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Emotional connection when creating an advertisement has become increasingly important. As the public consumption has reached an all-time high, the subconscious has adapted to blocking out many forms of advertising to the point where brand recognition is comparable to breathing for our younger generations. How often do we really remember the advertisements that we see? What captivates us these days? Innovation and emotion are the 2 main factors we recognise in Virgin mobiles Usain Bolt add below.
Though the origin of naming rights may be debated, certainly a watershed moment in their development was the 1972-73 naming rights agreement between Rich Products, a Buffalo food manufacturer, and Erie County which enabled the former to put its name on a new football stadium in Orchard Park, New York, the home of the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills. The agreement called for Rich Foods to pay $1.5 million over 25 years in exchange for signage at the stadium and a commercial association with the franchise.
Brands have been paying athletes to promote their products since Babe Ruth endorsed Red Rock Cola back in the 1930’s. What about our favorite sports teams? They themselves are also brands, and they don’t need to contract celebrities to endorse their brands. These celebrity sports fans are just that, “fans” they aren’t paid to cheer on their favorite team. But what do the teams get out of this 0.001% of extremely influential supporters? Here are some examples of the type of universal exposure some of our favorite NFL teams have received from a few of today's pop culture icons.