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Jaguar Looks To 'Deepen' Ties To Tennis By Signing On With Wimbledon

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 27 / 15

Jaguar is looking to forge stronger ties in tennis after striking a deal to be the official car supplier to Wimbledon. The British car maker has a commercial partnership with the All England Lawn Tennis Club, which will see it supply 170 luxury and high-performance vehicles to the London venue throu...

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