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JUST WHEN THOUGHT IT WAS SAFE: PRO PLAYER PARK CHANGES AGAIN
Published September 11, 1996
Pro Player unveiled a new logo and a name change of the Dolphins and Marlins home to Pro Player Stadium. In explaining the change from Pro Player Park, Pro Player President Doug Kelly said, "In the creative process of designing logos, we felt Pro Player Stadium best represented the facility" (Pro Player). Stadium President Bob Kramm said signs with the new name will be visible to viewers on NBC's Sunday telecast (Barry Jackson, MIAMI HERALD, 9/11).