My Favorite Quotes
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 Jeff Chown - “If he didn't have this issue hanging over him, he'd be in much greater demand, even with his prickly reputation. He's always had that prickly reputation and it didn't stop us from signing him for two brands in the past.”
 Jeff Chown - “Right now, he's a local guy. Right now, the marketing interest will be locally based. He needs to sustain a longer period of success with some team success to become a national figure,”
 Jeff Chown - “It's easier for an individual sport athlete to maintain staying power in the endorsement world.”
 Jeff Chown - “Most of our corporate clients are looking for credible spokespersons. I don't think he'll fall into that category after admitting he's been not telling the truth for 14 years.”
 Jeff Chown - “A sponsor wants the lasting memory of an athlete to be as a winner to the consumer, and that's what Lance has.”
 Jeff Chown - “I think the players realized that (advertiser reluctance). That's one of reasons they agreed to the stiffer policy.”
 Jeff Chown - “I think he's going to have great staying power, because of what he represents to so many different people. He's a cancer survivor, a champion and to a lot of people he's very patriotic because he's representing America overseas.”
 Jeff Chown - “Right now there's a risk in signing any baseball player, whether or not there's been a rumor about him or not. There's a dark cloud over the entire sport.”
 Jeff Chown - “The most effective way for an athlete to get his name out there is to be unique. In order to be unique, you have to be different or be special on the field or off. What he's done in three games is unique, but it's not a monumental achievement that will differentiate him in the marketing world.”