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FRANCHISE NOTES: JETS NOT LIKELY IN NASHVILLE
Published November 6, 1995
Nashville's Gaylord Entertainment says it has not heard from Richard Burke's ownership group about moving the Jets to Nashville, according to Jeff Legwold in the TENNESSEAN. Gaylord spokesperson Allan Hall: "For our part we are still very interested in bringing any NHL or NBA team here. However, we have not heard from [Burke's] group. Not a word" (Nashville TENNESSEAN, 11/4)....The Devil Rays held their FanFest at the Thunderdome Sunday giving fans a chance to see the stadium set up for baseball (Bill Chastain, TAMPA TRIBUNE, 11/6)....Four more of former Kings Owner Bruce McNall's business associates have been federally indicted, including McNall Sports and Entertainment CFO Suzan Waks, who has entered a guilty plea on charges of bank fraud, conspiracy and tax evasion (Lisa Dillman, L.A. TIMES, 11/3).