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Capital One Formally Announcing Title Sponsorship Of Orange Bowl

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 22 / 14

Capital One today is formally announcing it will serve as the title sponsor of the Orange Bowl as part of a multiyear deal. The Capital One Orange Bowl will be held on Dec. 31 this year. It is scheduled to hold one of the two College Football Playoff Semifinal games as part of the ’15 and &rs...

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