Wembley deal seeks partner

Mistry, Bhavna
May 1997
Marketing Event;May97, p7
Reports that London, England's Wembley Arena is looking for a partner to take up a naming rights sponsorship deal. Coverage of the package; Wembley Arena's working towards arena title sponsorship.


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