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Browns Sign Multiyear Deal With Fifth Third To Become Team's Second Bank Sponsor

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 22 / 17

The Browns have reached a multiyear agreement with Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank to be the team's retail bank, completing a two-bank sponsorship approach it sought after cutting ties with PNC Bank in February. Cleveland-based KeyBank in June signed a long-term partnership to be the Browns' offic...

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