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18 minutes ago, roy11 said:

Well that is good news. I thought they would have departed after the 2019 season debacle. 
well done Mr Pert. 
another Tick ✔️ 

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24 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Well that is good news. I thought they would have departed after the 2019 season debacle. 
well done Mr Pert. 
another Tick ✔️ 

perhaps not everyone, or every entity is reactionary as you?

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11 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

perhaps not everyone, or every entity is reactionary as you?

Perhaps, but the Car Industry is very tight, with Jaguar not doing so well. 
 

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Wonder how similar the terms are for the extension. But good to know that jaguar (even if facing some issues themselves) see the benefit in sponsoring us in 2020. 

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Thank you Jaguar and all of our sponsors great and small.

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A significant signing given that they would have expected a much better 2019 from us.  Fortunately, we have ANZAC Eve and QB blockbuster games this year which may have helped them re-sign for 2020.

Great that Jaguar are keeping the faith.

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Same old line is trotted our every time with all our sponsors... I’m tired of it.

“To be aligned with a club with such a rich history and to continue to grow the Jaguar brand on a national scale is fantastic,”

 

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4 minutes ago, McQueen said:

Same old line is trotted our every time with all our sponsors... I’m tired of it.

“To be aligned with a club with such a rich history and to continue to grow the Jaguar brand on a national scale is fantastic,”

 

What else is there to say however @McQueen? Not many trophies in the cabinet recently, aside from the bad boy below....

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24 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

What else is there to say however @McQueen? Not many trophies in the cabinet recently, aside from the bad boy below....

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That’s my point mate. 
 

Missing any reference to ‘successful’. 

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1 minute ago, McQueen said:

That’s my point mate. 
 

Missing any reference to ‘successful’. 

yeah I knew that, just wanted to riff on it a bit more ;)

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Good to have them on board again. In this case, I think the fact they are a year to year proposition reflects their own financial position and is a little less about mfc. Also, with the fixture now out and an extra MCG game, its easier for the club and sponsor to quantify the exposure the mfc can offer their brand and how much that should cost.

All supporters (even if you aren't looking at buying now) should click on the links as these stats are used to assess marketing performance!

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1 hour ago, binman said:

Important vote of confidence.

You can say that again, wish I could afford one but a bit out of my league. Just bought a Holden instead, no gain for the club but sadly that was my budget.

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2 hours ago, Engorged Onion said:

What else is there to say however @McQueen? Not many trophies in the cabinet recently, aside from the bad boy below....

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I had to take a week off work after celebrating that monumental achievement.

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42 minutes ago, old dee said:

You can say that again, wish I could afford one but a bit out of my league. Just bought a Holden instead, no gain for the club but sadly that was my budget.

You must be one of the few who has, Cheap Deal?

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Great news considering how bad we went. 
 

Another yr Extension so maybe they are going to see if we are any good next season before deciding to extend again. 
 

Let’s hope next season we are much better then they can sign a multi yr extension. 

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it surprises me why some car companies bother with sponsorship of AFL teams. Take Jeep as an example in spite of being with Richmond for the last five years and winning 2 flags their sales continue to dive. You could say what would their sales be without Richmond? The same IMO. 

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