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SBD Article Published June 05, 2012
IBM, an NFL sponsor since ‘03, “has opted not to rene... IBM has been “a model business-to-business sponsor du... ” IBM VP/Client Exec Marketing Rick Singer said, “It wa... ...the thought within league circles is that adding IBM’s broad category rights in computer hardware, sof...
SBD Article Published March 30, 2012
...Women's Organizations Chair Martha Burk said that IBM has an "obligation to urge Augusta to extend an i... Burk said Thursday, "The board of directors and [IBM Chair] Sam Palmisano has to tell Augusta National... " IBM is one of three major sponsors of the Masters (N.... Burk said, "IBM is in a bigger bind than the club. IBM is a corporation.
SBD Article Published March 29, 2012
IBM's appointment of Ginni Rometty to CEO means Augus... ...decades ago, yet it has historically invited" the IBM CEO to be a member, according to Jinks & Buteau o... " IBM is one of three Masters sponsors along with Exxon... " IBM is "featured in the tournament’s TV commercials a... ...arious online databases as indicating that former IBM CEOs John Akers, Louis Gerstner Jr. and Palmisano...
SBJ Article Published March 23, 2009
...cking but has since signed sponsorships with RBS, IBM,
SBD Article Published April 05, 2007
... IBM announced that the Honda Racing F1 team will deve... lop and manufacture its ’08 car using IBM software and services (IBM).
Motorola, the primary sponsor of IRL driver Danica Patrick’s Andretti Green Racing (AGR) car, will serve as co-primary sponsor of AGR Chair Michael Andretti’s entry in the Indianapolis 500 along with
SBD Article Published February 05, 2007
DHL, IBM, Honeywell, Talley Defense Systems, SRP, Coca-Col...
An announced crowd of 93,475 attended Sunday’s final round of the PGA Tour’s FBR Open in Scottsdale, Arizona, up from 82,150 for last year’s final round, according to Bill Huffman of the EAST VALLEY T
SBD Article Published January 24, 2007
IBM "IBM Special Look";
The following chart presents the national ads that aired during CBS' broadcast of the Patriots-Colts AFC Championship Game. It does not include regional or local ads. The feed monitored was from Charl
SBD Article Published January 24, 2007
including Nissan, Microsoft, GM, Under Armour and IBM.
NFL Network for its eight-game Thursday-Saturday package of regular-season games "sold ads expecting to be distributed" in 47 million HHs, but "ended up in just 40 million," according to Jon Lafayette
SBD Article Published November 01, 2006
...Coors, Miller, Burger King, Taco Bell, Microsoft, IBM, Radio
NFL Network has an “impressive bevy of big-name advertisers in the fold” for its eight regular-season NFL games, including Vonage, which will sponsor a three-hour pregame show, and Wendy’s, which will
SBD Article Published August 15, 2006
Three companies –- IBM, FedEx and EA Sports have made agreements, and...
NFL VP/Partnership Marketing & Corporate Sales Peter Murray said that the league is asking its 20 corporate partners to purchase “sponsored ‘vignettes’ that would be interspersed with game action duri
SBD Article Published August 14, 2006
its long-running IBM sponsorship.” IBM, an Open sponsor for the past 14 years, ” IBM will be taking clients to the event to highlight...
Heineken has agreed to sponsor the U.S. Open Tennis Championships in a five-year, $20M rights fee and media deal, after “previously deciding to end its backing” of the event, according to Daniel Kapla
SBD Article Published July 18, 2006
...fter marketing jobs with Procter & Gamble, GM and IBM, now assumes responsibilities for the league’s li...
By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large The NFL is integrating its marketing and licensing departments, with marketing taking the upper hand. Senior VP/Marketing LISA BAIRD, who came to the NFL last August a