Sponsorship Programs

Your generous donation to USA Powerlifting will make a significant impact in supporting USA Powerlifting’s commitment to insure the integrity and growth of the sport of powerlifting. USA Powerlifting’s vision is focused on maintaining its position as an international power competitively, as well as trying to broaden the popularity and public’s knowledge of powerlifting in the United States. Your financial contribution supports grassroots development, state, regional, national and international competitions, our national teams, and promotions, all of which are vital for the growth of powerlifting in the United States.

More importantly, all of USAPL’s sponsorship categories offer individuals the opportunity to show their support for our sport in the United States and to be actively involved with the programs and activities that keep us dominant throughout the world. USA Powerlifting is your organization. It begins – and ends – with you.

To learn more about USA Powerlifting and its sponsorship program, please read below for more information

USAPL Sponsors

USA Powerlifting would like to thank its sponsors for their commitment to USA Powerlifting’s vision of being a leader of drug-free strength sport while maintaining competitive excellence at all levels.

Media Sponsors:

Your Name/Company Here

Platinum Level, $2500 & up:

Your Name/Company Here

Gold Team Member, $1000 & up:

Your Name/Company Here

Silver Team Member, $500 & up:

 

Your Name/Company Here

Bronze Team Member, $250 & up:

Your Name/Company Here

Contributor, $100 & up:

Your Name/Company Here

Monthly Contributors:

Your Name/Company Here

 

About USA Powerlifting

USA Powerlifting (formerly American Drug Free Powerlifting Association, Inc.) is the leading powerlifting organization in the United States. USA Powerlifting is a member of the International Powerlifting Federation (IPF), the governing body of powerlifting internationally. The IPF is comprised of member federations from eighty-three countries on six continents.

Distinct from weightlifting, a sport made up of two lifts: the Snatch and the Clean-and-Jerk, where the weight is lifted above the head, powerlifting comprises three lifts: the Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift. Powerlifting competitions may be comprised of one, two or all three of the lifting disciplines. Athletes are categorized by sex, age and bodyweight. Each competitor is allowed three attempts at each lift, the best lift in each discipline being added to their total. The lifter with the highest total is the winner. In cases where two or more lifters achieve the same total, the person with the lightest bodyweight wins.

USA Powerlifting is responsible for sanctioning local and regional events where powerlifters can compete in hopes of qualifying for the national level events. USA Powerlifting sanctions several National Championships in all age groups, giving athletes a chance to see how they fare against competitors across the country. Top competitors are selected by USA Powerlifting to compete in seven IPF world championships- the World Men’s and Women’s Powerlifting Championships, World Junior and Sub-Junior Powerlifting Championships, World Master’s Powerlifting Championships, the World Bench Press Championships, and World Master’s Bench Press Championships.

USA Powerlifting, through its affiliation with the IPF, also sends a national team to participate in the World Games. The World Games is an international multi-sports event hosted by the International World Games Association (IGWA), under the patronage of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The event consists of official sports and demonstration sports selected from those not included in the Olympic Games. The Games are held every fourth year, following the year of the Summer Olympics.

In the United States, USA Powerlifting has representative chairs in 44 states. Each state chair is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of USA Powerlifting’s local competitions, state championships and state records. USA Powerlifting operates as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. An Executive Committee, headed by the President, is responsible for the operations of the organization. The Executive Committee acts as the official liaison with the IPF and oversees national competitions and national team selections. Additional responsibilities include directing the national office and supervising sponsorship and membership activities.

USA Powerlifting Sponsorship Program

Giving Level Gifts/Benefits
Contributor, $100 and up:
  • USAPL patch
  • Certificate
  • Recognition on USAPL Website
Bronze Team Member, $250 and up:
  • USAPL T-shirt
  • Certificate
  • Bronze 2 1/2 inch engraved USAPL medal
  • Recognition on USAPL Website
Silver Team Member, $500 and up:
  • USAPL Sweatshirt
  • Certificate
  • Silver 2 1/2 inch engraved USAPL medal
  • Recognition on USAPL Website
Gold Team Member, $1000 and up:
  • USAPL Polo Shirt
  • Certificate
  • Gold 3 inch engraved USAPL medal
  • Recognition on USAPL Website.

For the USAPL MEMBER who successfully solicits sponsorship at the Gold Level and above.

  • A USAPL team jacket which signifies fundraising expertise.
Platinum Level, $2500 and up:
  • May select ANY awards listed above
  • Commemorative plaque
  • Recognition on USAPL Website.

Become A Sponsor

Sponsoring Through Personal Donations (All donations/sponsorships are tax deductible) You can send your donation directly to the National Office using the address below or you can make your donation online (via credit card or Pay Pal) by clicking the “Donation” button. You have an option to have a one time donation or you may make small monthly donations to USA Powerlifting by selecting the various donation options below. Reoccurring memberships will be deducted each month on the same date you initiated the original donation and may be canceled at any time using the “Cancel” button.

Sponsoring Through Advertising: USA Powerlifting has multiple opportunities for you to advertise your companies, your products, and your meets. These opportunities include:

  • Advertising in the USAPL E-Newsletter, which is produced monthly and e-mailed to each member and other interested parties;
  • Place an advertisement on the USAPL website and reach members and non-members;
  • Become a National Sponsor and promote your business at national meets as well as in our newsletter and on the website.

To learn more about how you can advertise with USA Powerlifting or become a sponsor, contact Priscilla Ribic, Marketing Chair at pribic@usapowerlifting.com