ESPN announced Monday that it has sold out sponsorship packages for its
seventh annual 'X Games,' to be held in mid-August in Philadelphia.
Last year's six gold sponsors have renewed for 2001: AT&T Corp.'s 1-800
CALL-ATT, Adidas United States, PepsiCo Inc.'s Mountain Dew, Motorola Inc.,
Tricon Global Restaurants' Taco Bell and General Motors Corp.'s Pontiac.
Six of last year's associate sponsors have returned this year: Circuit City
Stores Inc., Pacific Sunwear of California Inc., the U.S. Marines, Wm. Wrigley
Jr. Co.'s Winterfresh, Hot Bites and ESPN The Games.
The four first-time associate sponsors are Hershey Food Corp.'s Hershey's
Chocolate Milk, The Gillette Co.'s Right Guard Xtreme, Universal Pictures and
Sony Corp.'s PlayStation 2.
Much of this year's X Games competition will be hosted at the First Union
Center, which is owned by Comcast Corp., the incumbent cable operator in
X Games sponsors receive ads on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN.com, ESPN Radio and ESPN-The
Magazine, plus signage and hospitality packages at the
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