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A-League Side Adelaide United Partners With Independent Grocers Of Australia

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 27 / 16

Independent Grocers of Australia signed a three-year exclusive deal to become the premier partner of defending A-League champion Adelaide United. The partnership will see IGA become the club's front of shirt sponsor for the '16-17 season, naming sponsor of IGA Regional Challenge, and IGA Family Park...

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