Sponsorships

Clash of the Cooks is a non-profit event started in 2017 dedicated to helping ease the financial burden of families fighting cancer.  Teams of cooks from around the area will once again gather to compete in a cook-off for bragging rights while raising money for this worthy cause.  Our second annual competition features a Jambalaya Showdown and scheduled for Saturday, May 19, 2018 at the LSU South Quad Drive (formerly Nicholson Extension) Parking Lot 403. We would like to ask that you consider becoming one of our event sponsors.    

Packages

Holy Trinity

$750
+ Website Logo Placement
+ Signage at Event
+ Logo on Event Program
+ Eight (8) Bites & Brews Wristbands
+ Four (4) Clash Swag Items
+ One Team Entry

Creole

$500
+ Website Logo Placement
+ Signage at Event                               + Logo on Event Program                    + Four (4) Bites & Brews Wristbands
+ Two (2) Clash Swag Items

Cajun

$250
+ Website Logo Placement
+ Signage at Event
+ Two (2) Bites & Brews Wristbands


Become a Sponsor

Step #1 - Submit Information

Step #2 - Payment via PayPal

Levels

About the benefit:

This year’s primary beneficiary is Cassie Sheehan.  Cassie and her husband Garrett live in Baton Rouge, La. with their two children Gabby and Cole.  Cassie’s a first grade teacher at Port Allen Elementary and has been leading classrooms for the past 16 years.  She’s has been nominated for teacher of the year twice, won 2011-2012 parish elementary school teacher of the year, and is a National Board Certified Teacher.
 

In January of 2018, Cassie was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia with a very aggressive FLT 3 Mutation.  The FLT 3 Mutation puts her at a high risk for relapses.  She is currently receiving chemotherapy treatments monthly, but needs a bone marrow transplant. If she receives a bone marrow transplant, she will be hospitalized for several months.  
 

Clash of the Cooks is a non-profit event established to provide financial relief for families battling cancer.  With your help, we can help relieve some of the financial burden for the Sheehan family.