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THEY COULD KEEP THE BOOT MOTIF -- NASHVILLE SPURS
Published July 7, 1995
The Spurs are the subject of "swirling" speculation in Nashville as the next target in the "effort to lure a sports tenant" for its new arena, according to this morning's Bergen RECORD. Wednesday, the Spurs hinted at their need for a new arena to ensure profitability in San Antonio. The RECORD's Fitzgerald & Hirsch report Edward Gaylord, Chair of Gaylord Entertainment -- the Nashville company heading the effort to land a team -- owns "a strong minority share" in the Spurs. According to "an official closely involved": "People are salivating here" (Bergen RECORD, 7/7).