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EDMONTON BUSINESSES NOT ABANDONING OILERS
Published February 6, 1996
A survey by the EDMONTON JOURNAL shows that 46 of the approximately 55 largest businesses in Edmonton own season tickets or a skybox at the Northlands Coliseum. However, the "problem is there aren't enough big companies in the city." The JOURNAL's informal survey notes the team's strongest support comes from the financial community, law firms, breweries and the media (EDMONTON JOURNAL, 2/3).