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More and more companies are looking for opportunities to sponsor initiatives that are hosted by other companies. Sprint has a web based submission and proposal process. By going to http://proposals.sprint.com/, you can submit a proposal to have Sprint sponsor your initiative.

Sprint's online proposal system was created to make it convenient for individuals and companies to submit their initiatives for quick consideration and review. The steps for submitting your proposals to Sprint are simple. First, create a username and password (you will need an email address on order to do this).

After your account is created, you will be prompted for detailed information regarding your initiative. As will most online forms, you will be able to identify the more important fields by looking for an asterisk. You will also be given a chance to present attachments that are related to your proposal.

Subsequently, you will have a chance to preview the proposal prior to submission. This way, you can check to see if there are any changes you would like to make because once you have submitted your proposal, you will not have a chance to go back and make changes. Once you are certain you have included all relevant information, you may formally submit your proposal by clicking the "submit" button.

After you have submitted your proposal, you will notice that you are not in the "evaluation" You will have the opportunity to preview your proposal as it will appear to our team. Once you are ready to submit your As with all projects, it is important to plan ahead when presenting Sprint with a proposal. Allow 4 months for the proposal review process.
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