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MLS Inks Six-Year Deal With Topps To Be Official Trading Card
Published May 13, 2013
MLS Senior VP/Consumer Products Maribeth Towers said that "discussions with Topps started six months ago." MLS and Topps completed the six-year agreement "without agency involvement." Topps replaces Upper Deck as the league's trading card license (SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL, 5/13 issue).