Oakville Minor Baseball Association partners with sponsorship agency Kidspired Media
22, 2021 – The Oakville Minor Baseball Association is pleased to
announce the appointment of Kidspired Media as the exclusive sponsorship
agency for the Association effective March 2021. Kidspired has over 25
years of experience in building and sustaining relationships in the
Sport Marketing industry.Kidspired utilizes a consultative approach to building custom marketing and promotional solutions for local and regional businesses providing them with the ability to connect with community sports organizations. Kidspired will focus on solidifying relationships with current OMBA partners and expanding the Club’s visibility to new prospects by developing value-based sponsorship packages that maximize return on sponsor investment. Ted Gendron, Principal at Kidspired Media said, “Kidspired Media is very excited to be partnering with the Oakville Minor Baseball Association. We look forward to extending their reach into the community through the development of strong relationships with like-minded organizations.”
The Oakville Minor Baseball Association VP of Marketing, David Nicholson said, “We are excited to partner with Kidspired media to strengthen our community relationships and add value to our sponsors and our members.”
Kidspired will be contacting current and former sponsors immediately for 2021 sponsorship renewals and exciting new opportunities available through the Association.
Oakville Minor Baseball Association (OMBA/Baseball Oakville) provides baseball programs for boys and girls from ages 4 - 21 throughout the Oakville Community. Hosting House League and Representative programs, including fielding teams in the BEL (Bantam Elite League) and MMEL (Minor Midget Elite League), and MEL (Midget Elite League) the OMBA is the original youth baseball organization in Oakville celebrating its 58th anniversary season.
Baseball Oakville is a member association of the Central Ontario Baseball Association (COBA), the Ontario Baseball Association (Baseball Ontario or OBA) and the Canadian Federation of Amateur Baseball (Baseball Canada or CFAB).
Ted Gendron, Principal