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Tommy Bahama's SUP strategy

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With Tommy Bahama a sponsor of the upcoming Santa Monica Paddleboard Race, we spoke with the SVP of Marketing in detail about the brand's strategy for the sport, including category plans, athlete involvement, more.

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