship contact:  Robin Hessel at 405-747-7121

 

Sponsorship Levels

 

CPDS Season Gold Medal Sponsor ($250 or more)

·                     program listing and vendor space at all shows

·                     link on website (http://www.centralplainsdressage.org)

CPDS Season Blue Ribbon Sponsor ($100-$249)

·                     program listing at all shows

·                     link on website (http://www.centralplainsdressage.org)

Individual Show Sponsors

·                     Program listing ($35/show)

·                     Vendor Space ($30/show)

Friends of CPDS  ($1 to $25+ or silent auction donation)

·                     Website listing

Program Advertising rates  (per show)

  • ¼ page                  $20
  • ½ page                  $30
  • full page               $40

2020 Sponsors


Thank you to our Current Sponsors 

Blue Ribbon Sponsor                                                           

Tom Bud – Nutrena Feed

 

Friends of CPDS

  • Gwyneth Baggett
  • Chris Cashel
  • Patty Couch
  • Pat Gent
  • Jana Rae Howell
  • Stacia Wert-Gray
  • Sherry Guess
  • Nancy Litsch
  • Kathy Maxwell
  • Kathleen Porter
  • Nora Wert
  • Heidi Williams
  • Judith Zivko

Gold Medal Sponsor 2020

Thank you to Dr. Jay Craig for his generous donation of $1,000 to honor Patty Couch’s freestyle festival ride on November 8. Patty rode a patriotic ride to music from all four branches of the military to celebrate Veterans Day. Dr. Craig served in the Marines on active duty for twenty years and retired as a major. He reports that the ride “moved me to tears and it moved me to write this check in support of your society which Frankie loves so much. Please tell you members, especially patty, how grateful I am.”