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1985 June 25

Oney, John

Letter from John S. Oney to Rob McCowen

Concerning the All England Club granting a license for tennis shoes in the U.S.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1985 Oct. 3

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Christopher Gorringe

McCormack writes Christopher Gorringe concerning the high points of their recent meeting. He indicates that they are exploring shoe endorsements in the U. S. and Europe. He also notes that Ian Todd, along with Rob McCowen will begin to move the Slazenger thing forward. McCormack explains that everyone thought it was a "good idea" to tie in the video tapes of the documentary film to the tent packages a... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1984 Nov. 8

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Christopher Gorringe

McCormack informs Christopher Gorringe that they are close to getting Nippon Rubber to accept their strong recommendation that they launch a range of high quality casual shoes to accompany the tennis shoe line. He provides Gorringe with his thoughts on royalties and guarantees and emphasizes the importance of getting the Wimbledon name out there beyond the tennis court. McCormack plans to have complet... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1987 Aug. 10

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to John A. H. Curry

Concerning the attached correspondence and documents relating to a Wimbledon infringement relating to athletic shoes. The shoes in question bear the trademark on the box, which reads "Wim bledon" rather than "Wimbledon."

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1990 Dec. 8

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Robert E. McCowen

McCormack would like to pursue trying to replace Time Sports with the Asahi Corporation as the Wimbledon U.S. shoe licensee. Attached is background information about this situation.

Mark H. McCormack Papers