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RS Feva Class Association are looking for a new sponsor

by Lucy Jameson 17 Jan 12:35 PST
Tom Storey and Rupert Jameson win the PA Consulting RS Feva Europeans day 5 at the WPNSA © Mark Jardine /

The RS Feva Class Association has been fortunate to be supported by market-leading companies over the last ten years. Our sponsors have supported our Class because it offers both a cost-effective vehicle for brand and product awareness and because it is a fun way to 'give back' - through the development of team working and leadership amongst young people across the world.

We have the opportunity for a new Class sponsor, leading our events in the UK, Europe and World.

The RS Feva Class is proud of our ethos of accessibility, inclusion and experience for all, helping support the growth and development of young people from around the world, as sailors, individuals and leaders. The Class continues to drive care for the environment, our seas and our waterways and our events continue to have sustainability at the forefront of our decision-making processes.

The sponsor's branding will be visible across multiple channels: from the logos on every competing boat, social media (web, Facebook, Instagram), event titles, event clothing, venue branding, correspondence, paperwork and event reports. And we are leaders in our field when it comes to live event coverage, with a dedicated media boat live-streaming video and commentary to a worldwide audience. The sponsor's brand is immediately recognisable to all our sailors and their supporters, both at our own events and through branded boats participating in many other sailing events throughout the year.

This is your chance! The RS Feva Class welcomes you, or someone you know, to step forward to sponsor our Class. Help us to provide fantastic opportunities for the many young sailors and their families who attend and compete in our events.

Please contact RS Feva Class Secretary Lucy Jameson for more information or to discuss further

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