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Jim Andrews May 18

U.S. Congress Launches another Misguided Attack on Sponsorship

For the second year in a row, U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum (D.-Minn.) has added an amendment to the defense appropriations bill that would prohibit the U.S. armed forces from spending any money to sponsor sports. The entire bill, including the amendment, was approved by the House Appropriations Committee yesterday, as reported in USA Todaymore

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Jim Andrews Mar 12

Bad Faith: Big Brother Pulls the Rug Out from under Venue Sponsorship

Unsettling news came out of Vancouver last week, as the provincial government of British Columbia killed a deal for telecommunications company Telus to obtain naming rights to BC Place Stadium. more

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Jim Andrews Feb 3

Komen Controversy's Lessons For Sponsors

Having enjoyed many years of a productive partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the organization’s corporate partners are no doubt feeling blindsided by this week’s firestorm over SGK’s decision to no longer provide funding to Planned Parenthood. more

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Jim Andrews Jan 23

Paterno’s Legacy And The Big Question For Sports And Sports Marketers

My family and I moved to the suburbs of Pittsburgh when I was nine and Joe Paterno was already many years into becoming a football and Pennsylvania legend. more

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Lesa Ukman Oct 17

What’s the Worst Cause Deal Ever? That’s an Easy One

I was recently asked to name the most damaging cause marketing deal of the past two decades. That dubious honor goes to Sunbeam's alliance with the American Medical Assn. more

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Jim Andrews Sep 26

Black Mark for BlackBerry: What RIM Did Wrong In Venezuela Sponsorship Snafu

I never suspected the trove of classified government communications trickling out through WikiLeaks would contain a sponsorship story, but a recently released February 2010 cable from the U.S. embassy in Caracas, Venezuela tells a tale with valuable lessons for sponsors. more

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Lesa Ukman Sep 9

Pepsi Refresh Still Plagued by Bad Practices

My IEG Consulting Group colleagues and I have been pleased to help hundreds of nonprofits— from UNICEF and World Wildlife Fund to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the American Heart Assn.—generate millions of dollars in nontraditional revenue. We also have teamed with some of the world’s leading brands to value, measure and maximize their ROI on nonprofit partnerships. more

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Lesa Ukman Jul 19

Why Leagues Should Not Regulate Team Sponsorships

English Premier League club Manchester City recently signed a 10-year deal—which includes title of the team’s stadium and shirt sponsorship—with Etihad, Abu Dhabi’s national airline, for the princely sum of £300 million ($482 million), according to media reports.  more

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Jim Andrews Jun 14

AT&T Crosses a Line in Asking Nonprofits to Lobby for Merger

Politico reported last Friday on AT&T’s efforts to build support in Washington for its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile by leveraging the tens of millions of dollars it gives nonprofits.  more

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