A few years ago I secured and registered the name of a defunct vintage sports brand under headings for equipment and fashion. I know the heritage, liked the logo and saw it as the next 'Superdry'! Although the brand would most likely be unknown to anyone under 40 years of age it was once worn by many of the absolute crème de la crème of sporting greats, whilst another clothing product achieved a degree of status as a fashion item during the late 60's. I've made contact with or am friends with a number of people who could promote this project through social media, including a fashion designer/supplier to top end retailers across Europe, including Harrods, a current reality TV star, a one time top 50 entrant in GQ Magazines list of best dressed men and the worlds number one supermodel! I'm fully aware of the number of brands that fail having had tens of thousands put into them and recognise that this is very much a chicken or egg situation. I also recognise that it's not something I'm best placed to progress. I did have a couple of meetings with the UKs biggest sporting goods retailer which went to Director level but they buy brands, they don't create them. I also believe the fashion market to be a better option. Who could run with this?