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Relevent Sports Tabs HZDG To Create Ads For Int'l Champions CupPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 22 / 17
Relevent Sports has hired creative agency HZDG, DC, to create the ad campaign for the '17 Int'l Champions Cup in the U.S. The campaign will aim to build further awareness of the tournament among the U.S. audience, and will include creative for out-of-home, print and digital advertising, as well as e...
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