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2019 National Finals Dog Sponsorship Program

Thank you for considering supporting the 2019 National Sheepdog Finals, which will determine the top sheep herding teams in North America! By sponsoring a handler/dog team, you directly support the ability of the USBCHA to put on a National Finals every year. Without our sponsors getting behind their favorite teams, this event would struggle to maintain its high level of excellence. As an added incentive, this year, the handler/dog team earning the greatest number of sponsors will win an embroidered National Finals jacket of her/his choice. So call your friends and family and ask them to get behind this great event! The Finals in Carbondale are a 501(c)3 so your donation is fully deductible as an ordinary advertising expense.

This year, there are two options for sponsorship:
 ***Sponsor as many handler/dog teams as you wish for $100 per team
 ***Sponsor a handler and all of her/his dogs (open and nursery) for a flat rate of             $250 (a potential $400 value)

As a Sponsor, for every handler/dog team you support, you will receive...
***1 gate pass to the entire 6-day event
***Invitation to the Handler & VIP-only Reception — Saturday night at Strang Ranch

***1 voucher for a National Finals Hat; either pick it up at the Finals or we can mail it to you           

 (please include shipping costs on sponsorship form)
***Your name announced at the event whenever your team walks to the post
***Your name listed at the 2019 National Finals website (

***Your name  listed on the running order next to your handler/dog team
***Your name listed in the 2019 Finals Program (if you sponsor by August 1st)
***And most importantly, the knowledge that no matter what team you end up sponsoring, your financial support is not only appreciated but needed!!

Questions about the dog sponsorship program? Contact Terry Murray:  719-749-2833 or 


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