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CBA OK'S EXPANSION BID FOR TRENTON, HEARS FOUR OTHER GROUPS
Published February 19, 1998
The CBA Board of Directors approved Trenton, NJ, as an expansion city for the '99-2000 season. A Trenton team will be owned and operated by Caliper Sports & Associates, led by Dr. Herbert Greenberg. It has half a year to show community support by selling at least 2,500 season tickets and gaining a "reasonable amount" of corporate support. NJ-based Greenberg is President of Caliper, a human resources consulting firm (Caliper). The CBA also heard expansion presentations from potential ownership groups in St. Charles, MO, Mexico, Savannah, GA, and New Orleans (CBA).