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SBD Global/July 9, 2014/Marketing and Sponsorship
Russia Will Allow Beer Ads In Effort To Pump Fresh Revenue Into Sports
Published July 9, 2014
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THE MONEY TRAIL: Beer companies could spend an extra 5B rubles ($145M) on TV commercials over the next four years, Vadim Drobiz, head of the center for research into the federal and regional liquor markets, told SBD Global. However, he added, that amount is unlikely to make a big difference. Drobiz said, "You need to keep in mind that 10% of that amount will be spent on production of commercials, and one half of the remainder will be paid to TV networks. And what is left isn't much. This is a purely political steps aimed at showing FIFA and its beer sponsors that everything will be fine with the World Cup in Russia. While the ban has been in place, Russia's national football squad has often chosen to play friendlies abroad so that liquor ads could be placed at the stadium and the football federation could cash in."
Vladimir Kozlov is a writer in Moscow.