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the power of sport

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watch full screen (there are some compression hiccups mr. slideshare), no music so make your own soundtrack, click at your own pace. your comments appreciated peterhac@yahoo.com

watch full screen (there are some compression hiccups mr. slideshare), no music so make your own soundtrack, click at your own pace. your comments appreciated peterhac@yahoo.com

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  • DJPGS DJPGS I thought it was a well told story about the power and importance that sport plays in people’s lives and the benefits that can be derived from leveraging that power. Not only is it important for brands and corporations to realise that power, but also to appreciate it and leverage it in a relevant and mutually beneficial way. That way, even the most opposed fans to corporate involvement in sport will come around when the product both on and off the field reaps the rewards. 4 years ago
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  • peterhac Peter Holmes à Court at Peter Holmes à Court dannyboy69
    sorry you didn't like it. not for everyone.
    Mr Taylor was dealt with professionally, and we stand behind our decision. My positions on cheerleaders is clear: nothing against spandex-clad people dancing in general, it is just that the cheerleaders were the only presence women had at our games and didn't that was the right context for women.

    Not sure what you think are the alternative models for funding Rugby League, and ours is certainly only one way to go. Each to their own. P
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  • dannyboy69 dannyboy69 Sorry but that was a load of rubbish. Told me nothing.

    If sport is about inclusion and second chances - what about Jason Taylor. If it's good enough to have Reggie Rabbit, why not the cheer girls? And don't talk for those people peering over the fence at the trial game. they just refuse to partake in your money grab - it was a trial!!!!

    Peter, you and Crowe need to stop trying to brainwash fans and sponsors into supporting your model. It stinks and we don't want a bar of it.
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  • peterhac Peter Holmes à Court at Peter Holmes à Court note: watch full screen (there are some compression hiccups mr. slideshare), no music so make your own soundtrack, click at your own pace. your comments appreciated peterhac@yahoo.com 4 years ago
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