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As the World Cup arrives this June, global brands will continue to see a return on investment with their commitment to soccer.
From a brand standpoint the NFL wants to remain on the forefront on popular culture in order to ensure that the brand doesn’t get old, or seen as something that your parents followed that may no longer be relevant.
This week some of the largest corporations in America took a stand against racism in the wake of the Charlottesville white supremacist rally and violence with President Trump’s subsequent comments equating extremist participants with anti-hate demonstrators.
When President Trump’s executive order suspending travel to the U.S. from seven Muslim-majority countries was announced on January 27th, news and social media erupted with strong commentary. Among those expressing opinions were several high profile professional athletes and coaches.