Why would your dads advertising be less effective in L2 than L1? If we go up, we'll probably get a few more regulars I suppose, but I suspect many of those are people who come a few times a season anyway. Possibly a few more away supporters form the larger clubs in that league?
But things like the TV coverage won't change much. Stadco might well ask him for more money to put the adverts up if we are in L1 anyway - so if we stay in L2 he'll be getting a bargain!
Am i the only one worried about what will happen with how many companies advertise next season? My dad owns 4/10 of box 10, and has 2 advertising boards behind the goal. (ice energy). And he said if we fail to get promoted he will probably not renew the sponsorship. I don't know if any other company feel that way. But another thing, we surely need to get a national or a big company to sponsor us, surely they'd offer a bit more in a sponsorship package?
A bit concerning to read that - the club needs a every penny of sponsorship it can get in these difficult times.
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Oct 22, 2014 21:28:15 GMT
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