Jacoby Ford signs sponsorship & endorsement representation deal

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Pos: WR   Height: 5-9   Weight: 175   Hometown: Royal Palm Beach, FL (Cardinal Newman HS)  
Years Played: 2006 - 2009

POMPANO BEACH, Fl -- This week, corporate sponsorship consulting group Boss Global Media added Oakland Raiders #12, wide receiver Jacoby FordJacoby Ford
Wide Receiver
#6 5-9, 175
Royal Palm Beach, FL

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to its list of sports clients.

BGM believes the star receiver can be the lucrative face for many products and services. "We are excited to work with one of the fastest men on the planet," says BGM VP for Business Development, Hayden Trepeck. "We believe Jacoby is a multi-dimensional, incredibly talented marketing opportunity for the likes of Lacoste, Red Bull, Breitling, Farmers Insurance Group, Axe, Mercedes-Benz, Armani, and other forward looking global brands."

Any brands interested in sponsorship opportunities please contact VP of Business Development Hayden Trepeck direct at: HT@BossGlobalMedia.com

Ford looks forward to working with BGM in forming future relationships with potential corporate sponsors. "I'm really glad to have this opportunity to work with Boss," says the record-setting receiver. "I know they will have a strong supporting cast behind me." Ford will be starting his third season with the NFL franchise this fall.

A Worldwide Leader in Athletic and Entertainment Sponsorship

BGM works to partner athletes and entertainers with corporate sponsors. VP for Business Development Hayden Trepeck says, "Boss Global Media is committed to serving our athletes, corporations, organizations and businesses through sponsorship, media, and entertainment marketing services with the goal of increasing the bottom line for all of our clients."

So far BGM's representation has led to many mutually beneficial partnerships between organizations and businesses. Their goal for 2012 is to bring more sports and entertainment organizations together with corporations for lucrative sponsorship deals. If last year was any measure, 2012 is set to surpass 2011.

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