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Reader Email

Dave

I hope this reaches you well. The reason for my inquiry is to see if you had initial interest and possible time this week or next to discuss partnership opportunities between Barstool Sports and the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (Advanced-A Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs). I am most interested in talking to you about stadium naming rights. A partnership of this level will undoubtedly enhance the exposure of your brand on a national level. In addition to the exposure, you would have access to a facility that could be used for multiple activation purposes (i.e. concerts, events, etc.). The investment would be at a fraction of the cost compared to what you would gain in justifiable and trackable earned media at the local, regional, and national level.

In addition to talking to you about the naming rights opportunity and activation ideas, I’d share with you why the Myrtle Beach Pelicans are one of the top teams in all of Minor League Baseball (Ranked in the Top 5 MiLB Stadium Experiences and the #1 Marketing & Promotional Franchise) and why Myrtle Beach, with over 17 MM tourists annually, would be the perfect region for you to invest in.

Thanks for your time. I look forward to hearing back from you.

Viva,

 

Got to be honest. I don’t want a Barstool Sports Ballpark. I need it. Probably need it more than anything I’ve ever needed in my life. Price tag is around $350K though. Contrary to popular belief I don’t roll that deep. I’m poor people rich. Not rich people rich. You got to be rich people rich to start naming stadiums after you. I can’t just toss $350K out the window because it’s cool and get nothing in return. So I need people smarter than myself to tell me how I can break even on this or at least only lose like 100K. But I need to make it happen. Because if I know one thing in life right now it’s that only white trash poor people don’t have stadiums named after their companies. That’s just a fact.