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These companies, including Northwestern Mutual, sponsor college football's biggest bowl games: Slideshow

bizjournals Wednesday, 4 December 2019
College football has become a gold mine of advertising opportunities for companies looking to expand their brands. And one of those big opportunities is being the title sponsor of postseason college football bowl games. There was a total of 38 postseason bowl games for the 2018-2019 college football season. Those games had an average viewership of 5 million reaching 90 million unique fans on television across several networks that include ABC, CBS, ESPN and Fox Sports, according to the National…
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