Bringing New Concept in Pro Golf Sponsorship to the Barracuda Championship and Beyond

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Building on Highly Successful John Deere Classic Sales, Looks Forward to Barracuda Championship and Beyond, a Davenport, IA sports marketing company, today announced highly successful results selling a new kind of sponsorship on the apparel of PGA Tour golf professionals at the 2014 John Deere Classic in Silvis, IL. The company sold single tournament sponsorships on the shirts of their three PGA Tour player partners; Jerry Kelly, Ken Duke and Ted Potter, Jr.

Brian Kardell, President of says “I'm thrilled with our results. We had an outstanding week at the John Deere Classic. We successfully sold sponsorships for Jerry, Ken and Ted and I'm pleased to say we sold out every available position.” player partner Jerry Kelly had a very good tournament as well, finishing in a tie for third place behind winner Brian Harman and runner-up Zach Johnson.

Building on a very successful week at the John Deere Classic, is now focused on continuing sponsorship sales for the Barracuda Championship, formerly the Reno-Tahoe Open, at the Montreux Golf and Country Club in Reno, NV. PGA Tour player partners, Ken Duke and Ted Potter, Jr. are expected to play in the Barracuda Championship and sponsorship positions are still available.

In addition, is selling sponsorships for several other PGA Tour tournaments throughout the remainder of 2014 PGA Tour season:

PGA Championship - Louisville, KY
Jerry Kelly is expected in the field of PGA Championship players. Sponsorship positions are still available.

Wyndham Championship – Greensboro, NC
Jerry Kelly, Ken Duke and Ted Potter are expected in the field of Wyndham Championship players. Sponsorships positions are available for all three players.

FedEx Cup Playoffs
The FedEx Cup playoffs are comprised of four tournaments: The Barclays, the Deutsche Bank Championship, the BMW Championship and the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola. Inclusion in these events is based on the FedEx Cup points that each Tour pro earns throughout the season. All three player partners are expected in the field of The Barclays, and sponsorship positions will be available there. offers shorter-term sponsorships at a significantly lower price point than traditional annual or multi-year sponsorships. Brian Kardell, president of says, “This is a whole new paradigm in apparel sponsorships and it opens the door for small to mid-sized companies to affordably promote their brand by sponsoring one or more PGA Tour pros, at one or more PGA Tour events, for a fraction of the cost of a traditional sponsorship.”

Sponsorships of BIDGP player partners are available for purchase through two sales channels. The Player Series is a direct purchase channel and the Auction Series is an online auction purchase channel, similar to eBay.

The Player Series is aimed at mid-sized and larger companies willing to sponsor a player partner in at least four PGA Tour events. With an investment starting below thirty thousand dollars, inclusive of all four events, the Player Series is ideal for companies looking to affordably brand themselves across a geographic region.

The Auction Series is an online auction where bidders compete to sponsor a player partner for a single PGA Tour event. With bidding starting at twenty-five hundred dollars, the Auction Series is ideal for smaller local and regional companies looking to brand themselves at a single PGA Tour event.

Using both products, sells sponsorships onto seven different shirt positions. Left and right chest, left and right collar, left and right sleeves and the yoke (below the collar on the back center of the shirt).

About is a sports marketing company providing flexible and affordable sponsorship options on the apparel of select and PGA tour golf professionals. sponsorships provide sponsors with new short-term sponsorship opportunities as short as a single tournament. Our PGA Tour Player Partners include PGA Tour professionals Jerry Kelly, Ken Duke and Ted Potter Jr. To learn more about please visit our website,

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