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fan base

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With the expansive fan bases that both teams carry, they would make a whole heck of a lot more money than the repeated Super Bowl representative Patriots and the overhyped Rams, who barely beat the Saints (26-23) or the Cowboys (30-22).
All three teams have received decent scores from the judges throughout their short stint on the ABC reality competition series, and clearly, have strong enough fan bases which have voted them through as well.
The club - which is already gearing up its commercial operations for the 2018-19 season - is keen to build fan bases in USA, Australia, Denmark, Germany and China.
The fan bases in most other sports have not changed meaningfully.
An amalgamation of several club fan bases across the I-League as well as the Indian Super League (ISL), this is an altogether revolutionary initiative of sorts in Indian football.
The campaign pits the fan bases of the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers against one another for an amazing cause.
Tan also notes that a ripple effect in fan bases took place, which greatly helped in spreading and sharing the video.
These old bands really are using their old fan bases as cash cows.
These situations do tend to get customer service issues attention in major league sports, but CRM is now being adopted by franchises in some of the smaller leagues in an effort to expand their fan bases.
"Bands like Backstreet Boys and *NSync are making a fortune because they have big fan bases in America.
To combat the problem, Johnson started HomoCorps on a quarterly basis a year ago to provide a supportive venue for openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered musicians--whether they were solo artists or in bands, whether they played folk, jazz, or rock and roll--to perform, find community, and build their fan bases. Since the event went monthly in September, acts as diverse as Rufus Wainwright and Carol Channing (well, actually that was actor David Ilku in drag as Channing) have taken the stage.