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CenturyLink Reportedly Out As Naming-Rights Partner For Seahawks/Sounders Venue

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 16

Naming rights for the Seattle venue that houses the Seahawks and the Sounders are "coming to market," with CenturyLink's current deal set to expire after the '18 season, according to Terry Lefton in this week's SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL. Sources said that the Seahawks "will handle the sales intern...

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