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Wimbledon seeks big-event buzz with new ads

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 20 / 16

Wimbledon for the first time is aggressively marketing in the United States this year, featuring its first original slogan and a push to create a Super Bowl-like buzz around celebrating the tournament’s finals weekend. The tournament this week will start releasing a series of vignette ads (...

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