Hello comrades, in Aavegotchi Web3 I am known as Hustli , owner of Spacious Realm 8144 in District 2, fellow player for already longer than 2 years, also known as Network_Hustler, never ever didn’t doxxed yet but in real life, I am someone different and soon you might get to know.
WHO I AM:
As a 28-year-old adventurer, I have a rich background in exploration, which includes walking on foot across the entirety of Poland – a feat that took 103 days and earned me a spot on national television. I have also undertaken a bicycle journey from Poland to Venice, Italy, traversing Slovakia, Hungary, and Croatia within 33 days, in addition to a leisurely ride from Poland to Amsterdam. I have a growing fanbase in Poland across Facebook and Instagram who eagerly anticipate my content. This time, I’m embarking on an adventure in Spain with three beginner friends. Our plan is to encircle the entire country, including Portugal, solely using bicycles while camping in the wild.
The intention is not just to complete an adventurous journey but also to create an engaging narrative that brings together diverse communities, with Aavegotchi at the heart of the story. Despite Aavegotchi’s main characters being ghosts, this adventure is about celebrating life and living it to the fullest, and I believe this resonates well with the ethos of the Aavegotchi community.
In terms of content, I plan to record daily video content of the journey and transition to a global platform by producing content in English, primarily for Twitter. This not only caters to my existing fanbase but also opens up potential for a viral surge in followers and visibility, thanks to a strategy I’ve devised that involves rewarding different communities and random people with POAPs. This will serve to extend our reach, bring in eyes from various different communities, and potentially draw them into the Aavegotchi ecosystem.
The team comprises four members, and our equipment, purchased with private funds, is worth around $10,000. However, we seek sponsorship only for food and transport expenses. The food expenses are estimated to be around $30 per person daily, and transport back and forth (for both the team and the bicycles) is estimated at $200 per person. The total estimate for the journey expenses is approximately $5000, i.e., $1250 per person, further broken down into $1050 for food and $200 for transport, with the expenses calculated for a 35-day trip. Any additional expenses incurred will be covered by us.
We are not seeking to profit from this sponsorship but merely to cover our journey’s essential costs. If the team’s size decreases before the start of the journey, the costs will be adjusted accordingly. Also, in the event of unforeseen circumstances, if the journey is cut short, we commit to returning the unspent funds. Alternatively, we are open to being paid only after the journey, although a deal would need to be signed for marketing purposes.
In return for the sponsorship, we commit to promoting the Aavegotchi brand and community in various ways. This includes:
- Leaving Aavegotchi-branded stickers throughout Spain and Portugal.
- Incorporating Aavegotchi content into our adventure videos.
- Wearing Aavegotchi-branded merchandise during our journey.
- Creating dedicated promotional videos for Aavegotchi.
- Displaying the Aavegotchi logo on all our official adventure videos.
- Engaging the community to redeem daily Aavegotchi + adventures squad collab POAPs.
We respect the democratic decision-making process of the community. Therefore, I have also different ideas and propose two alternatives:
A) Rethink the partnership model by possibly reconsidering the payment structure or brainstorming other reward systems for promoting Aavegotchi under the official partnership deal. This option would still have the adventure promoted under official auspices but might involve a different payment or reward structure.
B) If the sponsorship isn’t feasible and marketing can’t be conducted officially, I will create themed “Fakegotchi” art around the adventure and sell 1000 (or more, or fewer) low-cost high-quality pieces. This will allow not only supporters from inside but also outside the Aavegotchi community to fund our adventure and simultaneously be introduced to the Aavegotchi ecosystem. In this case, we would appreciate a little support from the Aavegotchi team and community in boosting our content’s visibility and raising awareness for the Fakegotchi/Aavegotchi ecosystem.
Regardless of which alternative is chosen, we believe it will provide a win-win situation for both Aavegotchi and our adventurous team, ensuring Aavegotchi receives the global recognition it deserves, while we get the necessary support for our journey.
This forum topic aims to form and create a brainstorm over sponsorship partnership between Aavegotchi and our adventure team to increase global Aavegotchi awareness, specifically in Spain and Portugal, and on CT Twitter. The idea is to have Aavegotchi as an official sponsor for our cross-country cycling journey. Throughout our journey, we’ll promote the Aavegotchi brand using physical and digital strategies.