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Georgia Tech Picks Adidas As New Athletic Apparel Partner In Six-Year Deal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 22 / 17

The future is bright. We’re excited to announce our new partnership with @adidasUS . #TogetherWeSwarm #teamadidas https://t.co/Ixyhxvl5jl pic.twitter.com/oMoMgxCcZZ — Georgia Tech Sports (@GTAthletics) August 22, 2017 Georgia Tech today announced that Adidas will be ...

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