Northumberland Pro Wrestling is offering business partners something that very few, if any, professional wrestling companies have offered before: the naming rights to its ring.
“It’s an idea we had, and we think it is completely unique in the pro wrestling space”, says Derek Sharp, owner and founder of Northumberland Pro Wrestling, which operates out of the Cobourg Community Centre, and hopes to be operating out of the Cobourg Memorial Arena within the next two years.
“This idea is perfect for any medium-to large-sized company that wants to substantially increase their exposure in the Cobourg and Northumberland markets” Sharp adds.
The naming rights to the ring allow Northumberland Pro Wrestling to bring the sponsor’s name from venue to venue with them, which also makes it somewhat unique in the naming rights space.
The company is offering a 10-year contract on the naming rights, and it also includes extra perks such as the company’s logo on all Northumberland Pro Wrestling championship belts.
Sharp says the money from the naming rights partnership will be put to good use.
“We are going to use it to buy a ring printed with the sponsor’s logo as well as ours, have our championship belts made, and then what’s left over will be used towards a show we want to put on after Ontario opens up, a show that would be free for the fans and our goal is to raise money and food donations that can be taken straight to the food bank and help them get back on their feet,” he says. “Of course, the naming rights sponsor would be the primary sponsor of that event as well.”
For more information on Northumberland Pro Wrestling, the naming rights sponsorship, or any other partnership opportunities, contact Derek Sharp at email@example.com.