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  • 2007 Indy 500 Top 10 Sponsor Exposure (IBJ)

    (article March 4, 2008 Indiana Business Journal - data from Joyce Julius)
    Will be interesting to compare with upcoming 2008 Indy 500

    1. Motorola $8.1 million
    2. NYSE Group $6.1 million
    3. Target $5.8 million
    4. 7-Eleven $5.7 million
    5. Impact! $5.4 million
    6. Vonage $5 million
    7. Argent Mortgage $4.7 million
    8. Canadian Club $3.6 million
    9. Mobil 1 $2.9 million
    10. Bryant Heating & Cooling $2.6 million

    .............

    Indy trails in sponsor exposure race March 4, 2008
    Posted by aschoettle , trackback
    Recently released data shows NASCAR’s Daytona 500 is still miles ahead of the Indianapolis 500 in terms of value the race delivers to sponsors. But, with the unification of the Indy Racing League and Champ Car, there is much optimism that the 2008 edition will be the most-watched Indianapolis 500 in more than a decade. The open-wheel crown jewel will have to really rev its marketing horsepower to close the gap.

    A study compiled by Joyce Julius and Associates, an independent Ann Arbor, Mich.-based media research firm, concluded that Ryan Newman’s victory in this year’s Daytona 500 helped his sponsor, Alltel, receive in-broadcast exposure valued at $22.5 million, including promotional value for Alltel, Alltel Wireless and Alltel.com. Newman’s victory also earned Dodge and Dodge dealers almost $5 million and Mobil Oil about $3.8 million in exposure.

    By comparison, the primary sponsor of Dario Franchitti’s winning entry at Indianapolis last year-Canadian Club-received in-broadcast exposure of $3.6 million. To be fair, the 2007 Indy 500 was rain shortened, but the gap between Indy and Daytona would not have been closed under the best weather conditions, sports marketers said. There were, however, bigger winners in sponsor exposure at Indianapolis last year, but all were well behind Alltel. Following are the top 10 at the 2007 Indy 500, according to Joyce Julius.

    1. Motorola $8.1 million
    2. NYSE Group $6.1 million
    3. Target $5.8 million
    4. 7-Eleven $5.7 million
    5. Impact! $5.4 million
    6. Vonage $5 million
    7. Argent Mortgage $4.7 million
    8. Canadian Club $3.6 million
    9. Mobil 1 $2.9 million
    10. Bryant Heating & Cooling $2.6 million
    Quando Omni Flunkus Moritati

  • #2
    Compared to what they pay, I'd say their ROI is pretty good.
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    • #3
      All I know is, if the relationship of our TF bandwidth usage correspondence to Indy Car ratings the last five years remains true, based on February's results here every Indy Car race will get a 4.0 and Indy will get a 16 -cap

      That would be a good day for all race fans, eh carl?

      Seriously, we always peak in May, and we've steadily risen every year, (with a Danica bump once or twice ) but this past month has blown away last May's activity.
      "Each day well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well therefore to this one day for it, and it alone, is life"
      ~ Sanskrit poem attributed to Kalidasa, "Salutation to the Dawn"


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      • #4
        The numbers reflect the fact that if a driver is wearing Bill Simpson's Impact! race gear, it's real hard not to notice it.
        "Thank God for the fortune to be here, to be an American."--Alan Kulwicki, 11/15/92

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        • #5
          It also shows that IndyCar and its media sponsors do a pee poor job of covering cars not in the top 2 or 3 at any given point.

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