Under Armour to Supply University of Maryland

Ryan, Thomas J.
February 2004
SGB;Feb2004, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on a football uniform licensing deal of the University of Maryland with sporting goods company Under Armour, as of February 2004. Background of Kevin Plank, founder and president of Under Armour; Value of the deal; Impact of the partnership on Under Armour; Terms of the deal.


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