The Marketing of Tebow

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    The Marketing of Tebow

    Good, bad, or indifferent....Tebow is smart to get as many endorsement contracts over the next year or so that his managers can handle.  If he tanks professionally, he should be financially set for life if he manages his money. If he does well, he'll earn tons more.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?id=5312888

     
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    Re: The Marketing of Tebow

    Or in other words, "Strike while the iron is hot."

     
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    Or in other words, "Strike while the iron is hot."
    Posted by p-mike


    Hellya.  That's what I'd do.  This may or may not be his only 15 minutes of fame.
     
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    With all the odds against prior to the draft, he still managed to come smelling like roses. if he pulls off a TB in Denver they'll forget all about John Elway, and he'll reap all the rewards
     
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    I actually think he'll do well eventually. There's still something to be said for people with his spirit. I just have a feeling he'll eventually excel in this league in some form or fashion.
     
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    I am willing to take a wait and see attitude for Tebow. He was a star in college less because of talent and more because of drive. If there is a way for him to produce, he will find it.
     
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    I like Tebow, and hope he does well.  Denver was a great place for him to land.
     
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    With all the odds against prior to the draft, he still managed to come smelling like roses. if he pulls off a TB in Denver they'll forget all about John Elway, and he'll reap all the rewards
    Posted by kansaspatriot



    The arguments against Tebow were due to questions regarding talent, not heart. So, his management team rightly said....let's send u to "school" and retool your footwork and throwing mechanics, publicize it before the draft...and see what happens. He's a little ways from being either a TB or Elway...
     
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    Re: The Marketing of Tebow

    every jesus freak loves him
     
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    every jesus freak loves him
    Posted by gt281ci



    True. It's also the reason why some folks hate him.

    His PR team will have to walk a fine line re: religion. No more bible verses on his eye black.
     
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    Re: The Marketing of Tebow

    well he is already the cover boy for NCAA 11 with his deal with EA Sports...and im sure he will get some marketing money just because of who he is...but if he is still riding the pine or not playing well like brady quinn...then i expect him to have one or 2 ads out there and that be about it...after all...being overrated doesnt sell anything
     
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    every jesus freak loves him
    Posted by gt281ci


    What a waste of a post...God Bless
     
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