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Published August 7, 2013
OREGON TRAIL: In Portland, Wendy Culverwell reported local non-profit organizations will "net $500,000 or more by selling tickets" to next year's Web.com Tour WinCo Portland Open. WinCo Foods "inked a three-year contract" with Beaverton-based Jeff Sanders Promotions to serve as title sponsor, "ensuring the Portland Open will continue" through at least '16. Nike also has "signed on as a premier sponsor." Sanders in all "expects to sell as many as 35 sponsorships in the $25,000 to $30,000 range" (PORTLAND BUSINESS JOURNAL, 8/2 issue).