A Comparative Analysis of Sponsorship Objectives for U.S. Women's Sport and Traditional Sport Sponsorship
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Lough, N. L.,
Irwin, R. L.
A Comparative Analysis of Sponsorship Objectives for U.S. Women's Sport and Traditional Sport Sponsorship. In Andy Gillentine, R. Brian Crow,
Handbook of Sport Marketing Research
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