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Major League Soccer is coming off a season that saw strong attendance and more explosive growth in the Pacific Northwest. Now, as another season gets underway, we’ll explore how the league plans to grow its key business metrics, whether it’s continuing the climb on the attendance front, building its television audience, boosting its sponsor roster, expanding into new markets or raising its profile by attracting more international players.
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