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Dempsey signs endorsement deal with Oberto
April 10th, 2014 9:53PM

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[SOCCER BUSINESS] The Seattle Sounders' Clint Dempsey has joined jerky maker Oberto, headquartered in nearby Kent, Wash., as an endorsee of its all natural, high-in-protein jerky line.

Dempsey and former all-pro linebacker Brian Urlacher, now a football analyst for Fox Sports 1, are the latest athletes to work with Oberto to bring fans insight into lean protein’s role in helping them to get the most out of their bodies. The two will also be prominently featured in campaigns including point-of-sale and other marketing materials.

“Adding the support of Brian and Clint to our Oberto America’s PROtein movement bolsters the brand’s presence across more sports and brings our message to more consumers,” said Greg Yahn, Oberto Brands' vice president of marketing, in statement.

Since returning to MLS, Dempsey has also signed a deal with EA Sports


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  1. Andrea Hana
    commented on: April 14, 2014 at 12:01 p.m.
    Oh, boy! ;)


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