Rugby World Cup 2015

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‘Sports sponsorship is becoming too samey’ says Under Armour as it launches rugby campaign

Thomas Hobbs

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Having kicked off its nationwide Earn Your Armour rugby campaign today (September 7th) with a float on the River Thames, Under Armour’s head of marketing for EMEA Christopher Carroll says the brand is trying to align itself with athletes that are underdogs in order to combat the “samey” nature of sports sponsorship.

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What having the Rugby World Cup on home soil means for brands

Alison Millington

With the Rugby World Cup set to kick off in September in host cities across the UK, brands such as O2, Coca-Cola, Heineken, Canon and Toshiba tell Marketing Week how they’re making the most of having the tournament on home soil through local events, city tours, partnerships with retailers and a focus on real-time digital marketing.

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