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PepsiCo Replaces Coca-Cola As Redskins Soft Drink Sponsor, Also Gets Salty Snacks

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 25 / 17

PepsiCo has replaced longtime partner Coca-Cola as a Redskins soft drink sponsor. The deal grants Pepsi co-exclusive and wide-ranging non-alcoholic beverage rights for the Redskins and FedEx Field. The agreement also includes extended rights within the salty snacks category, in which the Redskins we...

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The organizing committee for the ‘18 Pyeongchang Games on Wednesday signed its second sponsor, inking a deal with U.S.-based outdoor retailer The North Face. The deal comes one day after Pyeongchang signed its first domestic sponsor, South Korean telecom firm KT Corp. The signing of The North ...

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Yonex Looks To Sign Tennis Player Nick Kyrgios

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Adidas Taking Over Retail Ops For NBA Kings

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Oklahoma Unveils Alternate Football Uniforms

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Texas A&M Files Complaints Against Bills Fans

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Aaron Hernandez Featured In UF Football Calendar

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The '18 Pyeongchang Olympic Organizing Committee yesterday signed South Korea-based telecom company KT Corp. as its "first domestic sponsor." The AP noted this comes after "months of concerns that Pyeongchang had yet to secure a domestic sponsor, nearly three years after being awarded" the Winter Ga ...

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Big World Cup Merch Sales On Fanatics.com

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Sony Drops Miami ATP/WTA Event

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