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ST. LOUIS OFFERS RAMS A SUITE DEAL FOR LUXURY BOXES
Published October 7, 1994
St. Louis' NFL franchise group, FANS Inc., announced commitments for 86 of 100 luxury suites as of yesterday. The list includes suites withheld for the Rams as part of the team's "wish list." FANS point man Tom Eagleton said FANS "would like nothing better" than to have a sell-out in time for the formal proposal in L.A. next week. 13 more companies have reserved suites than did for the 85 boxes sold during St. Louis '93 expansion drive. Next week, volunteers will call club seat holders from the expansion drive about renewing commitments for a portion of the 6,300 club seats (Jim Thomas, ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH, 10/7). "YES OR NO": Orioles Owner Peter Angelos is "pressing for a decision" about the possibility of moving the Rams to Baltimore. Angelos thinks the decision will be made "before the end of the month" (Jon Morgan, Baltimore SUN, 10/7).