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GLAZER'S SONS TO TAKE TO THE COMMUNITY
Published January 20, 1995
New Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer's two sons will play a large role in the team's community relations program in an effort to "sell the Bucs." Byran, 30, and Joel, 28, will use their own experiences to help make the Bucs a success. Joel Glazer: "We're fans. We're coming at this from a different perspective because we've been sitting around in the stands for the last 25 years waiting in line for hot dogs and seeing the little things fans get annoyed with." The two plans to push out into the community to "drum up a lot of support" for the franchise. Joel: "We want people to see us. Get to know us. We think marketing is very, very important" (Nick Pugliese, TAMPA TRIBUNE, 1/20).