Sponsorship Opportunities For The TICA Awards

Sponsorship opportunities are available for Lifetime Acheivers, Outstanding Dams and Sires. Your company will be recognized on the website, on the award itself, during the banquet PowerPoint presentation and in a keepsake Awards Booklet. You will also be acknowledged at the banquet with a plaque.

Fate Mays

Fate Mays is an award-winning judge and trainer. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a Master of Arts in Counseling. She has served as a TICA judge and trainer, a South Central Regional Director, and a Master Clerk since 1985. She has judged Abyssinians, Persians, Household Pets, and various other breeds of cats. She has also won numerous awards and has been named TICA Judge of the Year twice.

The TICA Awards are a wonderful way to promote your cat and raise funds for your club. These shows are fun, and there are no entry fees. The winners will receive virtual ribbons and prizes for their efforts. Funds from these shows will go to help clubs whose membership has been affected by the Covid19 cancellation. You don’t have to be a TICA member to enter the show, and you don’t have to register your cat with TICA to win.

Aline Noel-Garel

Aline Noel-Garel first became involved in cat fancy in 1978 when she was living in France. She began breeding Orientals and Siamese. By 1982, she had also introduced the Sphynx to the United States. She helped create the breed’s standard and was instrumental in getting it recognized as a championship breed in the TICA. She also worked on the Pavillon Baltard cat show and judged over 600 cats in France.

Adriana Kajon

Adriana Kajon is a renowned cat breeder and judge. She has won numerous awards including judge of the year in 2013 and Distinguished Judge in 2017. She also teaches at the TICA Judging School and is an Approved Allbreed Judge. She also serves on the TICA Genetics Committee. Moreover, Adriana is the founder and co-founder of the International Cat Agility Tournaments.

Laurie Patton

Before becoming a judge and a TICA member, Laurie Patton was a bookkeeper and an estimator at several companies. In addition to judging, she also manages shows and is a member of the International Cat Association Southeast Region. She has many years of experience in the industry, including as a Provisional Allbreed Judge and as an Entry Clerk.

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