Blog's worldwide can't stop talking about the upcoming Balboa Open. More importantly players are jockeying for position in the polls hoping to keep their name in the media. "Its not all about game day" veteran Chris Molher, "I am working hard to make my games the most hyped and the most watched of all." Balboa Open teams are fighting for more than epic glory, they are also fighting for market share.
Josh Phisher is widely know as the most marketable man in horseshoes. Loyal sponsors like Vidal Sassoon and Bud Light have been pumping money into the Phish camp for years. Josh has been working hard to keep his sponsors happy, however with no championship in the last 6 years this could be the last year for team Haircare to hold the spot light.
Teams like Blues Brothers also capture large audiences for their games. The select product placement that this team employs keep their sponsors wanting more. It is rumored this year that several large distillery's have pumped even more money into this team in hopes of another championship. "If the blues brothers go into the late rounds our product will be on camera 1 of every ten shoes thrown." Jim Stills Head of Patron Marketing.
Company's like Ipod, and Trojan have represented interests in the Torrey. Ski Club, Jagermeister, Sierra Nevada, Morro Bay Brewing, and many more will be on display during the tenth Balboa Open. The fight for market share is just beginning.
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