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Sports innovation for athletes

Jun 23, 2017 3:59:58 PM / by Arsène Rasoamanana posted in american football, humon, influencer marketing, innovation, innovation for athletes, innovations for athletes, marketing, marketing opportunities, NBA, NFL, Sponsor, sponsoring athletes, sponsorship, sport technology, sports, sports innovation for athletes, sports marketing, sports sponsorship, sports techie, sports technology, statsports, UFC, vicis, athlete health, athletes on social media, Brand Endorsements, breakthroughs, Endorsement, football, guardlab

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What's cooler than sports innovation for athletes? It enables athletes to play harder for their team, be safer while competing and fans can know more about their favorite athletes.

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NFL Athlete vs. Fashion Blogger - The ROI Game

Oct 11, 2016 12:12:16 PM / by Ishveen Anand posted in 1800 flowers, influencer marketing, mike and mike, NBA, NFL, orbit gum, photoshoots, pr, social media, tryrann manthieu, Uncategorized, athlete marketing, brands, Demarcus Ware, five four club

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Don’t just reach your target audience, encourage them to engage with your brand. Athlete marketing campaigns are extremely successful. Here’s why:

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Sponsors Come Out For A Good Cause

Sep 28, 2016 3:28:46 PM / by Angelique Martinez posted in III & Long Foundation, Muhammad Wilkerson, NFL, NY Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, Santonio Holmes, Uncategorized, athletes, Dee Milliner

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6 NFL Sponsorship Facts

Aug 24, 2016 10:36:21 AM / by Katie Vella posted in NFL, pepsi, sponsored athletes, Sports Sponsor, Uncategorized, Verizon, coca cola, gatorade

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  1. Gatorade has sponsored the NFL since 1983. The partnership is the longest standing in the NFL.Gatorade has evolved throughout the years from a basic glass bottle to its current packaging

2. The NFL made $1.2 billion in sponsorships last season (2014-2015). That’s more than any other pro league in North America. The money came from new deals in 2015 with Hyundai and Dannon, as well as standing partnerships with 30 other brands including Pepsi, Verizon, and McDonalds.                                                                                                                                                                   NFL sponsorship has grown from 946 million in 2011 to 1.2 billion in 2015

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