Can confirm, this is exactly how it typically works. For adidas jerseys there were (IIRC) 3 tiers: on court (what players wear on court, not for sale), authentic (something like $150 at retail, basically the same as on court), and swingman ($50 75 at retail, less premium materials and fit). I personally think the authentic ones are worth it, much better fit and materials.I can speak for what Nike is making but it actually smart from a cost perspective if they making the authentic ones with less material because they can just make sell one jersey instead of having a premium model and then a takedown model.
Thats like what I said before about the management on this team. CB they could of drafted this year with more extra picks if they traded down more, QB they could of drafted this year. O line they could of signed free agents, because theirs no way they thought the group they had was going to be any good.
Even I was not always immune to it, despite a university education. The organization or program I was working for would routinely lose funding, pilot projects would be cancelled and occasionally organizations would be quietly shut down due to mismanagement. I was starting to feel the unspoken adage in the Aboriginal community: can change the system, the system changes you! was during one of these stints of unemployment in 2006, while I was surfing the Internet, looking for a new job, that I came across something different.
VOORHEESThe Vikings, led by superstar senior Chris Romero, enjoyed another stellar season in which they won two titles and placed no worse than third in two other championship races. Voorhees packed five runners into the top 15 and won its fifth straight H/W/S title with Romero taking individual honors in 16:15. At the Skyland meet Voorhees placed third while Romero was second in 15:43, four seconds behind North Hunterdon Ray Sellaro..
It is an example of something tangible and highlights what focused communication with funders can do in terms building relationships, networking, and the education piece I mentioned. That acknowledgement by the fund has helped us build ongoing relationships with many of the people and groups that attended the gathering and has helped activate people in these communities to look for opportunities to work with and in Native communities. It also showed funders that NAP can be a partner in terms of guiding and supporting foundation staff doing important work in Native communities.
Many commentators appeared to favor an international treaty to establish the rights of “drowning nations” citizens to emigrate to other countries. But Jane McAdam, a law professor at the University of New South Wales, dismissed the idea. “There is little international political appetite for a new treaty,” said McAdam, who added that “focusing on a treaty may distract from other solutions.”.