Quote of the Day

"We were going to let the fans name the team, but there's no money in that."

— SEHL Winston-Salem franchise Owner John Baker, whose team just inked Moosehead beer as its naming-rights sponsor (WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL, 9/24).

Wednesday September 24, 2003 Vol. 10 — No. 9 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Will Renovations To Giants Stadium Result
    In A Super Bowl At The Meadowlands?
    One week before the NFL Super Bowl committee examines potential hosts for the '08 event, the Giants and NJSEA have reached an agreement for renovations to Giants Stadium. While the Giants will pay nearly $300M to renovate the stadium, the team will receive the Sports Authority's share of money from NFL games, luxury suites and signage, as well as 50% of revenue from non-NFL events. The Giants will pay the NJSEA $6.3M a year in rent through 2026, and the NJSEA will receive 33% of possible naming-rights revenue.

  • Throwing The Red Flag
    Maurice Clarett files suit challenging NFL's draft rule.

    Not Up To Par
    Ping, Titleist do not want sales of their clubs conducted on Amazon.com.

    Dean's List
    Coyotes hire Bonham Group to secure naming-rights partner for new $220M Glendale arena.

    Racing Into The Future
    NTRA Commissioner Tim Smith offers moderate view on state of horse racing.

    Landing On His Feet
    NFL Network hires ex-ESPN analyst Sterling Sharpe.

    Taking Measure
    ROI main topic of discussion during day one of Street & Smith's sponsorship symposium.

    12th Man
    ACC eyes Notre Dame with partial membership used as an enticement.

    Nick-Naming Rights
    Canada's Moosehead beer brand to serve as name of Winston-Salem SEHL team.

    Money Matters
    FORBES' list of America's 400 richest replete with sports names.

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