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I keep seeing this mentioned in this and the other TM7/SI threads- does anyone have a link?




no link but nothing at all came of it






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Draconian Sanctions
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re: SI attempted to bribe club owner and event promoter ***WITH LINK***


Unstickied again?





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elprez00
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re: SI attempted to bribe club owner and event promoter ***WITH LINK***


Don't understand. This is pretty big news.





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LSUAlum2001
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re: SI attempted to bribe club owner and event promoter ***WITH LINK***


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I keep seeing this mentioned in this and the other TM7/SI threads- does anyone have a link?


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The relationship between Alabama football players and T-Town Menswear store in Tuscaloosa could prove to be an issue for the school, Clay Travis’ points out on his new website Outkick the Coverage. The Facebook page for the men’s clothing store boasts about several autograph signings with Bama players from the football team, some of whom were students at the time while others were not. The store champions itself as “Bama’s #1 clothing store,” and they have several framed jerseys and football pictures of current players on the wall.


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Here’s Trent Richardson, a current running back on the team, signing autographs in the store during the season last year:







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Nussie Bad A
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re: SI attempted to bribe club owner and event promoter ***WITH LINK***


To those wondering, the mentioned magazine revenue models have been a bit off base in this thread...

Canceling subscriptions DIRECTLY hurts SI, refusing to buy at newsstand price DIRECTLY hurts SI...

This is how the revenue works for all magazine publishers (with lowest percentage of revenue being all the way to the right):

Advertising > Newsstand Sales > Subscriptions

I've owned successful subscription sales businesses, and was regularly offered $0.25-2.00 for each year of a subscription I sold rather than having to pay the publisher, they paid me. So, 3 years of US Weekly sold @ $29.95/yr, my cost -$2.00/yr, I'm profiting roughly $128 on a $120 sale (later got my publisher contracts revoked for selling below authorized prices; they insisted I sell at $79.95/yr and a competitor reported me (magazine industry is 100% price-fixed).

Publishers make their advertising money based on total circulation numbers. This includes news stand sales as well as subscriptions.

EVERY news stand sale lost and EVERY subscription lost brings these numbers down and directly impacts their main revenue stream, as well as the minute revenue that sales and subs bring in.






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InLesWeTrust
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I'm nearly 100% confident that somehow, someway, Trooper Taylor is behind this entire thing.





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