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NASCAR SHAKES UP SPORTS SPONSORSHIP WITH MONSTER ENERGY DEAL

Jan 4, 2017 12:46:46 PM / by Branden Mongiovi posted in Influencer, influencer marketing, influencers, Local athletes, Local Businesses, social media, social media athletes, Sponsor, sponsored athletes, sponsoring athletes, sponsors, sports, sports brands, Sports Sponsor, sports sponsorship, sports sponsorships, athlete, athlete endorsement, Athlete Endorsements, athlete influencer, athlete marketing, Brand, brand ambassador, brand building, branding, business

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Monster hits the clutch and puts its NASCAR sponsorship in gear Monster hits the clutch and puts its NASCAR Cup Series sponsorship in gear.
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7 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Sports Sponsorship

Dec 28, 2016 3:29:27 PM / by Ishveen Jolly posted in Influencer, influencer marketing, influencers, Local athletes, Local Businesses, social media, social media athletes, Sponsor, sponsored athletes, sponsoring athletes, sponsors, sports, sports brands, Sports Sponsor, sports sponsorship, sports sponsorships, athlete, athlete endorsement, Athlete Endorsements, athlete influencer, athlete marketing, Brand, brand ambassador, brand building, branding, business

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Some see sports sponsorship as just another form of influencer marketing, but we see it as a channel that offers more benefits, more variety, and a more powerful form of marketing.   

Here are our seven reasons why sports sponsorship should be used in a brand marketing strategy.   

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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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