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In Reply to: Re: This sound like a good sponsorship to you? posted by Bigballs on May 14, 2003 at 23:11:04:


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Posted by:
Rick "Wolf" Martin
on May 15, 2003 at 10:05:48

This field owner would be doing a lot. The captain would need to do the leg work selling his team to the paint companies. If more sponsorship is required, then the team has to work for it (too many players expect freebies -- Heck, that is true across all society) in all the ways.

Paintballers, you have to GIVE to get.

Rick

: All sounds good but the paint...A good team needs a paint sponser in order to survive....Paint is the most expensive part of paintball and a good team uses alot of paint.....Most teams dont have alot of money so a paint sponser is really important.

: John Iannucci
: (Wone Concepts Factory Team)
: Chicago, IL.


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