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Discussion in 'General Forum' started by lizag, Nov 30, 2011.
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Is the painting a strategy to intimidate you opponents with brand inspired ensemble.
Of course if you were a true fan you'd also dye your hair, with maybe some matching earings?
Joking aside, are you a big Yonex fan or was this something you did on a whim?
It was done in order to promote sales of yonex products in a local tournament, and yes it was effective
From that statement I suspect you are a racket retailer (or perhaps work for Yonex)? Yonex must be an important brand where you are, either that or you only retail Yonex equipment.
We are the exclusive importer of yonex badminton equipment in Israel. It's kind of new, before that you almost couldn't find any yonex stuff around here.
wow i wonder if that nail polish can be used on chipped racquets!!
I believe that was the intention from Yonex (to use it on chipped rackets).
But somehow, people use it as their nail polish.
That's surprising, I would have assumed their entry level stuff would have been a safe bet for a retailer. I'm guessing then that their either wasn't much of a badminton market where you are or that Yonex were setting a high margin on their entry level equipment?
Either way it's good to see that badminton has become popular enough in your region (Israel?) to be able to support a premium brand like Yonex.