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RAMS TELL ANAHEIM -- BUILD IT AND WE WILL STAY
Published November 17, 1994
Rams President John Shaw told Save the Rams that the team would need a new stadium to stay in the L.A. area. Agent Leigh Steinberg, spokesperson for Save the Rams, said that "one of the factors that is really attractive to the Rams in the St. Louis situation is the presence of an instantly usable football stadium." Steinberg said he told Shaw that their plan for a refurbished Anaheim Stadium would "create the same income opportunities" of a new stadium, but that Shaw "remained unconvinced." Steinberg stressed the 15,000 ticket pledges for next season and the help of "the Orange County Register and a major radio station" with that effort (Jim Thomas, ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 11/17).