AMP1

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Stand-up amputee basketball was created as a way for athletes who want to use their prostheses to play the game standing up, rather than participating in wheelchair basketball.  Athletes must have at least one amputation to qualify to play. 

For More Information about this sport and Amp 1, read this article by LivAbility Magazine. 

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Black AMP1 Shirt showing basketball player dunking a basketball over words that say "AMP1 Basketball"

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Blue AMP1 Shirt showing basketball player dunking a basketball over words that say "AMP1 Basketball"

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Team Information  &  Sponsorship Levels 

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AMP1 is a stand-up amputee basketball team that travels the country showcasing their talents and speaking with students and groups ranging from elementary age to university levels and beyond. AMP1 has a mission to motivate, educate, and inspire anyone and everyone they come across.

For More Information Contact NickP@Ability360.org

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GOLD Sponsorship – $5,000

  • Company logo on all marketing materials
    • Website, poster, flyers, website, social media, recognition in LivAbility Magazine, three monthly newsletters
  • Recognition on the Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center Donor Wall
  • One full page advertisement in LivAbility Magazine or two half page advertisements
  • Vendor table at two Ability360 events of choice
  • Company logo on banner displayed at games and practices
  • Team photo with sponsor logo

SILVER Sponsorship – $2,500

  • Company logo on all marketing materials
    • Website, poster, flyers, website, social media, recognition in LivAbility Magazine, two newsletters
  • Recognition on the Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center Donor Wall
  • One half page advertisement in LivAbility Magazine
  • Vendor table at two Ability360 events of choice
  • Team photo with sponsor logo

BRONZE Sponsorship – $1,000

  • Company logo on all marketing materials
    • Website, poster, flyers, website, social media, recognition in LivAbility Magazine, two newsletters
  • Vendor table at an Ability360 event of choice
  • Team photo with sponsor logo

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*All donation amounts are greatly appreciated to offset costs of travel, coaching, and equipment.

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