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  • Sports Direct publishes a men's magazine
  • Sports Direct publishes a men's magazine
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Sports Direct publishes a men's magazine

Forever Sports, the biggest men's magazine to hit the UK newsstand in ten years, is published in partnership with Sports Direct. As content becomes an increasingly important way for retailers to engage customers, will people pay for this expansive piece of marketing?

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