If you want to be sponsored, first thing to do is to start attending large shoots and finish toward the top of the standings. 2, Be very considerate to others and act in a professional manner at all times, remember the companies are looking for some one to represent their products in a positive light. 3, write a shooters resume and include you archery experience, what shoots you have finished in the top 3, what your goals are and tell them what you can do to represent their product. 4, while your at the larger shoots there will be factory reps there, talk to them and let them get to know you.
There are some companies that offer staff positions to any and everyone. Beware of them, The will offer you one product at a slight discount and let you advertise for them. Most will drop you after the first year because you were not on a staff, you were cheap advertisement.
There are also co-op programs through your local pro shops. The dealer is not required to participate in these programs, and many will not because they have been taken advantage of before. When you sign up for a co-op agreement the dealer expects you to help at the shop, attend shoots and help get new customers. Many will require you to put in a certain amount of hours per week at the shop unpaid. As you can see there is a lot more to a sponsorship than free or discounted products.
If I were you, I would wait for a while and gain some experience. Experiment with different products and find what you consider to be the best on the market, these are the products that you want to be sponsored by. Taking sponsorships for products that you don't believe in will do nothing to improve your shooting nor will it help to build your reputation. Being 14 you have plenty of time to get sponsors, right now work hard on being the best shooter you can be. Once you start winning the big shoots, the sponsors will come to you.
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