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FANS WILL NEVER LEAVE THEIR FAVORITE BAR WITH NEW SIGN
Published November 10, 1995
Motorola EMBARC announced its new wireless sign, The Know- It-All, which will deliver current news and information and has further expanded their alliance with ESPN to provide ESPN and SportsTicker sports information. Sports info will include the four major leagues and Division I college basketball and football. ESPN GM Tom Hagopian said the sign is "another creative way that we can help businesses develop better customer relations, increase business and provide the information that suits the public lifestyle." Prices range from $40-50 per month for the service and a one time cost between $349-2,899 for the hardware (Motorla EMBARC).