MMA Signatures Has an Eye For the Future
Jessica Eye signs exclusive deal with MMA Signatures
When the UFC partnered with Reebok less than one month ago, fight sponsors everywhere began to panic.
“How would our brand be seen?” “What happens to our contract commitments?”
These are some of the questions that could be heard around the water cooler.
Then there was A.J. Hiller of MMA Signatures (mmasignaturesusa.com) who says he sponsored more than 40 UFC fighters in 2014 alone. When MyMMANews.com asked Hiller how this new deal would impact his business, he already had the answer.
Hiller thought outside the box. Instead of sponsorships of fighters per fight he is signing to partnerships for an extended period of time. His first signing……Jessica “Evil” Eye.
An announcement from MMA Signatures today read:
“MMA Signatures LLC., is honored and proud to announce our partnership with Octos Management Group and signing Jessica ‘Evil’ Eye to our MMA Signatures Team for 2015. Jessica is a UFC top 5 ranked women’s bantamweight with a record of 11-2. MMA Signatures LLC. has always focused on sponsoring fighters on a fight to fight basis. We are changing our approach for 2015. We are going to sign a team of about 8-10 fighters who we will work much more closely with. With the partnership includes social media, public appearances, and so much more. We are confident that this will assist in bringing MMA Signatures to and even higher level, and most importantly, assist the fighter financially. Thank you to Jessica and everyone who has made this possible and thank you to our customers for making us the best and world’s largest MMA Memorabilia Company in the world.”
Eye then posted to her Facebook fanpage “Team Eye is proud to announce our newest sponsor/partner, MMA Signatures!! We are very excited and looking forward to working with this A1 company! Go check them out , as they have a assortment of autographed pics, shirts, shorts of your favorite MMA fighter, including yours truly.”
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