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How Clemson has nailed it on social media

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 01 / 16 / 17

Related stories: • Clemson: Create once, publish everywhere • Technology keeps PR staff in the moment • CFP notebook: More Culpepper As the buses carrying Clemson’s national championship football team rolled onto campus last week, a member of the school&rs...

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