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What's The Hub-Bub? Boston College Launches Campaign To Raise Local Profile

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 16

In an attempt to widen the footprint and visibility of its sports brand, Boston College is launching a marketing campaign titled "Boston’s College -- in America’s best sports town.” The campaign, created in house by the school's athletic department, is geared toward promoting a fan...

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