Become a Sponsor

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Please support the North Battleford Lions Club, Prince Albert Lions Club and the Saskatoon Millennium Lions Club, as operators of Operation Red Nose - in your community, to help make our roads safer during the holiday season by giving financially or with in-kind services.

Operation Red Nose (ORN) is an annual December campaign against impaired driving. It provides a free, volunteer-based designated driver service which caters to all motorists who have been drinking or who do not feel fit to drive their own vehicle. It provides patrons a safe, confidential ride in their own vehicle without getting behind the wheel themselves - and it's free. All volunteer teams - made up of an escort driver, designated driver and navigator - as well as all other volunteers undergo a police background check and are insured for liability by provincial sponsor SGI.

Sponsorship Levels

Basic Sponsorship: up to $199

Thank You Notice at the end of the 2015 Campaign
Mention on our Website

Bronze Sponsorship: $200 - $499

Mention on our Website
Logo on posters and flyers

Silver Sponsorship: $500 - $999 (Cash or Services)

Larger Logo on posters and flyers and on our Website

Gold Sponsorship: $1000 - $1999 (Cash or Services)

Includes all Corporate Sponsorship items Logo in all media
Logo on Website will be on the front page
Logo on Volunteer Vests for one night of the campaign which are worn by all volunteers
Radio announcements during Campaign reports
Mascot appearances at the Sponsors place of business or Christmas Party

Diamond Partner: $2000 or more (Cash or Services)

Includes all Premier Sponsorship items
Recognition as Community Partner in all media

If you wish to help make Operation Red Nose a success in you community please fill in the Sponsor Form and return to The Battlefords, Prince Albert or Saskatoon.

All funds raised will be used for operating expenses of Operation Red Nose in Your Community with remaining funds used to support local Youth Programs.

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