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Published October 12, 1994
TBC Direct in Baltimore "took top honors" at the 65th annual International Echo Awards competition sponsored by Direct Marketing Association for its work for the NFL Baltimore Expansion Committee (N.Y. TIMES, 10/12)....ESPN's Peter Gammons: "The Indians marketing department has calculated that if the strike isn't settled, which it probably won't be, that they'll lose 10-12% of their 1995 revenues per month -- every month -- beginning November 1st" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 10/11).