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Buffalo Wild Wings Agrees To Become NCAA Corporate Partner
Published January 18, 2013
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Meanwhile, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, whose NCAA corporate partner deal was set to expire after the '13 tournament, has extended its deal, according to Patrick Farrell, CMO for Enterprise Holdings. Enterprise, the world's largest rental car company, has been an NCAA partner since '05, and it manages the fleet of Buicks (another NCAA partner) at each tournament for NCAA officials.