Develop and submit a sport event proposal and  outline.

This  course requires that you develop and submit a sport event proposal and  outline. The purpose  is to provide an opportunity to do scholarly investigation  and prepare a scholarly outline related to planning a sporting event.
Your final project should address the following:
International  Management Group (IMG) is the oldest and biggest of the agent groups.  They represent athletes in virtually every sport. They also produce  events, television shows, and find sponsors. IMG has hired you to create  a sporting event that will generate revenue and positive exposure for  IMG among amateur athletes. IMG has asked you to be creative and  thorough as the event manager.
Your  task is to prepare a proposal for your sporting event to IMG asking for  their approval to sponsor. Please note that IMG will be a sponsor, but  not the sole sponsor for this event. You will be responsible for  gathering other sponsorships in addition to IMG. You are responsible for  developing the logistics of the event, sponsorship package,  advertising, budget, and time-line for planning the event. Your proposal  must include, but are not limited to, the following items:

Written  agreement letter (proposal) to IMG explaining what the event is, the  purpose of the event, where the event will be located, how the event  will work, and the goals associated with the outcome of hosting the  event (from a business perspective). Letter also includes: term, event,  site/date, sponsor benefits, obligations of sponsors, insurance  statement, and waiver.
Budget Proposal for operating the event (line items)
Sponsor Fact Sheet
Event Communication Plan

The outline should include an explanation or plan.
At minimum, your proposal/outline should include the following:
I. Introduction – Topic StatementII. Major Point 1a. Supporting Detailb. Supporting DetailIII. Major Point 2a. Supporting Detailb. Supporting DetailIV. Major Point 3a. Supporting Detailb. Supporting DetailV. Conclusion
Please include a minimum of five (5) sources, 

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