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    Re: Rhodes not to seek another term

    Quote Originally Posted by SandManFan View Post
    We should hire a marketing guru as our next club president. That should really help our revenue streams
    Would be nice if he had a firm grasp on the condiment industry
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    Re: Rhodes not to seek another term

    Quote Originally Posted by popo View Post
    https://d3ham790trbkqy.cloudfront.ne...ual-Report.pdf

    Winnipeg report for comparison. I think the only other publically available one.
    Have to do a bit of analysis to make some numbers comparable. Overall they far outperform us in revenue - gates, sponsorship, concession.
    Tough to break out a direct comparison on some elements, as the Bombers' statements don't break things down the same way or in as much depth, but it certainly reads that they have more revenue streams (other events at the stadium, through a stadium management deal), more premium seat/suite revenues and likely more concessions/merchandising revenues as well. Football operations expenses seemed very similar, with the EEFC spending about $200k more. Bombers Administration, Marketing and Game-day expenses were about $650,000 higher on the season compared to the EEFC. Corporate sponsorship in Edmonton was $5.8 million, and in Winnipeg was $5.68 million (17% of $33.4 million), so pretty close to the same.

    Not a stretch to think that the Riders are doing similar, if not better financially - due to new stadium and associated revenues, but also higher merchandising. Calgary likely has their head above water, but with lesser profits than the community owned teams. Past that, Hamilton and Ottawa are likely in decent shape, BC probably struggling but with potential, leaving Montreal and Toronto as the financial hot-spots - where at least Toronto is on reasonably solid ownership footing now.

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    Re: Rhodes not to seek another term

    Quote Originally Posted by Looner View Post
    Would be nice if he had a firm grasp on the condiment industry
    You're giving him the benefit of heinzite
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    Re: Rhodes not to seek another term

    Quote Originally Posted by pizmo View Post
    You're giving him the benefit of heinzite
    not one of your best shots Piz , but I do relish your posts

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