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Where the Dream Begins… The Goals of Little League To help children develop citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well being through sports.

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2 Where the Dream Begins…

3 The Goals of Little League To help children develop citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well being through sports To help children learn their own strengths and weaknesses, the meanings of sportsmanship and cooperation, the essence of competition, and the qualities that constitute effective leadership

4 One of the original SWFLL teams, the Southwest Yankees

5 SWFLL Highlights First year of operation First year girls play softball at SWFLL First boys Majors team to win a state title First girl plays baseball at SWFLL First year at Poindexter complex First Majors team to play in Little League World Series 2012 – SWFLL Challenger team (for children with physical and/or mental disabilities) goes to play Rhode Island in Williamsport

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8  SWFLL complex consists of two parcels of land, one on Dillon Industrial Drive & one on Topsider Drive.  We offer: - 9 Baseball & Softball Fields - 6 Outdoor Batting Cages - Indoor Batting/Fielding Complex - Concessions Facility - 2 Outdoor pavilions  SWFLL Complex hosts regular season & Tournament games 10 months a year Demographic Data: Population 25,461 (9928 Households) Median Income - $73,963 Median Age – 38.6 (Based on 2010 census data uszip.com )

9  87 Spring and Fall League Teams in with 950 players  park attendance reached 200,000 people  Travel ball tournament growth up over 100%  Number of travel ball teams (non SWFLL) playing at our complex -197  Host Site for District and State level All-Star Tournaments  SWFLL Complex supports and accommodates local baseball play from: Calvary Baptist Day School Clemmons Middle School Meadowlark Middle School

10 Core Spring and Fall Play 2013 Spring and Fall Ball consists of over 950 players Our complex is used 10 months of the year, February through November Our Registration fees have maintained consistent for the last 8 years We host numerous post season tournaments including All Stars and the Winter World Series

11 Travel Ball at Southwest Forsyth LL Our travel ball has grown every year since its inception in 2011 The majority of the teams that play are local but some come from as far as Virginia, the Mountains of NC and East to Raleigh Traditional Tournaments are two day, Saturday and Sunday Benefits to our Community Local Businesses benefit from the hotel stays, dining and shopping Our Village benefits from the additional tax revenue What are Our Needs? New and Repaired Lighting Concrete Work at Main Entrance Numerous Maintenance Projects

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13 How Can Local Businesses Benefit from SWFLL Visibility Increased Foot Traffic Numerous Special Event Opportunities Regional and National Recognition through All Star and Post Season Tournament Play Advertising Opportunities Complex Sponsorship Field Sponsorships Outfield Banner Sponsors Team Sponsorships Brick Paver Advertising Customized Advertising Opportunities Depending on Budgets

14 Team Sponsors- (Junior or Senior)- $350 Team Sponsors- (Minor/Major/Junior/Softball)- $300 Fence Signage (Banners) Erik Walker or Juniors Field $700 Fence Signage (Banners) Minors or Softball Fields $500 Team and Fence Signage Sponsor Junior or Senior/Erik Walker and Juniors Field $950 T-Ball, Minors, Majors or Softball Team/Minors or Softball Field $700 New for Capital Campaign Package- Includes Team Sponsor, Outfield Banner, Website Recognition. Engraved Brick Paver- $1250 ***Renewals for 2015 and beyond will be at a reduced rate

15 Key Take Aways Last Year, we had over 200,000 people visit our complex Our player and family demographic is desirable for marketing We have a wide variety of options to market your business As low as $500 a year for Large Outfield Banner on one our fields Our main complex is in full “swing” 10 months a year Try us a this year and renewals for 2015 and beyond are cheaper Our player and fan base is growing every year We are a non-profit 501c (3) organization that has been proudly serving our community for over 50 years


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