Red Nation Robotics 2019 Season SPONSORS
Thank You for your support
Red Nation Robotics owes everything to their sponsors. Without them, our team could not function. As supporters, they make it possible to build, test, and enter our robot into competition. Letting our team attend competition teaches students to work under pressure, adapt, and learn from mistakes.
Our sponsors provide opportunities for us to build character and discover new passions for STEM. Team 4576 wants to thank all of our sponsors for enabling us to succeed and to better ourselves. These organizations and companies make our education about STEM jobs and their applications possible; they allow us to gain workforce experience used to advance technology and modern science. Working with our generous sponsors gives us the opportunity to improve our community.
2019 Season SPONSORS
Knox County Schools
DENSO Manufacturing, Inc.
Clayton Family Foundation
Consolidated Nuclear Security, LLC
Halls Cuban Deli
Treehouse Learning Center
Gus's good Times Deli
Bertelkamp Automation, inc,
Blount Memorial Hospital Employees
Billy J Marsh
Sulack Health and Wellness PLLC,
Cherokee Millwright, Inc,
Air Quest America
Woodford & Associates
Shannon & Josh White
Brothers'Tire & Auto Service
Verlis & Caroline Sue Jarvis
Woodford & Associates
Halls Vison Clinic
Riggs Drug Store
Tennessee Therapeutics Inc, Alleyway Studios
Amy Dawson & Wayne
Linda Dawson & WaynDawson,Sr
Martie Gasa & Hannes Botha
Mike & Kim Roberts
How can you help?
How to become a sponsor.
Funding for competitions is a major concern for the Red Nation FIRST Robotics team. Generally, a team needs about $40,000 to $70,000 a year for travel, competition costs and robot construction, depending on if they make it to Worlds in Houston. The RNR Robotics students will spend an intense 6 weeks working every night and weekend to construct the most efficient robot. From this experience, the students learn to work collaboratively, experience real world application of classroom curriculum, and develop invaluable problem solving skills. Our mentors are professionals within the community. Working directly with them allows the students to experience career opportunities first-hand while establishing a relationship with the mentors.
The benefits of sponsoring a team are numerous.
All donations are graciously accepted and we would love to recognize all
of our supporters. The contribution tiers are listed below.
Your name will be displayed on HHS Robotics Team sponsors page.
Copper benefits, and you name will appear on the Team’s 2019 T-shirts.
Bronze benefits, plus your logo is displayed on our pit display at competitions and demonstrations through the year.
Silver benefits, plus your name or logo will be displayed on the Team’s 2019 T-shirts. (We’ll send you one, too.)
Titanium benefits, and your name or logo will be displayed on our 2019 robot, which will be built next January and February.
Gold benefits, plus your logo will be on our trailer which transports the 2019 robot. We will advertise your business locally and around the country at all of our demos and competitions.
Donations of tools, materials, food, and other items are more than welcome.
Donations of Checks:
Checks should be made payable to:
Halls High School Robotics Team. (Please note Robotics Donation in the MEMO line)
Halls High School Robotics Team Attn: Morgan Everett
4321 E. Emory Rd
Knoxville, TN 37938
Contact Mr. Everett 865-922-7757
All Donations are tax deductible, please contact us with questions.