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Terry Lefton

Staff writer Terry Lefton covers marketing, including sponsorships, licensing and merchandising.

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M&T Bank Signs Six-Year Sponsorship With NFL Jets, Replacing Chase

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 19 / 17

M&T Bank has signed a six-year sponsorship making it the official retail bank of the NFL Jets. Under the deal, M&T, which replaces Chase, will sponsor the Jets’ training camp. Other activation plans include co-branded Jets debit cards and checking accounts and a small business &ld...

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