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WHO SAYS THE RAMS MOVE IS A SURE THING
Published January 23, 1995
The Rams move may not be a "done deal," writes Will McDonough of the BOSTON GLOBE. McDonough quotes one anonymous owner who told him "there is no doubt the majority will vote in favor of the move," but that there are some team owners "who want to see and hear more before we give it a yea." The owner told McDonough: "The first thing some of us will want to know is if this move is within the rules of the league for moving. Then we want to know the financial deal. Are the rest of us getting what we are supposed to be getting out of the gate (as the visiting team in St. Louis) or is money being sidetracked somewhere else so they do not have to share it? If everything is on the up and up, they will get the vote" (BOSTON GLOBE, 1/22). "THE RAMPAGE IS ON": D'Arcy, Masius Benton & Bowles is handling P.R. for the Rams' Personal Seat License campaign. Since the announcement of the move, "a major print and broadcast ad campaign" promoting the PSL sale under the theme, "The Rampage is On" (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 1/23).