How do I make money with Stadium Wrap?

You can make money with Stadium Wrap in three ways:

  1. Operate as a certified Stadium Wrap Photographer.
  2. Operate as a certified Stadium Wrap Salesman.
  3. Operate as BOTH a certified Stadium Wrap Photographer AND Salesman.

Revenue for each banner sold GENERALLY breaks down as follows:

Revenue Breakdown

What does Stadium Wrap do for its cut? Click HERE to learn more.

 

Certified Stadium Wrap Photographer

Becoming a certified Stadium Wrap Photographer requires the following:

  1. Create a FREE Photographer profile in the Stadium Wrap system (click HERE).
  2. Submit a qualifying green screen sample image to demonstrate your technical ability.
  3. Wait for a Salesman to invite and hire you to one of his Stadium Wrap jobs.
  4. Collect photography for the Salesman’s job per the Stadium Wrap system.
  5. Salesman pays for your services (Stadium Wrap recommends $20 per athlete/participant).

 

Certified Stadium Wrap Salesman

Becoming a certified Stadium Wrap Salesman requires the following:

  1. Create a FREE Salesman profile in the Stadium Wrap system (click HERE).
  2. Generate interest in a Stadium Wrap project with a school or organization (Sales Overview).
  3. Manage your job through the easy-to-use online Sales Dashboard.
  4. Invite and hire a certified Stadium Wrap Photographer to your job.
  5. Place final order and pay wholesale price. (You may request wholesale pricing once you have created a Salesman profile.)

 

BOTH Photographer and Salesman

To become BOTH a certified Stadium Wrap Photographer and Salesman, simply establish both types of profiles in the Stadium Wrap system. As a Salesman, you will hire yourself as a Photographer to all your own jobs. This arrangement allows you maximum control over all your jobs, and it DOUBLES YOUR PROFIT POTENTIAL!

 

So, how many banners can be sold as part of a project?

Obviously that depends on a variety of factors, but consider two common scenarios:

Scenario #1 – Football season is the hottest period of the year for Stadium Wrap. Football season represents the beginning of a new school year, new group of seniors, and involves the largest number of participants and support groups. Oftentimes a school or booster club conducting a Stadium Wrap project for football season will want to involve the senior participants from a variety of groups and organizations and display all the banners in the football stadium. A common breakdown of groups and participants may look as follows: Football (10), Cheerleading (5), Dance (5), Band (10) = TOTAL 30 banners.

Photographer profit: 30 banners x $20 per participant = $600

Salesman profit: 30 banners x $25 per participant = $750

 

Scenario #2 – A high school baseball team wants to launch a Stadium Wrap project for its six (6) senior players. A quick call to the parent of a senior softball parent at the same school easily adds four (4) softball players to the job for a total of 10.

Photographer profit: 10 banners x $20 per participant = $200

Salesman profit: 10 banners x $25 per participant = $250