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VF Corp. Mum On Potential Sale Of Majestic To Under Armour In Wake Of MLB Uniform DealPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 06 / 16
Shortly after MLB yesterday formally announced Under Armour as its uniform provider starting in '20, current rightsholder VF Corp. said that it is in "ongoing, productive talks" with MLB with a collective goal to ensure that its Palmer Township, Pa., facility -- home to the Majestic brand -- ...
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