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Marketing Sports Products on Facebook: The Effect of Social Influence

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An Examination of Mixed Martial Arts Spectators’ Motives and their Sports Media Consumption in Poland

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Segmentation by Motivational Factors of Fantasy Football Consumers and Differences Among Segments

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The Relationship between Motivation of Social Viewing Experiences, Satisfaction, and Loyalty in Sports Broadcasting

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Does Sport Event Involvement Influence Brand Recognition of Official Sponsors and Ambush Marketers?

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Consumer profile of Portuguese local food restaurants

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The impact of other customers and gender on consumer complaint behaviour in the Ecuadorian restaurant setting

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The effect of tourists’ perceptions of a tourism product on memorable travel experience: Implications for destination branding

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