Did you hear?... Nike ACG to be the official apparel and footwear partner of the Gorge Games

Nike ACG has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement to be the official apparel and footwear partner of the Gorge Games.
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Nike ACG has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement to be the official apparel and footwear partner of the Gorge Games. Under the agreement, Nike ACG will outfit top Ford Gorge Games competitors, as well as NBC and OLN broadcast talent and event staff. The weeklong sport and lifestyle festival returns to the Columbia River Gorge, July 13-21, 2002, with $200,000 in prize money at stake.

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