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Dolphins Holding Business Summit Today At Sun Life Stadium
Published February 16, 2012
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Rushton said the team is expecting anywhere from 1,500-2,000 to attend. All season-ticket holders received an invite and the event is also open to non-ticket holders for $10. The DBA is the first of four planned trade shows the team will hold this year as it launches a year-round platform including regular partner dinners and golf tournaments. Rushton said the goal is to have partners “walk away and say the Miami Dolphins were instrumental in helping create additional value beyond my investment in my seat, suite, spot or sign.” Rushton: “Basically creating year-around B-to-B benefits to help them grow their businesses beyond what happens on game day.”