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• Firestone Grand Prix St. Petersburg March 12
• Toyota Grand Prix Long Beach April 9
• Honda Indy Grand Prix Alabama April 23
• Phoenix Grand Oriux May 13
• IndyCar Grand Prix May 13
Indy 500 May 28
• Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix 1 June 3
• Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix 2 June 4
• Rainguard Water Sealers 600 June 10
• Kohler Grand Prix Elkhart Lake WI June 25
• Iowa Corn 300 Newton July 9
• Honda Indy Toronto July 16
• Honda Indy 200 Mid-Ohio Lexington July 30
• ABC Supply 500 Long Pond PA Aug. 20
• Bommarito Automotive Group 500 Madison IL Aug. 26
Grand Prix At The Glen NY Sept. 3
• GoPro Grand Prix Sonoma CA Sept. 17

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iSpot Top Ten Spenders Past Week (March 13-19/Lead Spot)

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• Geico ($27.2M) Hail Caesar Salad
• AT&T Wireless* ($19M) Unbelievable
• Verizon ($17.5M) Drop the Metrics
• NCAA* ($16.5M) Opportunity
• Coca-Cola* ($15.5M) Love Story
• Allstate* ($15.4M) Sarah, I Love You
• Progressive ($15M) Get Their Attention
• Capital One* ($14.4M) Clapper
• State Farm ($14M) Following
• Taco Bell ($13.4M) Work Emails
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Top Sports Marketers Of The Year 2015: AT&T Goes The Whole 100 Yards

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By the Staff of NYSportsJournalism.com

January 11, 2016: AT&T got a nice chunk of media value change —  more than $46.7 million  — on Jan. 12, 2015, during the ESPN telecast of the college football National Championship Game won by Ohio State, according to Front Row Analytics.

Not only was the National Championship Game played in AT&T Stadium — home to the NFL's Dallas Cowboys — but it was presented by AT&T, the start of a distinct year for the telecom company. Marketing support included TV spots with four college football (and later NFL) legends: Doug Fluite, Bo Jackson, Joe Montana and Herschel Walker.

AT&T, an official "corporate champion" partner with the NCAA since 2007, then used its presence as a major player during basketball's March Madness to tout its message of having the "strongest 4G LTE signal."

Marketing featured four men who  played in the NBA following stellar roles in past NCAA Tournaments: Shaquille O'Neal, Julius Erving, Clyde Drexler, Christian Laettner. The multi-media campaign was anchored by TV spots from BBDO Worldwide siblings BBDO NY and BBDO Atlanta.

AT&T platforms such as the U-Verse app enabled people to watch live NCAA March Madness games on their TV, computer, tablet  or smartphone. It came with a stand-alone integrated campaign, "Where Will You Be?"

In September, AT&T returned full-force to the 2015 college football season with a continuation of its "Legends" college football campaign, this time starring a group of football icons who competed in a series of physical and mental challenges to determine which one would be strong enough to watch the College Football Playoff with Bo Jackson at his house.

AT&T's overall measured-media marketing budget tops $3 billion, according to Kantar Media, NY, and other marketing and research firms. AT&T spends the second-most on sponsorships in college sports behind Nike, according to a new report from marketing and research from IEG, Chicago.

In July, AT&T completed its acquisition of DirecTV, and now provides service to more than 26 million customers in the U.S.; more than 191 million customers in Latin America, including Mexico and the Caribbean; more than 132 million wireless subscribers and connections in the U.S. and Mexico; and offering 4G LTE mobile coverage to nearly 310 million people in the U.S.

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