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Patches Stand Out In Value

Clutter or good business? It’s a question being bandied around the (virtual) sports business water cooler these days, with recent and upcoming changes to the sports sponsorship landscape. We are about to find out the answer. Click here to read the story at teammarketing.com. Discussion Questions: What is clutter as

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U.S. Open Returns With Fewer Star Players, More Premium Seating

For the first time since 1997, a tennis major championship will not have Serena and Venus Williams, Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal in the main singles draw. Yet the possibility of Novak Djokovic winning the Grand Slam, plus upgraded high-end hospitality packages, have U.S. Open officials optimistic about attendance at

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Nissan Uses College Football Fan Tweets As Creative Inspiration

Back for its 11th season of “Heisman House” college football spots, Nissan found a new source of inspiration for creative: fan-generated tweets. The automaker is launching a campaign with 10 spots, up from the usual six, says Allyson Witherspoon, vice president and U.S. chief marketing officer, Nissan. Click here to

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