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spoonster05 Posted - 01 Feb 2013 : 18:36:40
Well for many years a lot of people have associated bogans with Holden, this new deal appears to prove the theory

http://www.collingwoodfc.com.au/news/2013-02-01/collingwood-and-holden-sign-multimillion-dollar-deal.workspace



Collingwood Football Club and Holden have joined forces, bringing together two of the most respected brands in Australia.

A three year, multi-million dollar partnership will see Holden become a Platinum Partner of the Collingwood Football Club and official sponsor of Nathan Buckley and his team of coaches, one of the club’s highest profile properties.

Collingwood Chief Executive Gary Pert said: ‘’ The opportunity to combine two iconic Australian brands has enormous possibilities. While each organisation has great heritage and tradition, they are also both committed to innovation and excellence which is why I see this as one of the most exciting partnership decisions the club has made in recent times.

“There is no question the club has big ambitions over the next few years both on and off the field, and Holden will now become and key part of that strategy moving forward.’’

Holden Chairman and Managing Director, Mike Devereux , said the two organisations possess rich histories and share many traits.

“Our partnership with Collingwood is a natural fit. Both Holden and Collingwood are iconic Australian brands and come from strong foundations enriched in Aussie culture, supported by fans that have a real passion for these brands,” Devereux said.

Holden re-enters the AFL football sponsorship market for the first time in 15 years and Pert said it was both fitting and a compliment that Holden should choose to ‘get back into the game’ with the Magpies.

“The Collingwood Football Club sees wonderful potential for both organisations in this relationship. In 2012, we drew an average crowd of 60,000 to our home matches and, on average, more than 1 million people each week watched Collingwood matches on television. This year we will march towards our goal of 80,000 members. Holden’s sponsorship of our coaches will give them exposure and access to arguably the best and highest profile coaching leadership team in the AFL’’, Pert said.
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Coyote302 Posted - 26 May 2013 : 08:26:30
quote:
Originally posted by Trickyonne

how many pie's fans can afford a new car ?...should be sponsored by cash converters



But they buy plenty of parts for their VN Commondores, after the get their Newstart payments
tommo11 Posted - 13 Feb 2013 : 21:21:27
Bogans United
bigcol Posted - 03 Feb 2013 : 22:24:37
quote:
Originally posted by Trickyonne

how many pie's fans can afford a new car ?...should be sponsored by crime converters



fixed it for you
Brightman Posted - 02 Feb 2013 : 17:14:05
quote:
Originally posted by Muz

quote:
Originally posted by Brightman

Really Holden, u sponsor Collingwood... Out of all the afl teams... They are already the biggest team in the AFL and have the most money, and now they are even more richer and better off than a team like North Melbourne.

Average decision.



Why would anyone paying money want to go for a lesser product?


There is no logic in the reply. I based it on what I/we all think about Collingwood and its success/money through the eyes of an opposition fan....
Trickyonne Posted - 02 Feb 2013 : 16:43:52
how many pie's fans can afford a new car ?...should be sponsored by cash converters
Muz Posted - 02 Feb 2013 : 16:05:51
quote:
Originally posted by Brightman

Really Holden, u sponsor Collingwood... Out of all the afl teams... They are already the biggest team in the AFL and have the most money, and now they are even more richer and better off than a team like North Melbourne.

Average decision.



Why would anyone paying money want to go for a lesser product?
DJRford Posted - 02 Feb 2013 : 09:36:54
So now we may well get Ford vs Holden in the AFL given that two of the better teams are Geelong and Collingwood.
Brightman Posted - 01 Feb 2013 : 19:40:30
Really Holden, u sponsor Collingwood... Out of all the afl teams... They are already the biggest team in the AFL and have the most money, and now they are even more richer and better off than a team like North Melbourne.

Average decision.
AlbertM Posted - 01 Feb 2013 : 19:19:34
Holden have also picked up sponsorship of the NRL as well.

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