Are you seeking sponsorship for your project car or truck? Here is what you need to know before sending in an application. First, RideTech partners with builders and enthusiasts who are able to show ability to complete their project as well as promote their project in exchange for the parts value. For example, the Viper-powered Chrysler 300 shown above was built by Classic Car Studio on the show “Speed Is The New Black”. The car was also on display at the SEMA show plus many other events. The folks at Classic Car Studio do a great job with social media.
Regarding promotion, we look for a COMBINATION of events (car shows and races), social media (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter) and other marketing channels such as television and magazine articles. Then, you need to send in an awesome proposal that knocks our socks off.
Potential sponsorship partners must present the following with their application:
Photos: Please include good images of a project car or truck with major progress made. Are just starting your project? Maybe you do not even have a vehicle yet? As a rule, parts are not released until we see a picture of a car that we would be proud to share on our own social media pages. RideTech also looks at the quality of your pictures and videos.
Audience: Do you have followers? Maybe you have access to media or attend a lot of shows? As a company, we try to minimize risk and maximize return on investment or ROI. People and shops with a proven track record of prior projects, engagement and audience reach get priority. At the same time, we all have to start somewhere. While this might be your first project, if the design and execution are both awesome, you might get chosen.
Can you meet all of these guidelines? Be sure to complete the application completely.