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Signage company ANC hires Kerepesi from Pac-12 Networks to run sales

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 27 / 16

Steve Kerepesi, who spent the last five years leading the sponsorship sales team for Pac-12 Networks, has left the conference to join ANC, the Learfield-owned video display and signage company in New York. ANC created a new position for Kerepesi — executive vice president and chief revenue ...

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