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GLAZER TO CONSIDER RENOVATIONS BEFORE REBUILDING
Published March 28, 1995
At a meeting of the Exchange Club of Tampa yesterday, Tampa Mayor-elect Dick Greco indicated that Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer "may be willing to consider renovating the aging Tampa Stadium rather than demand a new one." According to Greco, "a basic understanding" was reached that Tampa Stadium "will be closely examined" to see if it can be renovated to enable the family to "make enough money to pay for" the $192M team purchase. Glazer's son Bryan "confirmed" from his Chicago office yesterday that renovation of the stadium "will be given serious consideration" (Stebbins and Koehn, TAMPA TRIBUNE, 3/28).