Sponsorships Go a Long Way Towards Keeping Sports Teams in Play

by : Joe D'eramo

Although many school and town programs have not eliminated sports altogether, the programs must be funded privately through sponsors and participants.

True believers that "the game must go on," Richard Chevrolet of Cheshire noted that it is up to the business community to help keep the sports programs thriving.

Richard Chevrolet sponsors a team in the Cheshire Youth Baseball and Softball league and they contribute to the Cheshire High School Baseball Parents Association.? They also sponsor a Southington Youth baseball field in Southington and sponsor the Southington Adult Softball league.

"Although some of the cost is paid for by the participants, there is still a need for sponsors to assist with other expenses such as uniforms, equipment, playing fields, transportation and so forth,"? explained Jason Vianese of Richard Chevrolet.? He continued, "We've stepped up to the plate and we encourage like-minded businesses to do the same."

Richard Chevrolet - The "Sharp Pencil" Dealer

Family-owned Richard Chevrolet is one of the largest dealerships in the Northeast with a reputation for having the highest level of customer satisfaction and the best value.? Over the past 33 years, Richard Chevrolet has accumulated numerous awards and has been recognized multiple times as the Number One Dealership in Customer Satisfaction for the entire United States. ?

Known as the "Sharp Pencil Dealer", Richard Chevrolet has more than 400 new and pre-owned vehicles in their lot; an award winning and AAA approved service department; a state-of-the-art body shop; one of the largest parts departments in Connecticut and a Best Rental Car Company.?

Richard Chevrolet is located at 1405 Highland Ave (Route 10) in Cheshire, CT.? For more information, visit their website at www.RichardChevy.com or contact