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Premiership Rugby Side London Wasps' Ricoh Arena Partners With Majestic Commercial

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 04 / 15

Ricoh Arena announced a new multi-year partnership with Majestic Commercial. The agreement means that Premiership Rugby side London Wasps, the owner of the arena, has become the first rugby club to secure such a deal with Majestic Commercial. Majestic Wine is the U.K.'s largest specialist retailer o...

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