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Old Nov 16th, 2004, 09:11 PM   #1
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Win Sharapova's Prince

Win Sharapova's Prince

Photo By Susan Mullane By Tennis Week
11/15/2004

You may never win Wimbledon, but you can claim the Wimbledon winner's racquet. Since her stunning victory over two-time defending champion Serena Williams at Wimbledon last summer, Maria Sharapova has been swinging with Sharks. Sharapova will take the court tonight against Williams wielding her Prince Shark racquet and now you can enter to win the same Prince Shark signed by Sharapova.
Prince is partnering with Universal Studios Home Entertainment for the release of the "Wimbledon" movie DVD, due in stores December 28th. Accompanying the DVD's release will be an extensive ad campaign providing consumers and players with information on both the "Wimbledon" DVD and Prince, along with an opportunity to enter sweepstakes to win a Sharapova autographed Prince racquet. Ten racquets will be awarded. To enter, please click this Win A Shark Sweepstakes link.

"This is a natural fit for Prince and great exposure for the brand," said Linda Glassel, vice president of sports marketing and communications at Prince. "Partnering with Universal on this project will enhance consumer s interest in tennis and hopefully entice occasional players to pick up a racquet more frequently."
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