Officials Confident Raiders' Vegas Venue On Schedule NFL Helping Fund Tottenham Stadium Titans Get New Food Service Operation Hawks' Practice Facility Opening This Fall Facility Notes U.S. Bank Arena Upgrade Needed For Tourney Mercedes-Benz Stadium Delays Opening For Third Time Dickies Wins Naming Rights To Ft. Worth Arena Georgia Dome Demolition Could Move To End Of Year Orioles Payments On Ballpark Exceed Cost
Upcoming Conferences and Events
May 31 - Jun 1
L.A. ADVERTISING EXECS LOOKING TO SAVE VENERABLE FENWAY
Published September 13, 1995
Lawson Clarke and Thad Russell, Boston area natives and current L.A. advertising men, are "plotting a campaign" to save the "decrepid but still cherished" Fenway Park, according to the BOSTON GLOBE. The two plan on running ads to rally support for Fenway. Russell: "My sense is there's a huge reservoir of untapped feeling about Fenway." Red Sox Exec VP John Buckley: "We would like to talk to them so they understand how Fenway became economically obsolete" (Richard Kindleberger, BOSTON GLOBE, 9/13).