Action Medical Research is a national charity which relies totally on it's supporters to help raise much needed money to fund life-saving medical research. They majority of these funds come from our challenge events, like our massive London to Paris cycle ride, which people raise sponsorship to take part in. We offer a commission on any registrations for these events generated by affiliates. To celebrate the fact that we are beating the credit crunch and have managed to increase our registrations across most of our events (maybe due to challenge events being a cost effective way of travelling in tighter times) we have just increased this commission rate from 10% to 30%. That means if you generate a registration for brand new India Motorcycle Challenge with a registration fee of £399 then you will make £119.70.
Other new events added to our affiliate programme include the ever popular Three Peaks Challenge, which involves teams tackling the 3 highest mountains in the UK (Ben Nevis, Scarfell & Snowdon) in 24 hours. We have also added the Race the Sun event which is an alternative to the usual triathlon events; teams of 4 set off at sun rise to hike, mountain bike and canoe their was across the Peak District aiming to complete the course by sun set. Registration for both these events is £195 so for every registration you generate you will make £58.50.
We also have an amazing new bespoke cycle challenge – Ride 24. This beast of a cycle ride follows the Le Mans racing style and involves teams of 4 cyclists taking part in a 24 hours relay race around the Top Gear test track. This phenomenal new challenge event costs £200 per team to register making you £60 for each registration you generate.
All of our regional 100-mile cycle rides also have an increased commission up to 20%.
For more information on the events that we run take a look at our website .
To check out our programme with Affiliate Future click here.
Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Challenge Events Fundraiser
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