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Major Partner is the second tier. Principal Partner is guernsey display level.

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Just now, Clintosaurus said:

Major Partner is the second tier. Principal Partner is guernsey display level.

Thanks mate. Just feels like 3 logos (plus the NB one and club one) is a lot for the front of a polo!

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When do we find out if Jag are signing on again? Not sure if they will given the season we just had  

How long is Zurich sponsorship for?

We seem to always have some form of issues in getting sponsorship and then actually keeping hem long term. Very frustrating. 

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Just now, DemonOX said:

When do we find out if Jag are signing on again? Not sure if they will given the season we just had  

How long is Zurich sponsorship for?

We seem to always have some form of issues in getting sponsorship and then actually keeping hem long term. Very frustrating. 

The Zurich partnership was for 3 years and began in January 2018.

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Just now, DemonOX said:

When do we find out if Jag are signing on again? Not sure if they will given the season we just had  

How long is Zurich sponsorship for?

We seem to always have some form of issues in getting sponsorship and then actually keeping hem long term. Very frustrating. 

Looks like the Jaguar deal was for the 2019 year.

https://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/2019-02-11/melbourne-welcomes-jaguar

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If we aren't successful ie: playing finals and getting prime time TV spots then we are not attractive to major big name long term sponsors.

Same goes for attracting big name quality players but that's another story for a different thread.

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11 minutes ago, DemonOX said:

When do we find out if Jag are signing on again? Not sure if they will given the season we just had  

How long is Zurich sponsorship for?

We seem to always have some form of issues in getting sponsorship and then actually keeping hem long term. Very frustrating. 

Simple reason. 
We are a very average Club compared to others. We do not give Value for money. 
it is entirely up to the Club to change this. 
Our name has a lot of pulling power if we uphold our end of the bargain

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1 hour ago, DemonOX said:

When do we find out if Jag are signing on again? Not sure if they will given the season we just had  

How long is Zurich sponsorship for?

We seem to always have some form of issues in getting sponsorship and then actually keeping hem long term. Very frustrating. 

I reckon we will have Jaguar for another year and beyond this will depend on our membership, on-field performance and to a lesser extent how many of our members buy a new Jag.

When we consider AHG it was always about them building some brand awareness. Infiniti was the result of them exiting the Australian market. Jaguar and Melbourne Football Club are a good marriage, we just need to make sure 2019 is an aberration and that they see us as a side that will regularly feature in September while building into a powerhouse club. 

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42 minutes ago, chookrat said:

I reckon we will have Jaguar for another year and beyond this will depend on our membership, on-field performance and to a lesser extent how many of our members buy a new Jag.

When we consider AHG it was always about them building some brand awareness. Infiniti was the result of them exiting the Australian market. Jaguar and Melbourne Football Club are a good marriage, we just need to make sure 2019 is an aberration and that they see us as a side that will regularly feature in September while building into a powerhouse club. 

"Jaguar Land Rover has been going through some tough times. The sales have taken a hit across global markets. In fact Jaguar Land Rover retail sales slumped 0.7 per cent to 128,953 units in the second quarter of this year compared to the same period last year. Jaguar's retail sales for the quarter were 37,323 units, down 1 per cent compared to the same period in the last fiscal. On the other hand, Land Rover retail sales were at 91,630 vehicles, 4.2 per cent up compared to the same period of last year."

"Tata Motors itself has had a tough year and car sales are down by a huge margin and recovery will take some time. Jaguar Land Rover too has had to announce a $3.2 billion savings programme and cut several jobs in globally. In fact the company is closing its UK factories for a week to correct the demand and supply curve."

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2 hours ago, Lord Nev said:

"Jaguar Land Rover has been going through some tough times. The sales have taken a hit across global markets. In fact Jaguar Land Rover retail sales slumped 0.7 per cent to 128,953 units in the second quarter of this year compared to the same period last year. Jaguar's retail sales for the quarter were 37,323 units, down 1 per cent compared to the same period in the last fiscal. On the other hand, Land Rover retail sales were at 91,630 vehicles, 4.2 per cent up compared to the same period of last year."

"Tata Motors itself has had a tough year and car sales are down by a huge margin and recovery will take some time. Jaguar Land Rover too has had to announce a $3.2 billion savings programme and cut several jobs in globally. In fact the company is closing its UK factories for a week to correct the demand and supply curve."

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Looks like sales are down marginally and they want to boost profitability. This doesn't tell us what the impact is to their Australian operations and whether it will impact on marketing budgets locally.

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24 minutes ago, chookrat said:

Looks like sales are down marginally and they want to boost profitability. This doesn't tell us what the impact is to their Australian operations and whether it will impact on marketing budgets locally.

Let's hope things pick up?🤞

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So will next year's jumper have jag on the back? I ask.my wife every year for a melbourne jumper for Christmas but they are never ready in time as we are constantly changing sponsorship and leaving it late tO do so 

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Those that do not venture over to the Demonland AFLW Forum,  may like to know that Zurich have signed on as a Major partner with our AFLW team and will be their BOJ sponsor.

Zurich will remain the FOJ sponsor for the AFL team.

Great to have Zurich extend their relationship with mfc. 

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2 minutes ago, Demonland said:

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First look at Hertz on the shorts?

Don't see any Jag logo.... (or were they always on the back?)

Edit - Yep, just checked, they were on the back. Johnnie Walker gone though?

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Just now, Lord Nev said:

Don't see any Jag logo.... (or were they always on the back?)

 

Not unless you have x-ray vision and can see the back of Gawny's jumper

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Just now, Demonland said:

Not unless you have x-ray vision and can see the back of Gawny's jumper

Haha yeah your reply button is quicker than my edit button!

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Looks like Hertz have replaced Johnnie Walker on the shorts with JW no longer a sponsor (going by the MFC Sponsors page).

 

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Haha yeah your reply button is quicker than my edit button!

Got to be quicker than that 😛

2020 Men Front of Jumper: Zurich

2020 Men Front of Shorts: Hertz

2020 Men Back of Jumper: Jaguar

2020 Women Front of Jumper: Hertz

2020 Women Front of Shorts: CSG ???

2020 Women Back of Jumper: Zurich

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11 minutes ago, Clint Buzzkill said:

I wear my Melbourne New Era hats all the time, will be sure to get a new one for 2020.

YEAS!!! I have about 5 of the new ear "flatties" and love them. Need some new ones, the others are starting to wear a bit.

 

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