August 31st 2009
The Chicago Bears are offering a unique fan experience as an enter-to-win contest for its home opener titled “Be The Captain.” The lucky winner will take the 4th Phase flag from a Bears starter and represent the 4th Phase at midfield.
As the promotion states on the Bears website: “Picture yourself in the tunnel with the players as they get ready to take the field for the 2009 home opener. Picture yourself standing on the field, receiving the 4th Phase flag from a Chicago Bears player. As you carry that flag across Soldier Field, you represent all the fans that make up the 4th Phase.”
What a neat way to engage and involved the Bears fans with a unique and memorable enter-to-win contest that should prove to be effective for attracting many fans to sign up and provide their information for a chance to win the contest.
August 24th 2009
For today’s Telios Tip, I’m sharing a link to neat article I read on corporate Sponsorships and how sponsorships can benefit nonprofit organizations, as well as how the sponsorships of non-profits can benefit businesses: Corporate Sponsorships Bring Nonprofits to the Top.
August 17th 2009
A few weeks ago I came across “20 Social Networking Sites for Business Professionals,” posted by Alyssa Gregory on sitepoint. Along with a great list of business networks, there are over 100 comments that include additional links to business networks.
I’ve also initiated a number of sports business groups and (more…)
August 10th 2009
Many sports teams provide a page on their websites for special ticket offers, but the Chicago Cubs have created a Special Offers page that not only includes ticket offers, but also the Cubs Club, merchandise, away game trips, the Wrigley brick program, VIP seats, and enter to win contests. It’s well done and worth a look and consideration from other sports organizations.
August 3rd 2009
Today’s Telios Tip is a link to an article I read – Pros Give Their Tips: Thinking and Planning Comes Before ‘Tweeting’ – which is a good read and provides some solid tips on how businesses can effectively use Twitter.