Dick's Sporting Goods sponsorhip of Sugar Land park baseball field

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Dick's Sporting Goods sponsorhip of Sugar Land park baseball field

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Post by rp_photo » Sun Apr 22, 2018 8:06 am

Last month I noticed Dick's Sporting Goods logos on the scoreboard and entrance at a city park baseball field north of 90 and near Eldridge.

Would it be worthwhile letting the city know our thoughts on this?
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Re: Dick's Sporting Goods sponsorhip of Sugar Land park baseball field

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Post by spectre » Sun Apr 22, 2018 2:00 pm

I assume the Dick's are paying for it. If so, I think it's not worth complaining to the city when the Dick's aren't doing anything illegal. I think it is worth telling progun parents about their antigun policy and telling all parents that Academy and other places are cheaper. Let the Dick's waste money on advertising with no return.
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Re: Dick's Sporting Goods sponsorhip of Sugar Land park baseball field

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Post by Allons » Sun Apr 22, 2018 2:20 pm

spectre wrote:I assume the Dick's are paying for it. If so, I think it's not worth complaining to the city when the Dick's aren't doing anything illegal. I think it is worth telling progun parents about their antigun policy and telling all parents that Academy and other places are cheaper. Let the Dick's waste money on advertising with no return.
:iagree: Well said
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Re: Dick's Sporting Goods sponsorhip of Sugar Land park baseball field

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Post by Liberty » Sun Apr 22, 2018 3:34 pm

Allons wrote:
spectre wrote:I assume the Dick's are paying for it. If so, I think it's not worth complaining to the city when the Dick's aren't doing anything illegal. I think it is worth telling progun parents about their antigun policy and telling all parents that Academy and other places are cheaper. Let the Dick's waste money on advertising with no return.
:iagree: Well said
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