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Sherwin-Williams signs sponsor deal with IndyCar, speedway

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 27 / 15

Seeing an opportunity to host clients in locales where the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series doesn’t travel plus the chance to refurbish an iconic facility, Sherwin-Williams earlier this year quietly struck a joint deal with IndyCar and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The two-year pact, which sources s...

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