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3 hours ago, hemingway said:

Would there be much to negotiate?

Surely, a company would have X $ in its marketing or advertising budget, and that would be that. it just depends whether that is enough for a back of the jumper sponsor.  

I would imagine it would depend on what Melbourne can offer in terms of brand exposure. It shouldn't be as simple as $X in marketing/advertising budget, but maybe you're right.

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33 minutes ago, rjay said:

 

 

I would think if we have a new sponsor then we (and they) would want to wait to get the best bang for buck on the announcement.

Surely now is not the time.

I have no doubt we have this well in hand and as others have said we are now a hot property.

 

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1 hour ago, daisycutter said:

king gee and chisholm are casey demons sponsors, mac. see http://www.melbournefc.com.au/casey-demons 

Thanks dc. 

My research methods need some improvements. 😆 

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It would be get a long term sponsor, Instead of changing every couple years like a couple of the more powerful clubs.

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22 hours ago, Matt Demon said:

Any news on this? Surely we're past the day's of heading into a season without a major sponsor.

I'm not sure why you think we don't have a major sponsor. I think the list as a whole is pretty strong.

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Oops, don't know why it put more than one image up. Over to you Mod.

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4 minutes ago, dworship said:

Oops, don't know why it put more than one image up. Over to you Mod.

That is 2018 list, don’t believe iSelect are men’s team sponsor for 2019.

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5 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

That is 2018 list, don’t believe iSelect are men’s team sponsor for 2019.

Hadn't seen that confirmed but you may be correct.

In which case Pert still has plenty of time to make an announcement in 2019.

I would think to maximize the exposure for any new sponsor there are much better places in the news cycle.

There is a reason this is called a non ratings period.

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On 11/5/2018 at 8:56 PM, Viney+Brayshaw+Hogan=Flag said:

Does anyone know when the iSelect deal runs out? This picture from the melbourne facebook page has the empty jumper numbers for next year without a back of jumper sponsor. New major sponsor coming? 

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3 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Weren't Infinity becoming our BOJ sponsor or was that just a rumor around here.

First I heard of it BBP.

Then again, I rely on others in the know to deliver the scoops on here.

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I think that Infinity is a likely option. Given that their logo has disappeared from the 2019 polos to date, but were on the 2018 polo sleeves and also on the front (replacing IG until they extended their partnership recently) during the National Draft.

I think its nutting out the length and dollars, and waiting for a good media opportunity. Whether its Infiniti, i don't know. The Infiniti black and white colour scheme would look great on the back, replacing the orange block of ISelect.

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2 hours ago, bragswoewodin said:

I think that Infinity is a likely option. Given that their logo has disappeared from the 2019 polos to date, but were on the 2018 polo sleeves and also on the front (replacing IG until they extended their partnership recently) during the National Draft.

I think its nutting out the length and dollars, and waiting for a good media opportunity. Whether its Infiniti, i don't know. The Infiniti black and white colour scheme would look great on the back, replacing the orange block of ISelect.

Infinity should step up to be the BOJ sponsor?  Roy Morgan produce research each year about car sponsorship of AFL, as the automakers get good ROI from it.  Seems cheap for a car manufacturer to not be a major sponsor. If Infinity don’t want it then Pert has history signing sponsorships with car manufacturers.

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13 hours ago, Watson11 said:

Infinity should step up to be the BOJ sponsor?  Roy Morgan produce research each year about car sponsorship of AFL, as the automakers get good ROI from it.  Seems cheap for a car manufacturer to not be a major sponsor. If Infinity don’t want it then Pert has history signing sponsorships with car manufacturers.

Infinity is a poor selling brand. They are making very little head way in the Australian market. Nissan is trying to do the same as Toyota has done with Lexus. However the product is not a patch on the Lexus brand. Well Nissan don't seem to be able to sell the idea in Australia. Motoring writers are giving them ordinary reviews. High priced tarted up Nissans IMO. Don't be surprised if they disappear as a sponsor sooner rather than later. 

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4 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Infiniti. 

......and Beyond

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5 hours ago, old dee said:

Infinity is a poor selling brand. They are making very little head way in the Australian market. Nissan is trying to do the same as Toyota has done with Lexus. However the product is not a patch on the Lexus brand. Well Nissan don't seem to be able to sell the idea in Australia. Motoring writers are giving them ordinary reviews. High priced tarted up Nissans IMO. Don't be surprised if they disappear as a sponsor sooner rather than later. 

Agreed. Infinity has not made an impact at all. 

Nissan is known for the GTR

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Let’s just pay the cfmeu to be our boj sponsor and get our training facilities started.

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On 1/3/2019 at 6:15 PM, Wrecker45 said:

Let’s just pay the cfmeu to be our boj sponsor and get our training facilities started.

I’ll start barracking for Collingwood if the cfmeu put their logo on our guernsey

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11 minutes ago, In Harmes Way said:

I’ll start barracking for Collingwood if the cfmeu put their logo on our guernsey

Bet you don't!

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On 1/2/2019 at 5:31 PM, old dee said:

Infinity is a poor selling brand. They are making very little head way in the Australian market. Nissan is trying to do the same as Toyota has done with Lexus. However the product is not a patch on the Lexus brand. Well Nissan don't seem to be able to sell the idea in Australia. Motoring writers are giving them ordinary reviews. High priced tarted up Nissans IMO. Don't be surprised if they disappear as a sponsor sooner rather than later. 

OD, I believe you if you say they’re selling poorly in Oz. 

Have you driven one?  My girlfriend traded her Q40 for a new Q50.  I drove both a lot and they’re really nice, and selling very well here in Los Angeles

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On 1/3/2019 at 9:31 AM, old dee said:

Infinity is a poor selling brand. They are making very little head way in the Australian market. Nissan is trying to do the same as Toyota has done with Lexus. However the product is not a patch on the Lexus brand. Well Nissan don't seem to be able to sell the idea in Australia. Motoring writers are giving them ordinary reviews. High priced tarted up Nissans IMO. Don't be surprised if they disappear as a sponsor sooner rather than later. 

I was thinking why don’t we just look at Nissan but upon a quick search see that the Hawks have just done that. 

http://www.nissan.com.au/discover/news/2018/december/10/nissan-joins-the-happy-team-at-hawthorn

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