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NRL Club Melbourne Storm Extends Partnership With Crown Resorts Through '20

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 28 / 15

National Rugby League club Melbourne Storm announced that major partner Crown Resorts extended its partnership for a further five years from '16-20. The new agreement will see Crown Resorts maintain major partner status and retain front of jersey brand positioning on-field. Additionally, a...

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