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A Look Into a Few New OpenSponsorship Campaigns

May 9, 2017 12:41:35 PM / by Angelique Martinez posted in alternative, home fitness, juvo board, massage device, open sponsorship, sponsored athletes, sponsorship, supplements, tame the beast, u-gym, Uncategorized, yoga, athletes, brand deals, campaign deals, cannabis, eagle energy, energy, energy drinks

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OpenSponsorship makes it easy to connect brands and athletes together. Here's a look into a few new campaigns that are being offered to OpenSponsorship Athletes.
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Why Social Media is key in Athlete Sponsorship & Endorsement

Nov 16, 2016 9:59:50 AM / by Angelique Martinez posted in apple sports, nike, nike sports, open sponsorship, social media, social media athletes, sponsored athletes, sponsoring athletes, sports brands, Uncategorized, brands, endorsements

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This post is originally written by Jenn Mamajek

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Sponsors Come Out For A Good Cause

Sep 28, 2016 3:28:46 PM / by Angelique Martinez posted in III & Long Foundation, Muhammad Wilkerson, NFL, NY Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, Santonio Holmes, Uncategorized, athletes, Dee Milliner

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5 Ways Local Businesses can sponsor NFL Athletes

Aug 30, 2016 9:49:44 PM / by Angelique Martinez posted in Local athletes, Local Businesses, NFL Athletes, sponsored athletes, Troy Polamalu, Uncategorized, Cam Newton

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Most NFL athletes come from small towns just like you and me. The best way to get a small business the right publicity would be by sponsoring an athlete from your own town. We see many athletes such as Troy Polamalu (former Pittsburgh Steeler) representing Head and Shoulders shampoo for five years, Cam Newton (current captain of the Carolina Panthers) with multiple Gatorade and Oikos Greek yogurt commercials and Eli Manning (QB for the NYG) being the face of many Toyota ads, which are just a few to name. Most athletes make the most of their money not by playing their sport, but by being sponsored. Why not build your local restaurant or car dealership by sponsoring an NFL athlete? Not all sponsorships have to be such large brands such as the previously mentioned. The goal of OpenSponsorship is to help large brands along with small ones represent athletes they admire.

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