Sponsor Tiers:

EPIC

$5000+

Platinum

$2500+

$1000+

Gold

$500+

Maroon

$50+

Grey

Why sponsor us?

EPIC Robotz is an organization that functions solely on volunteers and sponsors. The help from our volunteers and donations from our sponsors help us maintain the learning and working environment we've created as a robotics team. Because of the generous donations we've received and our  hard-working mentors, our students are able to learn and try things they wouldn't be able to do in a classroom. It gives them a hands-on learning environment and an idea of what career they may want to go into in their later years.

EPIC

$5000+

- Prominently displayed on logo on shirts

- Prominently displayed logo on website

- Logo displayed on team trailer

- Prominently displayed logo on robot

- Prominently displayed logo on pit banner

- Recognition during FIRST Competition

- Thank-you letter and photo plaque

Platinum

$2500+

- Prominently displayed logo on website

- Prominently displayed logo on robot

- Prominently displayed logo on pit banner

- Recognition during FIRST Competition

- Thank-you letter and photo plaque

Gold

$1000+

- Prominently displayed logo on website

- Prominently displayed logo on pit banner

- Recognition during FIRST Competition

- Thank-you letter and photo plaque

$500+

Maroon

- Logo displayed on website

- Prominently displayed logo on pit banner

- Thank-you letter

Grey

$50+

- Logo displayed on website

- Thank-you letter 

Our ImPact

EPIC Robotz is more than just building a robot to win a competition. Robotics is the building and growing of friendships and the application of math, and other subjects, to something useful. The building, programming, CAD, and CNC guilds show that the math and physics we learn will help us in the real world. The business guild shows that English, writing, and public speaking isn't useless in life. Being a part of EPIC Robotz also inspires our team members to reach for their goals and do what it takes to achieve them. Many of our team members have moved on from High School, and went to college, taking majors in things they grew to love during their time at robotics.

alumni stories

Caleb Granch

“Without EPIC Robotz, I would have never realized my love for engineering. It started with seeing my first robot compete in the first competition. In that moment I saw how something I had put so much work into was performing so well...

Josh Camerena

“You have to learn to love it and do it. Whether you like the work you are doing or not, it is vital to the furthering and bettering of the team. My first years of FRC were not spent solely with EPIC because the team hadn’t officially...

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