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12 minutes ago, Demonland said:

https://www.jaguarlandrover.com/

Bottom of page:

Jaguar Land Rover is part of Tata Motors.

Commonly known as JLR.

Great outcome for the club and WELL DONE to all in the Sponsorship Team. Its a tough jig and they keep delivering and meeting the Club's expectations on getting the sponsorship dollars in. 

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3 minutes ago, Umpire Please said:

Commonly known as JLR.

Great outcome for the club and WELL DONE to all in the Sponsorship Team. Its a tough jig and they keep delivering and meeting the Club's expectations on getting the sponsorship dollars in. 

Would be interesting to know if this was a Gary Pert deal or one they already had in the hopper. Either way great result particularly if they can turn it into a long term deal.

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14 minutes ago, Vagg said:

Nothing on the MFC Website yet!  Bit slack!!

Yes, well, no surprise really. Unfortunately.

I'd be none too impressed if i was the jaguar exec in charge of the sponsorship deal or their comms department.

Ask yourself. Did i use Demonland to keep updated about this announcement or the MFC website?

If the answer is the former then that tells you all you need to know about where our comms is at as a club.

If you answered the latter you probably don't know we have new BOJ sponsor. 

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1 hour ago, beelzebub said:

Ernie

Range Rover...Jag.  same company ;)

 

Like everything, who owns who , and who is paying the rent!

Its like drinking a craft beer and then noticing that the special imported or local brew you have paid extras for is actually made under licence by one of the conglomerate beer companies. 

Range Rovers and Jags all the same.  That's how much I know about cars.

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2 minutes ago, pewpewpew said:

Where's the announcement? I thought there was supposed to be a press conference this morning? The club fired out a couple of quickfire tweets with Maxy saying Stay Tuned and nadda since.

The club is preparing their advertisement for tomorrow's daily broadsheet (perhaps in the announcements pages - they are still deciding), considering an advertisement in the Truth and is working up a post for MySpace.

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Just now, dazzledavey36 said:

They're useless.

or maybe media savvy enough to know that by not making a formal announcement they will get speculative publicity as well as that for the actual announcement. 

Every day we hear that politician X will announce today xxxx.  Why? Because they'll get 2 bites at the publicity.

 

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8 minutes ago, sue said:

or maybe media savvy enough to know that by not making a formal announcement they will get speculative publicity as well as that for the actual announcement. 

Every day we hear that politician X will announce today xxxx.  Why? Because they'll get 2 bites at the publicity.

 

Nope, sorry Sue they're useless. Besides they have made a formal announcement with a media release.

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1 hour ago, beelzebub said:

It's just a gut feeling but with Jag looking to really push their Pace along.. especially the E pace it probably works to get exposure.

I suspect if the car sales follow then Jag may stay around for a few more years.

The E pace has very good reviews... probably a better more affordable car than Elon's

I wish them well.

Love to have one :)

they need an electric type car...  like an e-type jag

 

2020-jaguar-e-type-zero-1.jpg

 

or a quick saloon type.

Jaguar-XF.jpg

https://www.jaguar.com/jaguar-range/xf/index.html

Expect the vehicle to be delivered sometime in the beginning of the summer of 2020.

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9 minutes ago, DV8 said:

they need an electric type car...  like an e-type jag

 

2020-jaguar-e-type-zero-1.jpg

 

or a quick saloon type.

Jaguar-XF.jpg

https://www.jaguar.com/jaguar-range/xf/index.html

Expect the vehicle to be delivered sometime in the beginning of the summer of 2020.

That E type wouldn't sound the same ;)

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