• One table for 10 • Recognition during Event, Dinner, and Awards • Your Logo/Name included in all “Pony Up for GAIT” marketing and event materials • Recognition on the GAIT website (through Sept 2020)
• Two tables for 10 • Recognition during Event, Dinner, and Awards • Prominent name display during event • Your Logo/Name included in all “Pony Up for GAIT” marketing and event materials • Advertising in the GAIT newsletter • Logo and website address prominently displayed on GAIT website (through Sept 2020)
? Your name will be a part of the GAIT logo on all media from November 1 through October 21, 2020 ? Three premier VIP tables for 10 ? Recognition during Event, Dinner, and Awards ? Prominent name display during event ? Your Logo/Name included in all "Pony Up for GAIT" marketing and event materials ? Advertising in the GAIT newsletter ? Logo and website address prominently displayed on GAIT website (through Sept 2020)
Why should I provide an email for ticket purchases?
We are 100% committed to the flawless execution of your event. By capturing email addresses during ticket purchase, your guests will receive immediate notification that a ticket has been purchased for them. The email contains pertinent event information which the guest can refer to up to the day of the event and can be used at tax time as a receipt for tax purposes.
Our mission is to enrich lives through horse and farm animal interaction... Your generous donation makes a direct impact on the lives of our clients like 5-year-old Emery. When Emery began riding at GAIT only a few months ago, her cerebral palsy was causing very poor head control and severe muscle tightness in her legs. This made it difficult for her to participate in physical activities and play time with her twin sister Elyse. Since she has started riding her legs have already loosened up tremendously and she is able to hold her head upright independently, longer and with ease. Her doctor has seen incredible improvement and Emery no longer needs hip surgery because riding is aligning her hips! She looks forwards to her riding lessons and frequently tells people how much it helps her muscles. Her favorite therapeutic activity is holding onto two rings while riding to strengthen her grip muscles. She is now able to participate in more outdoor family activities such as playing at the playground and beach. She and her family love this new found freedom.