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Well done to the club and the Sponsorship team getting this done in the current climate. Where are all the doom spreaders now telling us the club is not doing the right thing and holding back!

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11 hours ago, Bucket list said:

Well done to the club and the Sponsorship team getting this done in the current climate. Where are all the doom spreaders now telling us the club is not doing the right thing and holding back!

?A brilliant effort 

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11 hours ago, Bucket list said:

Well done to the club and the Sponsorship team getting this done in the current climate. Where are all the doom spreaders now telling us the club is not doing the right thing and holding back!

Don't worry they are still around ready to pounce at the first sight of things not appearing to be right, just like vultures.

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Very good get at a time when sponsors are questioning value of associations and exposure is restricted. Congratulations to both club and Furphys.

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I'm a Furphy fan, it's not a special beer but it goes back easy enough and doesn't break the bank. 

I'm happy they've got on board and the club should be congratulated for continuing to bring in support.

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17 hours ago, Cards13 said:

I welcomed a couple of Furphy’s to my face yesterday over a bbq (at home, with the family) and it was grand. Well done Dees.

Might have to do the same myself now too.  What do they say about a hard earned thirst...mater a fact I've got one now.

Whoops, wrong beer.  Anyways will be getting behind Furphy's now they have got behind the mighty Demons, as shouldd every Demons supporter of drinking age and inclination.

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23 hours ago, chook fowler said:

First Johnny Walker now Furphy’s - next cab off the rank should be makers of thiamine.

Unfortunately I think Johnnie Walker is no longer a sponsor of the MFC. They aren’t on the sponsor page anyway  

This year HERTZ are now on our shorts where the JWalker logo was last year. 
 

Shame really, I like a bit of JW (Black and up) and now I can’t justify it by saying it supports the MFC. 

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7 hours ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

On a side note, I saw something today about AFL clubs looking to sell advertising  real estate on the back of the jumper. Looking at adding additional sponsors. 

Ewwwww, I hope not. One is bad enough.

8 hours ago, dworship said:

Hope that really annoyed Geelong

Ha ha, we do have some good craft brewery’s down this way.

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On 4/10/2020 at 10:58 PM, Pates said:

I'm a Furphy fan, it's not a special beer but it goes back easy enough and doesn't break the bank. 

I'm happy they've got on board and the club should be congratulated for continuing to bring in support.

I like it very much its is a simple straightforward beer much like VB before they F*%Ked it up

Great sponsor move DEES

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14 hours ago, pitmaster said:

Chunks' presser this afternoon has Zurich, Hertz, Jaguar...and Furphy ale as our sponsors. Any posters know when this was stitched up?

Hertz USA has just gone into Bankruptcy protection, so hope Hertz Australia is a separate Company.

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1 hour ago, Redleg said:

Hertz USA has just gone into Bankruptcy protection, so hope Hertz Australia is a separate Company.

Noted that. But Chapter 11 in the US is intended to enable companies to trade their way out of strife. It is not the end.

Any car hire company is going to feel some pain under lockdown. Hopefully our Hertz can ride this out.

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