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English Soccer Met Texans Cheerleaders

By Cheval John

Houston sports fans had the opportunity to witness one of the most historic rivalries in the English Premier League.

As part of their tour for the International Champions Cup, Manchester United and Manchester City faced off at NRG Stadium, home of the Houston Texans, to a sell out crowd on Thursday night.

Manchester United treated the pre-season match as a regular season game in which they won 2-0.

As a result, they have bragging rights until they face off again in the 2017-18 season.

Apart of the promotion were visits from the Texans’ football players with some of the players from Manchester City.

And the coverage of the Texans Cheerleaders on their respective clubs’ media outlet.

Like this tweet here from united

And this report from Kelly O’Donnell of Manchester City

It really not a surprise to see Texans Cheer get this media coverage from both Manchester United and Manchester City.

There is a strong possibility both clubs saw the reputation of the texans cheerleaders due to coverage of their recent #htcpicnic from major media outlets from around the world.

You are thinking, “They represent a National Football League (NFL) franchise, so whatever they put out will automatically get mention in the news.”

It goes a bit deeper than that.

The texans cheerleaders did not expect to get a lot of media attention from their #htcpicnic.

One of the members from texans cheer mentioned they were showing their fans a glimpse of having a good time at their picnic on their social media channels and were not seeking media attention. #paraphrased.

I totally believe them because the texans cheer are very active on all of their social media channels.

People have seen the texans cheerleaders twitter stream buzzing because each of the members interact with their fans on a daily basis.

In addition, they share a behind the scenes of their events on snapchat.

That is why the texans cheerleaders have earned the attention from major media outlets and the soccer clubs of Manchester United and Manchester City.

The lesson businesses can learn from the Texans Cheerleaders is focus on providing value to your customers and not look for a transaction.

Even if you don’t see immediate returns on your labor, you must have a mindset of serving your audience because over time, the revenue will come to you.

Plus, abundance of business will flow because you will continue to get referrals from people who trust your brand.

Just like the continuous media attention the texans cheer are receiving.

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