Author Topic: Budweiser Beer anyone?  (Read 135 times)

titactoh

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Budweiser Beer anyone?
« on: 23 November, 2022, 20:07:03 pm »
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  • Budweiser the beer sponsor for the QATAR22 which had spent US$65Mil was banned from the 8 staging stadiums.

    Budweiser has decided to present the the whole consignment of beer to the winning country's fans. ;D
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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #1 on: 23 November, 2022, 20:39:53 pm »
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  • American STIRRING SHIAT in Muslim Country... you say leh? Deserve some spanking in the butt or not?
    Banning is very, 客氣 liao lah!
    Carlberg or Heineken should have gone in to promote their ZERO ALCOHOL malt drink.

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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #2 on: 23 November, 2022, 21:46:11 pm »
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  • It was a breach of contract as it was part of the sponsorship terms and conditions.

    Whatever AB INbev ought to know its a country/religion risk and they shipped in from UK with eyes wide open.
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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #3 on: 23 November, 2022, 22:45:35 pm »
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  • American STIRRING SHIAT in Muslim Country... you say leh? Deserve some spanking in the butt or not?
    Banning is very, 客氣 liao lah!
    Carlberg or Heineken should have gone in to promote their ZERO ALCOHOL malt drink.

    Take sponsorship money not offensive but serve beer is offensive? They shouldn't have accepted the sponsorship in the first place. 

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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #4 on: 23 November, 2022, 23:23:03 pm »
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  • hmmmm... errrrr...
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    nobody stops them selling their brand to international audience thru global broadcast.
    it's just that ALCOHOL selling is prohibited. what wrong here?

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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #5 on: 23 November, 2022, 23:36:52 pm »
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  • hmmmm... errrrr...
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    nobody stops them selling their brand to international audience thru global broadcast.
    it's just that ALCOHOL selling is prohibited. what wrong here?

    If the condition of not being able to serve beers at the matches was made prior to signing the contract, fine...the sponsor will be able to evaluate whether to sponsor or not.

    If there is nothing said in the contract and you want to ban beer drinking at the matches a few days prior to the opening of the World Cup...based on religious reason...how can this be?   Based on religious reasons, you shouldn't even invite a beer brewer to sponsor the event in the first place.  He makes his money selling beers....if that is not acceptable, you shouldn't make use of money made from selling beers.

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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #6 on: 24 November, 2022, 00:03:04 am »
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  • who signed the contract with the sponsors?
    Qatar Government? Or, FIFA the organizer?
    if i'm not mistaken, like Olympics, sponsorship is often signed and accepted by the organizer right?
    so... shouldn't FIFA be the compensating party for delivering wrong message?

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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #7 on: 24 November, 2022, 00:10:23 am »
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  • ... ... ...If there is nothing said in the contract and you want to ban beer drinking at the matches a few days prior to the opening of the World Cup...based on religious reason...how can this be?... ... ...
    until the content of the contract is shown to the world, the only finger we can point is to FIFA, who signed and accept the sponsorship, but couldn't deliver because as an International Sports Event Organization, they should jolly well versed in local laws and regulations regarding sales of the event advertisers related products. not just beer, tobacco, and even condoms.

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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #8 on: 24 November, 2022, 01:11:36 am »
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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #9 on: 24 November, 2022, 08:13:33 am »
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  • In the old days the biggest sponsers of events in Sg for ART or any others were monopolised by cigarette companies like CAT & Philip Morris & BAT.


    For health reasons they have been gradually curbed and eventually banned.
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    Re: Budweiser Beer anyone?
    « Reply #10 on: 24 November, 2022, 08:14:27 am »
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  • who signed the contract with the sponsors?
    Qatar Government? Or, FIFA the organizer?
    if i'm not mistaken, like Olympics, sponsorship is often signed and accepted by the organizer right?
    so... shouldn't FIFA be the compensating party for delivering wrong message?

    It has to be FIFA, the organising entity.
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