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Nationwide Assessing NASCAR Sponsorship With Earnhardt's Retirement Looming

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 27 / 17

Nationwide, which serves as the primary sponsor of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series car, will "take the time" to assess its sponsorship following the driver's retirement, but a decision "can't take all that long as marketing plans need to be made," according to Bob Pockrass of E...

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