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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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