What’s ours is yours, but please don’t be rude…

So here’s something that’s been bugging us for some time now. We’re talking about photos. The unauthorized use of photos to be exact. Over the course some time now we’ve seen many of our photos popping up on many web pages that haven’t been given permission for the use of those photos. You see, although we are big fans of providing stuff for free to the people to help the sport grow, the same rules just don’t apply in the world of business. In business, true effort is is required to be able achieve something extraordinary.

High-quality photos take a lot of work

Let us take you back in time to the Stockholm Disc Golf Open this summer. That one being the most notable tournament in Europe this season, we wanted our team to be represented as well as possible in the tournament. So we did what a good sponsor does – paid entry fees for our team members, provided bonuses for top placements in both divisions and even paid a couple of plane tickets for our key players.

All in all a pretty costly investment for a Disc Golf company of our size. But you know, we’ve always been big about pushing the game to next level and letting it show in terms of marketing. We believe we provide the best marketing in the business, you know the type that occasionally makes you say “Wow, I didn’t think Disc Golf was big enough for someone to do that”. We believe everything worth doing is worth doing so well, that it sets a new standard in the scene.  READ MORE…

 

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