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How much do you have to pay an up-and-coming athlete to endorse a product?

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2011-10-03 14:47:13
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It depends on the sport and it's popularity as well as the type of product you are trying to endorse and the length of time. Someone of this nature will have an agent who will try and negotiate a fee for endorsement. in many circumstance the may even off to sponsor the person for the same value

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