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Dick Button: the voice of figure skating.
Scott Hamilton: the skater with personality.
Michelle Kwan: the epitome of grace on the ice.
All these skaters have a personal brand that they’re known for. But did any of them control the direction of their brand? No. As this article will explain, skaters are at a huge disadvantage for controlling their own brand due to contract and copyright laws.
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