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Powerboating - 26 Jul 2004
London (UK) 26, July 2004: Clipper Ventures plc, the AIM quoted marine sports company, announces the acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Zapcat Racing Limited, approved by shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting of the Company held today.
Powerboating - 01 Apr 2004
Big On Results has renewed contracts for 2004 as business and sponsorship developers for the Powerboat P1 World Championship, the fast emerging international motorsport. This re-appointment is part of a continuing brand development strategy being implemented by rights owners and promoter, KBL Powerboat Management, which includes a substantial investment in innovative television programming, distribution and marketing.
Powerboating - 21 Aug 2002
The British based Sunseeker XS Racing team, the leading team in European and World endurance racing has announced sponsors for its 2002 programme.
Powerboating - 08 Mar 2002
Sonny Hawkins, owner of the US based FLYING TIGERS SUPERCAT OFFSHORE POWERBOAT TEAM, and UIM representative and Stewart Mison a London based sports and television marketing expert, have gone into business together and formed GLOBAL POWERBOAT MARKETING INC, based in Buffalo New York. In this new venture they have been joined by Dan Wilkins a US based sports media executive, who for sometime has been working on a powerboat race series in the Caribbean.
Powerboating - 11 Jul 2001
Offshore Sport Promotion Limited (OSP), the promoter and worldwide commercial and television rights holder of the U.I.M. Class 1 World Offshore Powerboat Championship, has appointed Pippa Neilson as its marketing manager.
Powerboating - 01 May 2001
The Class 1 World Offshore Championship returns to British waters after a six-year absence following today’s announcement by OSP (Offshore Sport Promotion) that Plymouth will host round 5 of the 2001 World Championship on Sunday, 29 July.
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