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Don Muret

Don Muret covers facilities for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Circuit of Americas hires new concessionaire prior to F1 event

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 21 / 14

Three months before the third annual U.S. Grand Prix takes place in Austin, Texas, Circuit of the Americas has hired a new concessionaire. Ryan Sanders Sports Services, in-house food provider at the Class AAA ballpark Dell Diamond, has signed a 10-year deal to run general concessions and premium ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Notre Dame teaming up with Legends

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06/20/14
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06/19/14
SportsBusiness Daily: TD Garden Renovations On Display

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06/16/14
SportsBusiness Daily: NHL Kings Per Caps Higher Than In '12

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06/11/14
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06/02/14
SportsBusiness Journal: 49ers, Earthquakes unite for soccer

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SportsBusiness Journal: USTA taking the plunge on roofs

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06/02/14
SportsBusiness Journal: ‘Frequency of moves surprises most people’

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