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Facility Service Company ISS Stays On As Naming-Rights Partner Of Dusseldorf's Arena

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 24 / 16

Facility service company ISS "will continue its naming-rights sponsorship of Dusseldorf's multi-purpose arena," according to SPONSORs. ISS reached a new two-year deal with Dusseldorf Congress Sport & Event. The arena, which is the home of German Hockey League (DEL) club Dusseldorf EG, will conti...

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