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SBD/Issue 198/Sponsorships, Advertising & Marketing
WNBA Sponsors Running Activations Around All-Star Game
Published July 12, 2006
AOL: AOL kicks off its sponsorship of the WNBA’s Greatest Moments program that gives fans the opportunity to vote online for the greatest shot, pass, milestone and inspiring performance and, ultimately, the single greatest moment in the league’s ten-year history. The top moment in WNBA history will be revealed during Game Two of the WNBA Finals in September.
RITTENHOUSE: Rittenhouse Trading Cards will release its second edition of WNBA trading cards, and a card sheet of four sample cards will be given to fans at tonight’s game.
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TOYOTA: Toyota is activating around its Toyota Heroes Moving Forward program, which this year honors a woman battling breast cancer who helps military widows. She will receive an all-expense paid trip to N.Y. where she will be honored at tonight’s game and receive a check for $5,000.
SOUTHWEST: Southwest Airlines has its Shoot For Hope program and will fly in a boy stricken with non-Hodgkins lymphoma and his family for the All-Star Game and all of the surrounding events.
ALL-STAR SALUTE: Laurent-Perrier and Kohler are official partners of the first-ever WNBA All-Star Salute luncheon that takes place today at the New York Hilton, with former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright serving as the keynote.