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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER LAUNCHES NEWSLETTER/PR CAMPAIGN
Published December 8, 1994
MLS is launching a newsletter featuring updates on the league, from new sponsors to new ownership groups. The front page includes the logos of five of MLS's sponsors: Adidas (uniform & footwear supplier), Apex (uniform & footwear supplier), Mitre (game ball supplier), Nike (uniform & footwear) and Reebok (uniform & footwear). Other news: The NYC/NJ team has named Charlie Still as its GM; MLS Senior VP Mark Abbott told the SOCCER AMERICA that MLS is examining two options for developing players: either the MLB/NABPL model or the NBA/CBA. The newsletter also included profiles of six MLS investment partners: John Kluge, Stuart Subotnick, Lamar Hunt, Clark Hunt, API Soccer and LA Soccer Partners (MLS).