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Premiership Rugby Side London Wasps Sign Deal With Under Armour

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 06 / 15

Premiership Rugby side London Wasps has signed an agreement with Under Armour. The multi-year partnership sees Under Armour become the club's official technical-wear partner. Wasps become the first Premiership rugby club to secure a deal with Under Armour. Under Armour is also technical partner to t...

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