The SECYH Sponsorship Program was created as a way for skaters to reduce their payments and also assist the
Association with the funds they need to pay Association bills (Clinics, equipment, web site and other organization
Skaters, who choose to participate in the program, solicit area businesses for sponsorships. A portion of the money
collected from the sponsors will be applied to the skater’s ice payment while the remainder of the money will be used
to help fund the Association. Participation in this voluntary program allows skaters to significantly reduce their ice
payments. Listed below are the available sponsorship rates and a break down of the Association and player distributions.
Sponsorship Share Levels
Amount To Association
Business Request Form In an attempt to reduce multiple calls and visits to our sponsors and potential sponsors,
we are asking those people who wish to take advantage of this program to fill out an online form with the the name of
the establishment you want to visit as a potential sponsor. You will receive a return e-mail informing you if any of the
businesses are already being solicited by another skater. You can fill out additional forms with up to four names at a
time. Please confirm with the
to ensure that a business is NOT on the list prior to visiting in
order to avoid a potential sponsor from being contacted multiple times.
Letter To The Sponsor - This document is to be given to a potential sponsor to explain the sponsorship program.
Click on the link to open the document in Adobe Reader. From there, you can print as many copies as you need.
Sponsor Sign Up Form - This is the sign up form that a sponsor (or the skater) fills in and forwards to the SECYH
Sponsorship Committee at the address listed on the form along with the payment. Click on the link to open the document
in Adobe Reader. From there, you can print as many copies as you need.
Once the Sponsorship Committee receives a sponsor’s payment he will forward notice to the Treasurer to credit the
selling skater's account with their share of the sponsorship fee. This will result in a deduction to the skater’s next ice
payment. If the skater is paid in full for the current year, their share will roll over to the next season’s tuition. There is
no limit on the number of sponsors a skater can get. Theoretically a skater’s entire ice fee could be paid by sponsors
if the skater works for it. Those who get a sponsor will have first rights to that sponsor next year (as long as they go
to the sponsor in a timely manner next year). If any dispute arises over sponsors or procedures on this program, the
SECYH Sponsorship Committee’s decision will be final.