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Sponsorship Revenue Rises 7.6% For Four Major Sports

The NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB will collectively experience a 7.6 percent increase in sponsorship revenue in 2010. Last year, those same leagues saw sponsorship revenue drop by 3.9 percent. Here's the breakdown: NHL: Up 9.4 percent to $327M NBA: Up 8.5 percent to $536M NFL: Up 7.0 percent to $870M MLB: Up 6.7 percent to $548M It's not surprising that the NHL leads the way, as the league has experienced "startup-like growth" since the lockout.
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