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Tai Zen

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Here is a marketing/publicity opportunity for the NXT community.  Please let me know your thoughts.

1.  There are 5 Malyasian MMA champs from the 2013 season of Malaysian Invasion who will be competing in Las Vegas, Nevada in the U.S. this July 4th weekend.

http://english.astroawani.com/news/show/mma-malaysia-top-team-invades-las-vegas-38474

http://www.malaysianinvasion.com/

2.  The 5 fighters will be representing Malaysia at the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) in las vegas this weekend and be referred to as Malaysia Top Team:

http://www.immaf.org/worldchampionships/

3.  I have a client/friend named Eric Gerber, who was the fighter's Jiu Jitsu & Muay Thai coach when he lived in Malaysia.  Eric currently resides in Texas.

4.  If the NXT community can help sponsor his round trip ticket to Las Vegas to help coach his former fighters.  The entire Malaysian Top Team and their coach Eric Gerber will be willing:

--- to get on video and thank the nxt community for helping to sponsor them for the IMMAF.
--- they are willing to wear our nxt t-shirts at the fight to bring attention to nxt.
--- whatever else the nxt community deems is necessary to help promote nxt as long as it fits within their team's "professionalism" guidelines.

5.  The cost of the round trip ticket will be approximately $1,500 USD since it is a last minute booking.  Any unused funds can be returned if necessary.

6.  If you are in the las vegas area and can assist these fighters in any way, please let me know.  Eric Gerber has already secured them a complimentary training facility at Wanderlei Silva's gym in las vegas.

7.  Please let me know your thoughts, or questions, and if you are available to donate to this sponsorship opportunity.

Enjoy!
Tai Zen
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I think that Fantastic can we get them to say TXTCoinsNow as well
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Tai Zen

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The donations for this publicity is no longer needed.

The fighters were eliminated early in the tournament before we even finished the fundraising.

I personally funded the airline ticket for their coach, eric, to go to Las vegas myself.

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Do you think athlete sponsorship is a good route? What about sponsoring community athletes around the world in whatever event they participate in? Seems very "grassroot" to me and would be better long term than sponsoring a top tier athlete. That might open the floodgates to undereducated and  uninterested people joining the community, which is not needed right now. We need quality members and they could, as my mind sees it, be cultivated at amateur athletic events. People who participate in these are obviously active people seeking to improve themselves in some fashion; a perfect target, and I don't mean that in a predatory sense, ha. They'll be a higher quality person than your average Joe on the public bus. More likely to listen and consider NXT as a viable financial instrument.

Something to think about
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http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/digital-currency-enters-professional-sport/4/7/2014

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Jon Fitch, is officially the first professional athlete to have been sponsored by, and paid in, digital currency.  Nautiluscoin will be visible as one of his sponsors on July 5th.  Fitch, a professional MMA fighter in the welterweight division, is due to take on Dennis Hall, at WSOF 11.  Maybe someday Jaden Newman  will get sponsored in  Digi-Dollars,
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Do you think athlete sponsorship is a good route? What about sponsoring community athletes around the world in whatever event they participate in? Seems very "grassroot" to me and would be better long term than sponsoring a top tier athlete. That might open the floodgates to undereducated and  uninterested people joining the community, which is not needed right now. We need quality members and they could, as my mind sees it, be cultivated at amateur athletic events. People who participate in these are obviously active people seeking to improve themselves in some fashion; a perfect target, and I don't mean that in a predatory sense, ha. They'll be a higher quality person than your average Joe on the public bus. More likely to listen and consider NXT as a viable financial instrument.

Something to think about
Hi all,
Tai Zen I personnaly think you are doing a very good job here.
Don't you think its a better idea to sponsorship farmers's communities who want a new economic system ?  something like NXTvillage
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