Daiwa Australian Open- The Media Opportunities Are Huge

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Daiwa Australian Open- The Media Opportunities Are Huge

Post by Simon Goldsmith » Mon Dec 20, 2010 1:45 pm

BREAMers,

The 2011 Daiwa BREAM Australian Open is going to be our most heavily promoted event ever. The event will once again feature the full colour double page spread in the Fishing Monthly magazines that'll include all the team logos, and of course the results pics and story on http://www.bream.com.au. In addition to these the weigh-in will be live streamed online each afternoon, and for the first time ever fishing media industry representatives will be on-board with anglers each day of competition.

Modern Fishing, Fishing World, and The Sydney Telegraph will all have journos on the ground, or more to the point on the water over the three days of competition. So if you're a tournament angler there's never been a better event to fish and have yourself, your sponsors and tournament fishing promoted. Media reps will be rotated through the field over the three days of competition, so if you're fishing there's a good chance you'll have a scribe with you for company for at least one day.

The media focus will be huge at the open so make sure you don't miss out. For boats without a media representative, there will be observers to keep you company. So if you're not fishing the event and you're keen to get out on the water make sure you get in touch with ABT and put your name on the observers' list. Daiwa will provide you with a complementary promo back for taking part and ABT will make sure you get out on the water and have a good time.

So there you have it breamers, the 2011 open will be promotion, promotion, promotion, so make sure you don't miss out and are a part of BREAM fishing history.
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Re: Daiwa Australian Open- The Media Opportunities Are Huge

Post by The Iceman » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:52 am

When do we find out if we are going to be observers?
I rang and left a message and mob no the morning after the post went up on BREAM
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Re: Daiwa Australian Open- The Media Opportunities Are Huge

Post by Steve Morgan » Tue Jan 04, 2011 10:56 am

Andrew,

ABT Office is back open today and messages are being returned.

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Re: Daiwa Australian Open- The Media Opportunities Are Huge

Post by The Iceman » Tue Jan 04, 2011 12:32 pm

Thanks Steve
Im hoping to get the chance to be an observer
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Post by Steve Morgan » Tue Jan 04, 2011 2:10 pm

FYI, ATM there are still plenty of observer spots.

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Re: Daiwa Australian Open- The Media Opportunities Are Huge

Post by flairj » Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:53 pm

FYI too............

Being an observer is great. I had the pleasure of being Steve's observer last year and now I'll be fishing the Aus open alongside Steve. And let me tell you, all his secrets have been working great on the harbour the last few weeks :lol: :lol: :lol:
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