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SBD/Issue 21/Sports Industrialists
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Published October 14, 2008
Red Sox Chair TOM WERNER, President & CEO LARRY LUCCHINO and COO MIKE DEE prior to last night's Rays-Red Sox game at Fenway Park chatted with former Red Sox investor LES OTTEN, Jordan's Furniture CEO ELIOT TATELMAN and Reebok VP/Government & Community Relations PAUL FOSTER. Also in attendance at last night's game were Celtics Managing Partner STEVE PAGLIUCA, Red Sox VP & Counsel ELAINE WEDDINGTON STEWARD, Entercom CEO DAVID FIELD and former Red Sox Counsel LUCINDA TREAT. Also, Boston Mayor TOM MENINO watched the game from Reebok's box (BOSTON GLOBE, 10/14). Reebok President & CEO ULI BECKER also was in attendance in the company's suite (BOSTON HERALD, 10/14).
Castroneves Will Continue To Race Despite
Looming Trial For Federal Tax Evasion
CLEANING THE BOARDS: Univ. of Louisville men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino last night appeared on Fox Business’ “America’s Nightly Scoreboard” to promote his new book, “Rebound Rules: The Art of Success 2.0.” Pitino: “With success, people become arrogant, they lose focus, they lose their drive, and when I see young basketball players become successful in ninth grade, I say, ‘They’re finished. They’re not reaching their potential’” (“America’s Nightly Scoreboard,” Fox Business, 10/13).
NAMES: Basketball HOFer DEAN SMITH is publicly supporting Democratic nominee BARACK OBAMA for president. Smith previously had campaigned for former candidate JOHN EDWARDS (NEWSOBSERVER.com, 10/13)....Heat G DWYANE WADE's Wade's World Foundation (WWF) is partnering with Operation Blessing Int'l to distribute up to 10,000 Emergency Survival Kits to communities around the country (WWF)....Former MLBer JEFF CONINE Saturday completed the Ford Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, in 14 hours, 43 minutes and 45 seconds, becoming the first ever MLBer to finish the race (South Florida SUN-SENTINEL, 10/13)....Dubai ruler SHEIKH MOHAMMED BIN RASHID AL MAKTOUM and his brother at the Newmarket horse sale paid about US$29.6M for more than 100 horses (London TELEGRAPH, 10/13)....Vikings Owner ZYGI WILF Saturday night ate dinner at Manny's Steakhouse in Minneapolis (ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, 10/14).