The beautiful Campbell Studio opened it’s doors in June 2016. It is conveniently located in the central city of Campbell. Along with it’s sister studio, it is dedicated to providing the best, most intense barre-focused workout to all members of the South Bay Community.

Stephanie Cho and Leslie Searson own the studio and are proud to have been trained by the Bar Method founder Burr Leonard at the Bar Method flagship studio in San Francisco.

Stephanie has been a Bar Method devotee since 2006, and credits it with helping her get into the best shape of her life. An avid exercise and fitness fan, she tried every fitness trend (dance, yoga, pilates, spinning, weights etc.) before becoming addicted to the Bar Method. She appreciates the wholly engrossing nature, both physically and mentally, of the Bar Method and can genuinely attest to the fact that it never gets easier – which is a good thing! She looks forward to encouraging (in a loving way, of course) her clients to challenge and push themselves to achieve their own fitness goals.

Leslie has been a long time fan of the method and has had first-hand experience at what it’s like to set fitness goals and actually see the results! Feeling & seeing all the wonderful benefits Bar Method had provided, lead her to open a studio where she could share her knowledge and help educate others. At the studio she brings with her a sense of calm, light-hearted and a helpful nature which lends itself to a fun and challenging class environment. She hopes to lead, and inspire her students to their own success through the Bar Method technique!

The annual 2016 “Carol of Lights” festival will be held on Saturday December 3rd from 5:00pm until 8:00pm. The Downtown Campbell Business Association invites you to the streets of Historic Downtown Campbell for this free event. This non- commercial, family oriented event brings people in the Campbell community together for an evening of Holiday fun. There are a variety of attractions for the children, including; real snow, bounce houses, a petting zoo, pony rides, arts and crafts, face painting, a photo booth, etc.

After the passing of our beloved Sally Howe, a group of community members and volunteers have taken on this event in her honor. In the past, Sally’s fundraising efforts have been through recycling, community dinners, personal donations, bunco nights, and so on. Since this event has become more popular, the committee is seeking more donations from individuals, local businesses and corporate level sponsors. We need your help in order to carry on this festive downtown tradition!

The sponsorship amounts and benefits are as follows:

$1,000 Sponsorship

Full banner with business logo and information in a populated
area during the festival. Prominent recognition on website, social media sites, event poster and brochure.

$500 Sponsorship

Business logo on smaller banner in a populated area during the festival. Recognition on website, social media sites, event poster and brochure.

$100 Sponsorship

Business listed on poster and printed materials.

Please make check payable to “Campbell Parks and Recreation Foundation”. This foundation is a 501(c)(3) corporation and any donation made is fully tax-deductible.

Sincerely,

The Carol of Lights Event Committee
Non Profit EIN: 45-2418433 (Campbell Parks and Recreation Foundation)
Contact Brooke Ramirez
phone 408-649-0948

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