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With football getting started this coming Thursday night with our first broadcast you might be wondering how your business might benefit from being a broadcast sponsor? 

Well it is easier than you might think! 

You can choose to sponsor a certain team or a couple of schools or you could even become a, "TOTAL PACKAGE SPONSOR" and get your business on every broadcast this regular season. In addition if you are a regular season sponsor you will be in line for the best prices on playoff sponsorship as well. Another thing that you might not have considered for your business is placing your advertisement on the SETXSports website. 

If you are interested the time to decide is now. We have a limited staff and we are making this appeal to get the word out to as many people and businesses as possible. If you have any interest is sponsorship, please contact me with a private message or you can email me at [email protected]

The season is upon us and we have several schools in SETX that are primed to make championship runs. Take the first step in helping our schools and fans by becoming a broadcast sponsor. You will be glad you partnered with SETXSports and you know that plenty of people will get your message from the live broadcasts and from people listening to the archived games. Don't delay as time is running out.


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