8-time Mexican National champion Paul Kerbel has created a unique campaign to find some great new talent. It’s an open invitation to anyone and everyone to try out for Team Horizon, and those that are chosen as part of the team will be eligible win an even grander prize: a full sponsorship with YoYoFactory.
Team Horizon Rules:
1. Post videos/ photos on your Facebook or Instagram using YoYoFactory Horizon.
2. Tag @paul.kerbel, #YyfTeamHorizon, #yyfhorizon, & #paulkerbel
Seems like a neat way to seek out fresh talent…post and tag your tricks for a shot at sponsorship!
How would a full-sponsorship increase one’s personal-net-worth in this modern yoyo era?
What do you think the average pay is for a factory sponsored player?
Wonder what the average investment is for a Yoyofactory player? In regard to expenses incurred by company promotions…air fare, etc? Return on investment?
Anyone ever contemplate this kind of boreass, other than increasing one’s brand identity Ego?
I wish my yoyonews wasn’t free:(
Ed Dubell says
Not sure what you are getting at with talking about net worth but being part of “a team” and pushing your skills as a yoyo player and performer is what you are essentially after. Your “investment” is in yourself with a branded company sponsoring you as a player in helping you with the chance of getting flowed yoyos for free or at a discount to and to keep your growth in yoyoing going. there probably possibilities of air fare and travel expenses but thats something you can find out when you get that far.
why not ask the yoyofactory players on the team how they feel about being part of their team instead of trying to belittle a company on the internet?