Download Your Free PR Sportswashing Case Study

Throughout the world, there are individuals, companies, organizations, and even nation-states that utilize sports to launder their public image.
This case study highlights 5 current examples of sportswashing tactics and its effectiveness as a public relations tool.
This ethics-based case study will prepare students to become aware of to the challenges within the PR industry.

Free public relations case study sportswashing

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