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Watch Brand Omega To Continue Sponsorship Of Team New Zealand For '17 America's Cup

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 22 / 15

Long-term Team New Zealand sponsor Omega on Thursday announced its continued sponsorship of the team in its challenge for the 35th America's Cup in '17. It is the second major sponsor of the team to renew its commitment in as many weeks along with Emirates. As commemoration of Omega's support for Em...

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