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RADIO CITY SIGNS ANOTHER SUPER DEAL; NASCAR GETTING HUNGRY
Published September 23, 1997
NY-based Radio City Productions (RCP) will produce the '98 Super Bowl Halftime Show at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. RCP has created and produced three Super Bowl Halftime Shows, including the two highest-rated Halftime Shows ever -- Super Bowl XXX featuring Diana Ross and Super Bowl XXVII starring Michael Jackson (RCP). GENTLEMEN, PLACE YOUR ORDERS: NASCAR Cafe is set to open its second location on November 10 in Nashville, TN. The first floor of the Nashville restaurant will feature NASCAR memorabilia, exhibits, games and a virtual reality simulator. Eleven NASCAR vehicles will be on display at the restaurant. Current plans call for ten NASCAR Cafes to be opened within a five-year period at $4-6M each (NASCAR).