The loveable rogues who devalue sporting events

Elliot, Patrick
June 2002
Marketing Week;6/27/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 26, p14
Trade Publication
Criticizes the practice of 'ambush marketing' being done by brands that do not want to pay expensive sports sponsorship. Negative effect on sports events; Examples of ambush marketing.


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