Nike Paid Howard Slusher $1.5M Jordan Brand Capitalizing On Jeter's Farewell New Jordan Brand Ad Celebrates Jeter's Career Adidas Wins World Cup Brand Battle Yonex Looks To Sign Tennis Player Nick Kyrgios Oklahoma Unveils Alternate Football Uniforms Robredo, Venus Among Wimbledon's Best Dressed Nike Sees Q4 Profit Rise 5% Based On Soccer Nike Unveils Mike Trout Signature Cleat Brands Active Around World Cup Despite Protests
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Published October 1, 1997
AD AGE lists the 200 U.S leaders in ad spending, with Nike at #51, with $356.4M in '96 U.S. ad spending, and Reebok at #96, spending $170M (AD AGE, 9/29 issue).... According to the AP, a "last-minute deal was being hammered out" in the $12M "Jerry Maguire" lawsuit filed by Reebok against Sony. Attorneys announced "nearly all issues had been resolved" in the dispute (AP/BOSTON GLOBE, 10/1). NOTES: CA-based Qualcomm signed Tony Gwynn as a spokesperson. He will appear at industry trade shows and be a corporate ad spokesperon (Qualcomm)....ANC Sports Enterprises, LLC has signed a multi-year agreement with the ABL to serve as the exclusive provider of courtside signage for the '97-98 season. ANC will provide 40-feet of its Space & Time signage modules for all regular season and post-season games involving the nine ABL teams (ANC Sports).