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World Surf League Receives Interest From New Partners After Shark Attack

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 04 / 15

The World Surf League has received massive interest from potential new media and commercial partners after the shark attack on Australian Mick Fanning. “Our phones have been ringing non-stop,” said Dave Prodan, VP of Communications for the WSL. While declining to name any of the int...

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