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Fred Dreier

Fred Dreier covers hockey, soccer and endurance sports for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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USA Cycling Agrees To Multiyear Sponsorship Deal With Exergy

01 / 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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