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Ayr's strip launch was done at the POTY night and it was ably modelled by Michael Moffat and Jamie Adams(both wearing long trousers).

What is pictured above is the actual sponsors idea of marketing  or Calvin Ayre to be more precise. It's not ideal I grant you, but until someone comes up with more cash I don't see it changing any time soon.

As far as I'm aware no women or children have been outraged in the promotion of this football top!

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5 minutes ago, paulbrucerick said:

Ayr's strip launch was done at the POTY night and it was ably modelled by Michael Moffat and Jamie Adams(both wearing long trousers).

What is pictured above is the actual sponsors idea of marketing  or Calvin Ayre to be more precise. It's not ideal I grant you, but until someone comes up with more cash I don't see it changing any time soon.

As far as I'm aware no women or children have been outraged in the promotion of this football top!

But that doesn't stop anyone being outraged on their behalf!

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4 hours ago, FifeArab said:

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New United home modelled by Fraser Fyvie.

Decent kit but not the Hibee b*****d wearing it.

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Fyvie has the most beautiful eyes in Scottish football.

It's a more arousing image than the Ayr one.

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9 minutes ago, TheMessiah said:

But that doesn't stop anyone being outraged on their behalf!

This is very true.

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9 minutes ago, invergowrie arab said:

Fyvie has the most beautiful eyes in Scottish football.

It's a more arousing image than the Ayr one.

Outrageous exploitation of Fyvies magnificent lashes!

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I mentioned it at the time but Scottish football has first-class marketing all over the place most notably at Motherwell, but also in my biased opinion at Dunfermline. Using a topless woman (and man to add some kind of faux neutrality, although he's in baggy shorts and shes in a thong.) is very 1970's and markets Ayr as a joke club with no interest in getting young families or women to their games. I personally think its an odd to cut your potential customers in half before you start but that the Ayr way.
Every year is the same, folk moan like yourself about aufc being out dated blah, blah, blah. But it's the sponsor that's doing it for there own promotion. The club do there own thing.


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4 hours ago, Adam101 said:

I mentioned it at the time but Scottish football has first-class marketing all over the place most notably at Motherwell, but also in my biased opinion at Dunfermline. Using a topless woman (and man to add some kind of faux neutrality, although he's in baggy shorts and shes in a thong.) is very 1970's and markets Ayr as a joke club with no interest in getting young families or women to their games. I personally think its an odd to cut your potential customers in half before you start but that the Ayr way.

None whatsoever

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6 hours ago, Adam101 said:

I mentioned it at the time but Scottish football has first-class marketing all over the place most notably at Motherwell, but also in my biased opinion at Dunfermline. Using a topless woman (and man to add some kind of faux neutrality, although he's in baggy shorts and shes in a thong.) is very 1970's and markets Ayr as a joke club with no interest in getting young families or women to their games. I personally think its an odd to cut your potential customers in half before you start but that the Ayr way.

I did notice one Twitter account that was a big fan of it...

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5 hours ago, Panda Pies said:

Every year is the same, folk moan like yourself about aufc being out dated blah, blah, blah. But it's the sponsor that's doing it for there own promotion. The club do there own thing.

 

*their

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9 hours ago, Panda Pies said:

Every year is the same, folk moan like yourself about aufc being out dated blah, blah, blah. But it's the sponsor that's doing it for there own promotion. The club do there own thing.

 

Ayr could tell the sponsor that they don't want their club associated with such an outdated stunt and the sponsor would have to agree ay Ayr United own their image rights to the strip and the badge.

6 hours ago, itzdrk said:

None whatsoever

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Glad to see that, however it's illegal to prevent a woman breastfeeding and its hardly consistent marketing - which at the end of the day is what it's all about. 

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its hardly consistent marketing


Seems a pretty consistent 'Ayr supports tits oot' marketing message to me.

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31 minutes ago, Jamie_M said:

Seems a pretty consistent 'Ayr supports tits oot' marketing message to me.

Wtf Im an Ayr United supporter now!

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33 minutes ago, Jamie_M said:

 


Seems a pretty consistent 'Ayr supports tits oot' marketing message to me.

 

There’s an awful lot of tits who follow us as well.

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18 hours ago, Highland Capital said:

Just me who thinks the painted women shirt is really dated?  Seems to the yer da types who're the only ones who like it.

Ayr will actually be playing in painted on kits next season.

It'll be both chilly and haunting.

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Preview of what I'm assuming our new home kit is up on Facebook and Twitter the now. Pleasing that it's amber, and it'll probably have a collar. Will reserve judgement until I see the full thing but it's looking promising.

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6 hours ago, Adam101 said:

Ayr could tell the sponsor that they don't want their club associated with such an outdated stunt and the sponsor would have to agree ay Ayr United own their image rights to the strip and the badge.

Glad to see that, however it's illegal to prevent a woman breastfeeding and its hardly consistent marketing - which at the end of the day is what it's all about. 

Aye, cause Ayr really hold all the cards in their relationship with Billionaire Calvin Ayre

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21 hours ago, Skyline Drifter said:

The lighting in that photo doesn't do it justice. 

Then why use it? 

Sounds like pretty shoddy marketing. 

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1 minute ago, Grant228 said:

Then why use it? 

Sounds like pretty shoddy marketing. 

Eh? The club didn't use it. I took the photo on the kit launch night and posted it on here. Die Hard Doonhamer then reposted the photo in this thread. It hasn't been used for any marketing.

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