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Ravens Offering $200,000 Sponsorship For Chance To Advertise At M&T Bank Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 22 / 17

The Ravens are "looking to help" a local Baltimore company by "offering a one-year $200,000 sponsorship package as part of a partnership" with local festival Light City Baltimore, according to Joshua Gordon of the BALTIMORE BUSINESS JOURNAL. The Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge at Light Ci...

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