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Staff writer Preston Bounds

Preston Bounds

Preston Bounds is an assistant editor for SportsBusiness Daily/Journal.

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O'Neil, Cashman Taking Part In Covenant House's Sleep Out Event

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 11 / 17 / 16

Several sports execs tonight are taking part in Covenant House's charitable Sleep Out event, including Yankees Senior VP & GM Brian Cashman  and 76ers, Devils & Prudential Center CEO Scott O’Neil . More than 1,100 execs and business leaders in 18 cities will take part in th...

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