Jaycar drops sponsorship after Mad monday dramas at the Bulldogs...



  • Jaycar has cut all ties with the Bulldogs after the mad Monday fiasco at the Harbour View Hotel…effective immediately….

    Some NRL players just dont understand how much companies put money into help their club…Dogs have had a history with repeat offences,including the Coffs Harbour affair and salary cap infringements…

    This surely must be the last straw for them to clean up their act…Jaycar was worth an estimated 500,000 per year to them for the last decade…

    The Canterbury Leagues club is struggling also because of a huge development plan…


    Wonder how they will make up the financial loss of Jaycar…


    source news,com…



  • Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Didn’t we lose a sponsor? I’m sure tape was over a sponsors name on the jerseys last round



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Didn’t we lose a sponsor? I’m sure tape was over a sponsors name on the jerseys last round

    Yes.Crownbet which became easy bet(after merging with William Hill).



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Especially given the owner of Jaycar is a big Wests Tigers fan.



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Apparently Hap,the owner of Jaycar wants to float the company on the stock market ….he may want to give sponsorship away altogether…



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Apparently Hap,the owner of Jaycar wants to float the company on the stock market ….he may want to give sponsorship away altogether…

    Maybe Willow or one of the forum members could let me know what "float on the stock market " means…Im not savvy on this subject…



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Apparently Hap,the owner of Jaycar wants to float the company on the stock market ….he may want to give sponsorship away altogether…

    Maybe Willow or one of the forum members could let me know what "float on the stock market " means…Im not savvy on this subject…

    Isn’t there an existing thread? Floating basically means making stock available to the public in a large offer of stock. When businesses are privatised they often get floated. People put in an expression of interest to buy stock and the amount of interest dictates the share price. So the more people who want to buy in the more the share price and the more money raised.

    At least that’s my understanding of it. I’m not an economist though.



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Apparently Hap,the owner of Jaycar wants to float the company on the stock market ….he may want to give sponsorship away altogether…

    Maybe Willow or one of the forum members could let me know what "float on the stock market " means…Im not savvy on this subject…

    Simple definition:

    Public float or free float represents the portion of shares of a corporation that are in the hands of public investors as opposed to locked-in stock held by promoters, company officers, controlling-interest investors, or government.



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Apparently Hap,the owner of Jaycar wants to float the company on the stock market ….he may want to give sponsorship away altogether…

    Maybe Willow or one of the forum members could let me know what "float on the stock market " means…Im not savvy on this subject…

    Simple definition:

    Public float or free float represents the portion of shares of a corporation that are in the hands of public investors as opposed to locked-in stock held by promoters, company officers, controlling-interest investors, or government.

    Cheers for the explanation mate….



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    Apparently Hap,the owner of Jaycar wants to float the company on the stock market ….he may want to give sponsorship away altogether…

    Maybe Willow or one of the forum members could let me know what "float on the stock market " means…Im not savvy on this subject…

    Simple definition:

    Public float or free float represents the portion of shares of a corporation that are in the hands of public investors as opposed to locked-in stock held by promoters, company officers, controlling-interest investors, or government.

    Basically its when an employer starts to really screw over its employees



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    If he comes in i think it will be more than sponsorship.



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    If he comes in i think it will be more than sponsorship.

    What else could it be?



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    Hopefully a few of our allegedly smarter board members have contacted Jaycar already , another sponsor can never hurt

    If he comes in i think it will be more than sponsorship.

    If he intends to float the company, it is highly likely that they will stop sponsoring all together, as this comes straight off the bottom line. This will make the float more attractive to investors.




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