Sponsorship helps us keep the Fleece Competition going. What's great about our Fleece Competion?
the purpose of Three Bags Full is
- To provide feedback and a market for our fleece
producers - including the highest award $ around. Why? To attract the best fleeces!
- To provide top quality fleeces for our spinners - while we attract spinners, we are also are in a position to educate the yarn using public about spinning and felting and other uses for raw fleece. In other words, create demand!
- To inform the public about different animals
and breeds, the fleeces they produce, and uses for different
types of wool. We are educating the fleece buying public!
By supporting the Fleece Competition, you are promoting your business and your fleeces!
to become a sponsor:
- Read about our fleece sponsorship opportunities
- You can send a check with the form, or (greatly preferred) use our online "Add to Cart" buttons below. Note, if you wish to sponsor more than one class, select your first class and "Add to Cart". Then click "continue shopping" and select your second class, "Add to Cart", etc. There is no limit!
- Be sure to include your URL in the comments at check out! If you are signing up for Grand or Reserve levels, please email your logo to email@example.com. Logos must be no wider than 132 px.
|Division II - Llama
|Division II (Llama) Grand Champion $125
|Division II (Llama) Reserve Champion $100
|Division II (Llama) Class Sponsor $35/ea
|Division III - Alpaca
|Division III (Alpaca) Grand Champion $125
|Division III (Alpaca) Reserve Champion $100
|Division III (Alpaca) Class Sponsor $35/ea
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date with the fleece competition and other Fair plans. PLUS,
your demographic information is helpful to us as we gain sponsorship.
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-Paula from Crystal Lake
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