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April 8, 2022
Sports fans and sports merchandise are like macaroni and cheese – it’s hard to imagine one without the other. For decades the National Basketball Association has shown that it knows how to court its fans, cashing in on their fervent loyalty. Spanning generations and cultural segments, iconic representations of team- and player-themed regalia – sneakers, jerseys, shorts, T-shirts and more – have long been commonplace sights. But, as society and consumerism continue to evolve, the traditional apparel and footwear sector is continuously being joined by new channels.
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Content Editor, License Global
Jane Neal is a Content Editor for License Global. Working remotely in the great state of Wisconsin, Jane specializes in retail and pop-culture trends.
She has worked extensively in the communication field as a managing editor, advertising copywriter, technical writer and journalist. She detoured for several years into academia where she taught journalism, English and humanities at the college level.
A complete Marvel nerd, she enjoys food, films, fishing, friends and family … and alliteration.
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