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Oman FA Announces Sponsorships With Coke, Qatar National Bank Group

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 27 / 16

The Oman FA announced that Coca-Cola will sponsor its national team and the Qatar National Bank Group will be the official sponsor of His Majesty's Cup. Coca-Cola will also be a sponsor of a new season of the Copa Coca-Cola youth tournament. The three-year agreement will see the expansion of th...

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