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A small comment on one of our major sponsors. Lexus sold more cars in Jan. 2019 than Infiniti sold for all of 2018.

It seems the Dees have the job in front of them getting Infiniti up in 2019.

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

A small comment on one of our major sponsors. Lexus sold more cars in Jan. 2019 than Infiniti sold for all of 2018.

It seems the Dees have the job in front of them getting Infiniti up in 2019.

Money up front or keep walking Pal....

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13 hours ago, old dee said:

A small comment on one of our major sponsors. Lexus sold more cars in Jan. 2019 than Infiniti sold for all of 2018.

It seems the Dees have the job in front of them getting Infiniti up in 2019.

We could be beneficiaries from this information. Infiniti should want to increase sales and therefore may up its marketing spend. 

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12 hours ago, Matt Demon said:

Surely we're not taking the feild with blank jumpers again! I thought we were past this.

I'll be fuming if we run out V's Port with no back of jumper sponsor, as per the start of 2017.

The traditionalist will argue that it's a great look to have a sponsor-less jumper, but it's quite frankly an embarrassing look in this day in age.

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7 minutes ago, raDeelaide said:

25 days until JLT and still no back of the jumper sponsor?

If I was a new sponsor, I would be telling the club to wait until prime time before announcing it for maximum media coverage.  Not sure when that is but it isn’t December or January, and probably not February.

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44 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I'll be fuming if we run out V's Port with no back of jumper sponsor, as per the start of 2017.

The traditionalist will argue that it's a great look to have a sponsor-less jumper, but it's quite frankly an embarrassing look in this day in age.

I agree It's a pathetic look in this day and age but I'll hold my fire for now. The club hasn't done a lot wrong of late so we should have faith we'll hear something before round 1.

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1 hour ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

We could be beneficiaries from this information. Infiniti should want to increase sales and therefore may up its marketing spend. 

Correct LDC but IMO they have a big job in front of them because the product is average. They don't get much in the way of good reviews from the Motoring Press. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but again only my view but they look average and are expensive. However they are part of the Nissan/ Mitsubishi/ Renault group that sold the most vehicles in 2018 on a world basis so who knows how committed they are to the Australian market. Like our team 2019 will be an interesting year. I doubt they will be able to say they did not get plenty of exposure. Who knows what advertisers feels is good value for money. Jeep has been a Richmond major sponsor now for years and all through the Tigers run up to the flag and beyond Jeep sales have fallen. One view from that is without the Tigers exposure they would have fallen further. My view is they should be selling a better product and the money spent at Richmond is not doing much to help them. But perhaps wisely Jeep do not agree with me.

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3 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I'll be fuming if we run out V's Port with no back of jumper sponsor, as per the start of 2017.

The traditionalist will argue that it's a great look to have a sponsor-less jumper, but it's quite frankly an embarrassing look in this day in age.

Yes , I want the Pal Dog Food  logo emblazoned across the front of the guernsey. And Mustaffa's Shawarma emporium symbol across the back.

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5 hours ago, Watson11 said:

If I was a new sponsor, I would be telling the club to wait until prime time before announcing it for maximum media coverage.  Not sure when that is but it isn’t December or January, and probably not February.

It makes no sense what so ever to be announcing a major sponsor with no season proper games lined up for another 7 weeks. 

It will be a similar unveiling of a major sponsor as like last year, the infinity sponsorship was well conducted at the right possible moment to maximize exposure of The MFC and Company.

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Ooohh, is it riddle time? 

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1 hour ago, Dante said:

Monday

how about a cryptic clue, dante, haven't had a good one for ages

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44 minutes ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

In the classic words of Jerry McGuire:

"SHOW ME THE MONEY"

Absolutely!!

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42 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

how about a cryptic clue, dante, haven't had a good one for ages

Sorry, no can do. Monday

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Money Day= Monday

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On 2/6/2019 at 8:19 AM, Watson11 said:

If I was a new sponsor, I would be telling the club to wait until prime time before announcing it for maximum media coverage.  Not sure when that is but it isn’t December or January, and probably not February.

Hopefully it's not April

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11 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Hopefully it's not April

Apparently it’s going to be Monday.  Maybe the sponsor knows no one is interested in aflx and are interested in any footy related news

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Calling @The Riddler.

This thread should be your bread and butter.

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