USA: Everlast Develops New Marketing Plans
Everlast Worldwide, manufacturer, marketer and licensor of sporting goods and apparel, announced that the company has retained Impact Sports and Perello & Company, who will work together to develop new business opportunities for Everlast. Under the terms of the agreement, Impact Sports and Perello & Company will advise Everlast in the field of sports marketing and develop new revenue-generating ventures through business partnerships, co-marketing, co-branding and other new endeavors on behalf of Everlast. Such ventures potentially include the development of new sponsorship opportunities, targeted sports licensing activities as well as expanding the Everlast team of endorsers.
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