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ARE THEY LEARNING? BUCS THANK COMMUNITY FOR NEW SOMBRERO
Published September 6, 1996
Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer and his family purchased full-page ads in today's ST. PETERSBURG TIMES and TAMPA TRIBUNE with a banner headline that reads: "Here to Stay in Tampa Bay." The text of the ad thanks the Tampa Bay community for supporting the Bucs and the Community Investment Tax, part of which will be used to help fund their new stadium: "To all Bucs fans... Thanks for hanging in there with us! Sincerely, The Tampa Bay Buccaneers" (ST. PETERBURG TIMES, 9/6) BUBBA FOR BUCS: While campaigning in FL yesterday, President Bill Clinton visited the Bucs practice facility. Bucs head coach Tony Dungy: "I thought at 0-1 he probably wasn't looking for advice from me" (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 9/6).