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RAMS WEIGH OPTIONS FOR ST. LOUIS DOME NAMING RIGHTS
Published May 24, 1995
Eight companies are in the running for the naming rights for St. Louis' new domed stadium, according to Rams consultant Marc Ganis of Sports Corp. Ganis told the ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH that the team, which has the right to name the stadium, is looking for "a 20- to 30- year deal," but refused to name the companies. Lorraine Kee reports a spokesperson for St. Louis- based TWA said they "are considering the option" (ST. LOUIS POST- DISPATCH, 5/24). CHANGES: The Rams have created a second logo to take the place of their "LA Rams" logo, and Ganis says more changes may be in store after '95 (POST-DISPATCH, 5/24).