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AC Milan Signs $4.2M Sponsorship Deal With Japanese Tiremaker Toyo Tire & Rubber

04 / 16 / 14

Serie A side AC Milan has agreed to a multi-year sponsorship deal with Japan-based Toyo Tire & Rubber Company in a deal brokered by Infront Sports & Media ( AC Milan ). SOCCEREX reported the tiremaker becomes the second Japanese firm after Fujitsu to sponsor AC Milan "since the arrival of Ja...

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