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Plugged In: Janey Miller, Octagon

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 04 / 24 / 17

Janey Miller is a pioneer, both as a female agent and a marketing agent in the Olympic space. She started representing Olympians in 1996 when she signed her first client, swimmer Amy Van Dyken, who went on to win six gold medals. Miller has represented both men and women in the winter and summer Ol...

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