Legacy Ad Hoardings

Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Zippy » Wed Oct 10, 2018 6:57 pm

I am aware of at least 2 advertising boards at the ground, that are legacy , i can understand why the club may leave them on file, given removal most probably invokes cost. However political advertising i would suggest should be treated with more rigour, my question is 1. Is David morriss(mortis) ad fully paid up?2 if not is there some other reason it remains ? 3 . If no do the club require some sponsor to remove it, pm me if thats the case - there are hopefully strict rules around political advertising , and i hope this **** does not have a free pass, through default
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby marky No.1 » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:04 pm

Not known you to have strong feelings mate :) , historically it is true that boards remain, even if not currently paid for, until someone else pays money to replace them, obviously this may have changed under our new regime
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Zippy » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:21 pm

marky No.1 wrote:Not known you to have strong feelings mate :) , historically it is true that boards remain, even if not currently paid for, until someone else pays money to replace them, obviously this may have changed under our new regime


Its the one thing i understand about Belin Wallers vantage point, he doesnt have to look at him every time the ball goes for a corner!! And yes i am offering
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby marky No.1 » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:21 pm

Zippy wrote:
marky No.1 wrote:Not known you to have strong feelings mate :) , historically it is true that boards remain, even if not currently paid for, until someone else pays money to replace them, obviously this may have changed under our new regime


Its the one thing i understand about Belin Wallers vantage point, he doesnt have to loik at him every time the balk goes for a corner!!


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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Keith » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:22 pm

Does Zippy have a reason to suspect that the David Morris board isn’t being paid for?
If it isn’t then I’d agree it should be removed as it is not the same as standard sponsorship. That said, I think all sponsorship boards that aren’t paid up should be removed or painted over, otherwise, where’s the incentive to renew next season? Plus, if I chose to use a business that advertise, on the basis that they support the club, I want to know that they still offer that support.
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby mrpotatohead » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:26 pm

Is the mysterious "Turford bros" ad still up, a firm from the Midlands, and if so, who are they?? :lol:
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby BerlinWaller » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:42 pm

Zippy wrote:
marky No.1 wrote:Not known you to have strong feelings mate :) , historically it is true that boards remain, even if not currently paid for, until someone else pays money to replace them, obviously this may have changed under our new regime


Its the one thing i understand about Belin Wallers vantage point, he doesnt have to look at him every time the ball goes for a corner!! And yes i am offering


I heard a rumour it is paid for by the C Prem Tory boys, only a rumour mind. It is a quality of bit of marketing though. The smug grin of a Tory MP slightly elevated above the poor folk who have paid a quid less so they can buy a 3l bottle of Barnstormer from Acre moss stores on the way home.
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Zippy » Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:59 pm

Lol
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Postby Westgate Wanderer » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:23 pm

Zippy wrote:I am aware of at least 2 advertising boards at the ground, that are legacy , i can understand why the club may leave them on file, given removal most probably invokes cost. However political advertising i would suggest should be treated with more rigour, my question is 1. Is David morriss(mortis) ad fully paid up?2 if not is there some other reason it remains ? 3 . If no do the club require some sponsor to remove it, pm me if thats the case - there are hopefully strict rules around political advertising , and i hope this **** does not have a free pass, through default
Blimey poor Geoffrey is hardly in the ground and he's gone all political! :o
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Gone_Shrimping » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:38 pm

Keith wrote:Does Zippy have a reason to suspect that the David Morris board isn’t being paid for?
If it isn’t then I’d agree it should be removed as it is not the same as standard sponsorship. That said, I think all sponsorship boards that aren’t paid up should be removed or painted over, otherwise, where’s the incentive to renew next season? Plus, if I chose to use a business that advertise, on the basis that they support the club, I want to know that they still offer that support.


From memory all the adverts on the wall around DM were taken down in the Summer and replaced by new hoardings so that would suggest payment has been received.
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby MFC-Manc » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:41 pm

I would throw in some money to have it removed and advertise “Neils towels” instead(or red robbo whatever he is called now)
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Sakhalin Shrimp » Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:44 am

Gone_Shrimping wrote:
Keith wrote:Does Zippy have a reason to suspect that the David Morris board isn’t being paid for?
If it isn’t then I’d agree it should be removed as it is not the same as standard sponsorship. That said, I think all sponsorship boards that aren’t paid up should be removed or painted over, otherwise, where’s the incentive to renew next season? Plus, if I chose to use a business that advertise, on the basis that they support the club, I want to know that they still offer that support.


From memory all the adverts on the wall around DM were taken down in the Summer and replaced by new hoardings so that would suggest payment has been received.


There's a couple still up for a company that no longer exists, clearly shown in Keith's screenshot of the Tranmere handball/corner incident on Saturday.
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Gone_Shrimping » Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:55 am

Sakhalin Shrimp wrote:
Gone_Shrimping wrote:
Keith wrote:Does Zippy have a reason to suspect that the David Morris board isn’t being paid for?
If it isn’t then I’d agree it should be removed as it is not the same as standard sponsorship. That said, I think all sponsorship boards that aren’t paid up should be removed or painted over, otherwise, where’s the incentive to renew next season? Plus, if I chose to use a business that advertise, on the basis that they support the club, I want to know that they still offer that support.


From memory all the adverts on the wall around DM were taken down in the Summer and replaced by new hoardings so that would suggest payment has been received.


There's a couple still up for a company that no longer exists, clearly shown in Keith's screenshot of the Tranmere handball/corner incident on Saturday.


That would be at the Heart Radio end. Certainly the Berlin Wall hoardings were stripped away in the Summer.
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Sakhalin Shrimp » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:16 am

Gone_Shrimping wrote:
Sakhalin Shrimp wrote:
Gone_Shrimping wrote:
From memory all the adverts on the wall around DM were taken down in the Summer and replaced by new hoardings so that would suggest payment has been received.


There's a couple still up for a company that no longer exists, clearly shown in Keith's screenshot of the Tranmere handball/corner incident on Saturday.


That would be at the Heart Radio end. Certainly the Berlin Wall hoardings were stripped away in the Summer.


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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby KenH » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:55 am

Keith wrote:Does Zippy have a reason to suspect that the David Morris board isn’t being paid for?
If it isn’t then I’d agree it should be removed as it is not the same as standard sponsorship.


Why is it not the same as standard sponsorship? As long as the legal rules re political advertising are complied with, it's all the same. It would only be a problem if both Morris and the Lancaster Labour MP both had adverts, but one was removed when not paid, but the other wasn't.
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Re: Legacy Ad Hoardings

Postby Keith » Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:18 am

Keith wrote:I think all sponsorship boards that aren’t paid up should be removed or painted over, otherwise, where’s the incentive to renew next season? Plus, if I chose to use a business that advertise, on the basis that they support the club, I want to know that they still offer that support.


You missed the rest of my post out!
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