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SILVERDOME'S LEASE HAS LIONS BY THE MANE
Published April 13, 1995
The Lions' lease at the Silverdome is profiled by Keith Gave in today's DETROIT FREE PRESS. Describing themselves as a "tenant-held-hostage," the team is threatening to move out of the Silverdome and into a new stadium if something isn't done. One option the team is "hinting" at is taking control of Silverdome operations, allowing them more revenue generated by the facility (DETROIT FREE PRESS, 4/13).