The Annual Media Guide campaign is a vital part of generating the funds required to make the Boys Basketball program the success that it is. This fundraising event produces a beautiful, full-color magazine filled with sponsor's advertisements, player, team and coach photos, and profiles of the Varsity team players.
Additionally, the campaign offers sponsors the opportunity to place their display on our gymnasium’s electronic Matrix Board. The sponsorship funds help pay for items such as uniforms, coach stipends, tournament costs and equipment. The following is a summary of steps to a successful Media Guide and Matrix Board fundraiser.
The Media Guide and Matrix Board advertising GOAL for each player is as follows:
$300 for Freshman Team Players
$350 for Soph/Frosh Team Players
$350 for JV Team Players
$650 for Varsity Team Players
Reminder this is a minimum request, in the past players have doubled their minimum amounts with some boys producing over $1,000 in sponsorship contributions!
Here's everything you need:
- Media Guide Order Form and Sponsor Information - for advertising orders and sponsor information page (give to signed Sponsors)
- Media Guide & Matrix Board Fundraiser Instructions - follow instructions to go about securing sponsors
- Tax Form W-9 - occasionally, a sponsor will ask to se this form that documents the Booster Club tax ID number.
- Up-to-date Available Sponsors List - view current list
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The Thousand Oaks High School Boys Basketball Boosters is a non-profit organization (501(c)(3)) tax ID # 95-6153775, created for the purpose of supporting that educational sports program. Thank you for helping us to achieve that!
No student will be denied full participation because of a decision to not contribute to the program, nor purchase personal items.
The Thousand Oaks High School Boy's Basketball Booster Club is a non-profit organization [(501(c)(3)) , tax ID # 95-6153775] created for the purpose of supporting that educational sports program. This website is not managed by TOHS or CVUSD.