ULTRA RACING BRAND AMBASSADORS PROGRAM.
We will be updated this page with our current Ambassadors
There is no better way of saying it then Konig Wheels Company says it, we modified a few word. - Read below.
We’re often asked, “what should I put in my sponsorship proposal?” or better yet "How do I create a proposal?". This isn’t the question you should ask a company you’re seeking sponsorship from. Usually, if we have to suggest what to include in your proposal, your offering may not be strong enough to earn a spot in our Ambassador Program.
Below we tried to outline some basic information to help you on your proposal development.
Sponsorship proposals are essentially your plan for exposure on your vehicle, team or program. So take this as an opportunity to capture the essence of your program, your vehicle, your driver(s) and/or maybe even yourself.
Now that we’ve given you “the talk”, here is some tangible advice that may help you. Remember, we receive thousands of proposals every year. be creative, make them fun, think about how you can offer things that others can’t and always try to understand that the more value you bring increases the likelihood of your proposal being considered.
In a sponsorship proposal, we’re looking for the following at the minimum.
- Information about you, your program/team, etc. (Mostly about you)
- Information about the vehicle(s). (*Required)
- Pictures of your vehicle. (Please do not send image of your car in a driveway, send good images as you would see in a magazine)
- Your event schedule. (*Required)
- Your plan for exposure (media, other partnerships, etc). (*Required, remember, we are also investing in you)
- Your social media handles/links, links to your websites. (*Required)
- Other current sponsors. (If any)
- What you’re offering (high res images, livery placement & sizing, exposure plan, etc.).
- What you’re looking for from Ultra Racing USA.
Again, remember that your proposal will be reviewed and considered along with all of the other proposals we receive. When you put together your proposal you may want to think about that. Figure out what you can offer that will bring value and what makes you unique and what will position you above others with similar builds. We want to read your feelings and thoughts.
Below is a Question form if you have other questions, but if you are ready. put your thought on a Word doc, along with images and send them to
email@example.com, subject "Brand Ambassador Program Submission."
If you do not do these simple steps, you will be passed on. We have denied so many builds good enough for SEMA booth vehicles, or SuperStreet Magazine worthy. We passed up on them simply because the proposal was not put into a Word document. Do you give your High School teacher your final essay in an email? Does your College professor accept your term papers written in the body of an email? We are not about number, but we want to build unique relationships with our Brand Ambassadors.
We want to wish you the best luck, let's build together.
Jared Norman - Senior Vice President of Marketing