Event Sponsorship

Thank you for sharing your passion, enthusiasm, and desire to advocate for health and fitness. It’s through your generosity of time, talent, and treasure, that our 2017 events will empower our community to achieve optimal well-being.


We are proud to be sanctioned by the National Gym Association (NGA), “Drug Free Athletes of America”. Our vision is to reach a new level of excellence in promoting and presenting natural bodybuilding, and showcasing athletes who dedicate themselves to high standards in training and contest preparation. In addition to the Saturday contest, you and all our vendors will have other opportunities to network and build relationships with all our athletes, fitness enthusiasts, create strategic partnerships with our promoter and team, present your products and services, and receive a contact list of all registered competitors and attendees.

Thank you for your generosity, collaboration in community, and passion to serve others. Again, we are proud to be affiliated with the National Gym Association (nationalgym.com), and will be operating under their non-profit status. This simply means that your sponsorship of our event may be a tax deductible expense. (Please discuss with your tax advisors.)

Net proceeds will be donated to Univera Serve First®, a public charity dedicated to addressing the nutritional needs of at-risk children in our local area and worldwide.

This will be an exciting opportunity to elevate our advocacy for health and fitness. Through our partnership and collaborative efforts, Physiques Northwest events and other venues that promote health and fitness, we can each make a difference in the quality of life for so many!


Photo by Neil Jordan

Blessed to be a blessing,

Marlina Tesoro Velasco
206.979.7363 | info@physiquesnw.com
“Building wellness communities for those seeking personal ownership & responsibility in optimal health, fitness and lifestyle.” -MV

*Overall swords, as your see me holding on the promo postcard, are awarded to the winner of an entire class or division. The theory of the sword award is based on portrayal of Hercules and other sword-and-sandals heroes. This period of bodybuilding was typified at Muscle Beach in Venice, California.