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Promoting Domestic and Club Teams

How do teams promote/advertise/market themselves?

Twitter/Facebook/Hoops.com.au/Local Newspapers- examples welcome?

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I'd say most association style clubs have their own websites. Domestic teams I don't think would do a massive amount of promotion. Perhaps they twitter or facebook?

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In Victoria most Associations running Domestic comp have website for junior domestic teams
VJBL have Association site for rep teams notices(Links to team website)

In my local area we advertise in local paper and send flyers to schools for newcomers (great response from flyers)

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