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USA Cycling Agrees To Multiyear Sponsorship Deal With Exergy01 / 05 / 12
USA Cycling has signed a multiyear partnership with Exergy that will see the renewable energy company’s logo appear on all national team and national championship jerseys worn by pro and amateur U.S. bicycle racers. Exergy also will receive signage and activation space at all 17 USA Cycli...
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Two weeks after inking a $50M, multiyear TV-rights deal with Swedish company Modern Times Group to show its games live in Scandinavia, the NHL has finalized 10 smaller deals in Europe and Africa that allow distributors to show live games. The league finalized the deals with its European ri ...
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N.Y. Road Runners CEO Mary Wittenberg met with a small group of press at the 21 Club in Manhattan to discuss Sunday’s ING N.Y. Marathon as well as the group’s new branding and logo. The logo, which was introduced today, is the fifth logo in the club’s 52-year history and replace ...
The NHL has finalized its first television distribution deal in Europe, inking a multiyear deal with Stockholm-based Modern Times Group that includes rights in Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway. The agreement gives MTG the rights to broadcast all 1,230 regular-season games as well as the Stanley C ...