Archive for June, 2011

Birmigham and Solihull Rugby [Sponsorship Opportunity]

June 17th, 2011

This offer may be of interest to you and your company.

For this seasons Main Club Sponsor, we are doing a prize draw. We are looking for companies to give £500 to enter the draw for a prize worth around 15-20k. The prize draw will take place as soon as we have enough companies taking part. Every company has the same chance as each other.

For the company that wins the draw, they receive:

– Company logo on the front of the Home and Away Shirt
– 5 Advertising Boards including one where the directors sit
– 4 Seats available in pre-match hospitality at every home game
– 4 Season Tickets
– Tannoy Announcements at every home game
– Company Logo on front of match day programme and on ‘Sponsors and Partners page of the programme.
– Full page advert on the opening page of the match day programme
– Shared advertising campaigns
– A PR opportunity to confirm the deal
– Company’s advertising board in the team photo for 2011/2012 season
– Table of 4 available at the club’s End of Season Dinner

If we get enough people, we may do other draws on the day e.g. sponsorship on the arm of the shirt and some player sponsors.

For the companies that are unsuccessful, they will recieve an advertising board for around the ground and a season ticket.

For more information, please contact Ben Seifas on 07894 783129 or ben.seifas@beesrugby.com

Choosing a CMS

June 16th, 2011

For the last few years everytime I’ve decided to look at implementing a CMS I’ve got stuck.  It’s not because there isn’t a good CMS out there – but that I’ve yet to find one that scratches all my itches.

I’m about to setup a new website, which will require multiple end-users to update the site, each with a varying level of experience.  Ideally I’d like to pick a ‘popular’ CMS, so that if they get into difficulty there’s probably someone else that has also got into difficulty with the same problem.  I’d also like to be able to take advantage of extra content-creating plugins that the end users may find useful.

However, I also want the ability to add a few ‘custom touches’ – such as easy to modify CSS, widget-able features (such as a couple of twitter streams that’ll appear only on certain pages).

I also want to run multiple sites which both share the same theme, and user database – but have different content.

If anyone can make a suggestion as to what I should look into, I’d be more than happy with some feedback.