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"I need a sponsor!" campaign dropped

Discussion in 'Thomas Laybourn Forum' started by Laybourn, Mar 12, 2010.

  1. nokh88

    nokh88 Regular Member

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    Hi Thomas,

    Million of viewers and no response !! Maybe you should add the word "badly" and try again. No offence.

    Good luck to your new project.
     
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    Looks like Thomas Laybourn was wearing his 'i need a sponsor' shirt at S'gapore open, right ?
     
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    I saw him in finals wearing that shirt and I thought he must be making a joke.
    I couldn't believe a Danish badminton player (that too one of the best in world) won't be able to get a sponsor. :eek:
    It is kind of strange. Well now I can understand how difficult it must be for Indian players to get sponsorship (where badminton is even lesser popular).
    Sad affair.....:(
     
  4. Thom_bad

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    Yep it's sad, and moreover I'm pretty sure there are lots of potential sponsors in Denmark, where badminton is considered as the second most popular sport, after football....

    I remember there was for example "Grundfos" which sponsored PG for years...
     

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