- Mar 17, 2014
No lie, this is pretty funny.Somebody worried about them breathing the printing ink on the masks in 3....2....1....
I would gleefully spend money on a #42 Kenseth mask.No lie, this is pretty funny.
I'd buy a mask, if NASCAR sells it. I think the proceeds should go to charity, just for the masks IMO. It would be a good look for the brands associated with the respected teams. Give back to those researching and such through these times.
Another aspect of all this that I hadn't thought about until this article. Thanks.
This race was open for RPM. The team and Bubba collaborated on this deal to continue to spread awareness and what it means:#Blacklivesmatter on Bubbas car, does this movement have a foundation that is paying for the sponsorship or is this a NASCAR sponsored effort?
Remember when the race sponsor's name was announced regularly during the broadcast? "GM Goodwrench 400", etc. I'm not sure why the networks stopped but I suspect it was because they weren't getting any money. I'll bet it would be easier for tracks to sign an event sponsor if the networks would reverse that decision.
Title sponsorship of a particulat event is irrelevant to me.
Superseded by a near billion dollar TV deal. Shocking.
one of these days you might come up with a source(s) instead of endless attempts to deathbed. Very little credibility if any without them.It's irrelevant to me too, but if you were a track selling event sponsorships based on TV mentions, it becomes a big deal. NASCAR was going to get their billions no matter who they signed with or what the contract said, but instead of making a deal that helped protect the interests of the entities that played a real role in building NASCAR to the point that they could COMMAND billions, Brian and company held out for every last single dime, and the hell with the little details. When the deal was first enacted, there was serious discussion about whether TV would even mention the car sponsors on air unless said company purchased sponsorship packages, and NASCAR actually seemed shocked and surprised that such a thing would even be considered......... Personally, I have my doubts that Brian knew what the hell he even signed.
Cigarette advertising is against the law.
Other than those guys, corporate sponsors of NASCAR, it’s singular events, racetracks, grandstand sections and its race teams have come and gone at their own pleasure, not NASCAR’s.
I understand your desire to paint everything NASCAR with a fuzzy 18” negativity roller. As is often the case, you’re out to lunch here.
Stay well ... wear your mask.
one of these days you might come up with a source(s) instead of endless attempts to deathbed. Very little credibility if any without them.