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Supporting Businesses and Organizations

Big Picture Athletics is proud to have the support from those in our community. It is with the help of these sponsors and partners that our organization is able to provides high level athletic programs and and exposure events for student athletes on the Central Coast.

To become a sponsor, contact JT Stone by email or phone at (805) 612-0012.

Inspired and influenced by the French Modern masters, American fine artist Howard Lamar has earned international acclaim for his work, with placement in notable collections worldwide.

With a career spanning decades, Howard Lamar’s commitment to philanthropy has supported numerous causes including education, performing arts, disaster relief, and humanitarian efforts around the globe. In keeping with this commitment, 30% – 50% of proceeds from sales of art resulting from CELEBRATING ART AND PHILANTHROPY events will be donated to the participating non-profit of buyer’s choice.

The HMC Company specializes in business development and strategic communications. From Microsoft to Starbucks to Eli Lilly, the founders of The HMC Company played key roles in the explosive growth of these global companies.

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68’s Inside Sports

68’s Inside Sports strives to provide clients of all ages and abilities with the tools they need to reach their health, fitness and athletic goals – motivating trainers, unique equipment, cutting edge techniques, and a nutrition program for a healthier lifestyle. 68’s uses an array of programs and methods to improve fitness and athleticism and teach leadership and character by sharing their extensive knowledge of sports technique and fitness training.

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Speedsac Cross Training / SpeedsacXT

The goal of SpeedsacXT is to fight childhood obesity and improve student health and mobility with interactive sport science and technology by infusing our enhanced physical education program – I.M.F.A.S.T. (In Motion Functional Athletic Strength Training) with wearable tracking devices into school districts all across the country.