A Sports Marketer With A Mean CurveBy
After Sprint Corp. paid $20 million in sponsorship fees for the 1994 World Cup, Mike Goff needed help. As director of corporate sponsorships, Goff wanted Sprint to get its money's worth. So for a flat fee, he hired a sports-marketing firm, Clarion Performance Properties in Greenwich, Conn., to come up with ideas.
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