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Minding My Business With ATP Winston-Salem Open Tournament Dir Bill Oakes

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 17 / 16

Name : Bill Oakes Title : ATP Winston-Salem Open Tournament Dir Age : 51 Where I call home : Winston-Salem, N.C. Where I’m from : Chevy Chase, Md. Focusing on right now : The tournament, obviously, but also construction. We’re completing the second phase of our pe...

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