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University of Michigan Mock Rock 2011

Transcript of Mock Rock 2011 Sponsorship Packet

  • Wednesday February 16th, 2011

    Hill Auditorium 7:30 pm

  • vMOCK ROCK 2011-- In the classroom and in our sport, we, the Student-Athletes at the University of Michigan, try to be conquering heroes. Each year, Mock Rock gives us the opportunity to help change the unfortunate and real circumstances within our own community. With the money we raise, we are able to pass along our success to three very diverse, yet worthy organizations. We may not be able to combat poverty, autism, and illness on our own, but what we can do is provide monetary donations in order to contribute to the larger goals of Student-Athletes Leading Social Change (SALSC), Michigan Autism Partnership (MAP), and The Child and Family Life Program through C.S. Mott Childrens Hospital, respectively. Last years event grossed $75,000+, and this year we strive to raise $100,000. But we need your help. Mock Rock lets you be a hero and help to take a small step forward in conquering adversity.

    hail to theconquering heroes

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  • The Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is a student run organization comprised of members representing each varsity and club varsity athletic team at the University of Michigan. SAAC engages with the University of Michigan Athletic Department, as well as the University of Michigan at large, including the general student population through all its governing bodies and organizations. SAAC is the voice of the 750+ Student-Athletes striving to create leadership opportunities, through organizing and participating in athletic events, campus activities, and community service.

    History of the Show

    About SAAC


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    Inaugurated in 1999, the Student-Athlete variety show known as Mock Rock was the way in which SAAC raised monetary contributions toward the Jeff Reese Scholarship Fund. After the tragic passing of this University of Michigan wrestler, his fellow Student-Athletes created the show in order to honor his life. Over the years, Mock Rock has dramatically grown into a viable and sustainable student run project and thus shifted its focus to giving back to the community, which so gratefully supports Student-Athletes.

  • C.S. Mott Childrens Hospital

    The Child and Family Life program at C.S. Mott Childrens Hospital provides activities and support for patients and their families as they undergo the stresses of extended hospital stay. This program provides art and music therapy, medical play, and procedure preparation in an effort to normalize the hospital experience for the children. In 2009, Child and Family Life served over 9,000 Mott patients and their families. This program relies heavily on the generous gifts from the community, and our donation would be yet another way the Michigan Student-Athletes continue our support for the brave patients at C.S. Mott Childrens Hospital.

    our beneficiaries

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  • The Michigan Autism Partnership (MAP) is the authoritative where-to-turn resource in Michigan for young children with autism and the parents and professionals who care for them. Autism is a developmental disability that can cause significant delay in social interaction, communication, and behavior. Therapy programs are the best known treatment in aiding the development for these young children, however they are extremely expensive. MAP provides scholarships to families in need for The P.LA.Y. Project, which is a play-based therapy used to increase socialization, improve language and decrease repetitive behavior. With our funds raised, we will be able to provide many scholarships to families in need.

    Student-Athletes Leading Social Change (SALSC) catalyzes and connects student-athletes with a means to help change the world. This year, SALSC wishes to build a school in rural Ecuador, as education is considered one of the best tools to combat poverty. 100% of the funds raised will go directly to completing this goal. In addition, three to four Michigan Student-Athletes will have the privilege of traveling to Ecuador to help build this school and see first-hand the impact our donation has on the community.


    Michigan Autism Partnership

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  • Champion Sponsor($1,000)

    On stage recognition during show with Thank you plaque

    Company name displayed on screen on stage before show (one logo per slide)

    Company name/logo on back of t-shirt Company name on program (largest

    font) 4 complimentary tickets to show


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  • Gold Sponsor ($500)

    Company name/logo on back of t-shirt Company name/logo on program (largest

    font) 2 complimentary tickets to show

    Silver Sponsor ($250)

    Company name on program (size 12 font) 1 complimentary ticket to the show

    Platinum Sponsor ($750)

    Company name displayed on screen on stage before show (one logo per slide)

    Company name/logo on back of t-shirt Company name/logo on program (largest

    font) 2 complimentary Tickets to show

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  • The University of MichiganAthletic Department

    Ross Academic Centerattn: Mock Rock

    1100 South State StreetAnn Arbor, MI 48104-2201

    For More Information:

    Christi Barwick858.945.2108

    [email protected]

    Taylor Day814.450.8863

    [email protected]

    Erik Braun810.623.1742

    [email protected]

    Jordan Sexton704.614.2314

    [email protected]