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Housing Company Westminster Looking To Sign Football Title Sponsorship

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 03 / 15

Housing company Westminster "is looking to sign football sponsorship deals," according to Nils Lehnebach of SPONSORs. Westminster Managing Dir Marian Ziburske: "The next building block in our marketing strategy is clearly defined. We want to get on the jersey of an ambitious 2nd Bundesliga team." He...

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