Business sponsorship continuing with Federal Way schools

Federal Way Public Schools is continuing its program of business sponsorship designed to raise revenue for high school athletic and activity programs.

  • Wednesday, August 24, 2016 2:29am
  • Business

Federal Way Public Schools is continuing its program of business sponsorship designed to raise revenue for high school athletic and activity programs.

Approved institutional advertising is available at Federal Way Memorial Field and at high school gymnasiums and fields, according to the district. Signage fees may be dedicated to a specific school or distributed evenly to all high schools.

All business or organizational advertising will be in the form of a vinyl banner authorized by Federal Way Public Schools. Outside banners will be 4 feet by 6 feet and interior banners will be 3 feet by 5 feet. After an initial fee of $500 there will be a yearly renewal fee of $200. All signs will be made by Federal Way Public Schools and are subject to Policy 7414 (Business Sponsorships), which is available on the district website or at Memorial Field.

For more information, contact the Federal Way Memorial Field stadium manager, Greg Flynn, at gflynn@fwps.org or 253-945-5575.

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