Coke to extend deal on games

June 2001
Marketing Event;Jun2001, p6
Reports on the agreement of Coca-Cola brand Sprite and Board-X for the sponsorship of the Sprite Urban Games at Clapham Common in London, England on July 27 to 29, 2001. Activities slated for the event; Plan of Board-X for the event.


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