enter big tournies like NPPLs and NEPLs and place in them. if you have little to no experience don't expect to hear back from any company. some companies like Redz and Affordable Paintballs will sponsor almost any team with a roster but i wouldnt really recommend trying them.
learn to read please.
i simply said, at the level he is now, he isn't going to get a whole lot from sponsors until he plays tourneys and progresses. (as most kids think they can get alot) but as the paintball economy is these days sponsors are cutting back.
not once did i say anything about no heart, or desire.
-just have fun, keep going, don't give up, even if you don't get sponsors right away or you get denied from sponsorships you shouldn't get discouraged.
Not raining on anyones hopes but with the state of the current paintball economy all of the companies that did sponsoring have tightened up. Most are no longer going to sponsor below Semi Pro. I would suggest that you approach local businesses in your community. Garages, Taverns, (if old enough), restaurants ect. Put together a bio on the team and ask for $50 to $100 to get started. Give them a picture of the team and send them updates on event results. Just an Idea about how we are doing it.
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