Amgen Extends Deal to Sponsor California Cycling Race
3 monthes ago - By SportsTravel
AEG , the owner and operator of the Amgen Tour of California cycling race, announced it is renewing its agreement with Amgen. The deal extends Amgen's naming rights agreement with the eight-day stage race through California and includes other exclusive sponsor benefits.
“We are incredibly proud of the relationship we have built with Amgen over the last 12 years,” said Nick Baker , chief operating officer of AEG global partnerships. “Amgen is a partner who has shared our vision for the race since day one. We've been honored to develop the tour with them into an event that is so much more...
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