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Rolling Stones' Summer Tour Includes Shows At Football, MLB Venues

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 31 / 15

The Rolling Stones this morning announced their summer tour dates. The 15 shows include stops at five NFL stadiums, five college football venues, two MLB ballparks and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The “Zip Code Tour” begins May 24 at Petco Park. DATE ...

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09/27/01
Names In The News

USA TODAY features a special report on the last 20 years of women''s college sports, and in a Sports Cover Story, Andy Gardiner notes, "This fall marks the 20th anniversary of the NCAA conducting wome

Tags: ABC, Baseball, Basketball, Colleges, Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles Lakers, NCAA, New York Mets, Olympics, Soccer, People and Pop Culture, USOC, Walt Disney

09/27/01
Buffalo Seeks Amateur Sports

People visiting the Buffalo Niagara region to attend amateur sporting events spend an average of $341 each, and 57% of them "plan to return within two years to visit local attractions," according to a

Tags: Colleges, Events and Attractions, NCAA

09/27/01
Siena College Inks Sales Agency

NJ-based Positive Impact has been retained by Siena College to help secure group and sponsorship sales for the school''s athletic department. A four-member team from Positive Impact will work with exe

Tags: Colleges, Brooklyn Nets, YankeeNets

09/27/01
Marketplace Round-Up

TEAM DEALS: The Sabres have signed a multiyear sponsorship deal with Pepsi Buffalo Bottling Corp. The deal includes signage at HSBC Arena, as well as TV sponsorship of the Sabres, Empire Sports Net an

Tags: Baseball, Buffalo Sabres, Colleges, FIFA, General Motors, Horse Racing, Interpublic Group of Cos., Major League Lacrosse, Octagon, PepsiCo, Arizona Coyotes, Soccer, Track & Field

09/26/01
Big South Inks Pontiac-GMC Deal

The Big South Conference has signed Pontiac-GMC as the Official Vehicles of the conference. This will mark the third year that a GM carmaker has partnered with the Big South. The new one-year deal wil

Tags: Colleges, General Motors

09/26/01
Executive Transactions

ESPN.com named NEAL SCARBROUGH as Editor-In-Chief. Most recently, Scarbrough was ESPN The Magazine Senior NFL Editor and prior to that, Scarbrough was The Denver Post Sports Editor (ESPN)....Callaway

Tags: AFL, Baseball, Basketball, Callaway Golf, Colleges, Denver Nuggets, ESPN, Football, Golf, Microsoft, NFL, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

09/25/01
Media Notes

TV MONITOR: Last night''s 10:30pm ET 30-minute edition of FSN''s "National Sports Report" led with Braves-Marlins, followed by an update on Michael Jordan''s comeback. The first NFL report was an inju

Tags: Atlanta Braves, Baseball, Basketball, Colleges, ECHL, ESPN, Miami Marlins, Football, Green Bay Packers, Hockey, Minnesota Vikings, MLB, New England Patriots, New York Mets, News Corp./Fox, NFL, Media, Time Warner, Walt Disney, Washington Redskins

09/25/01
TV Expenditure By Sport

The following lists data from Nielsen Media Research — Ad-Views estimating total sports TV ad expenditures by sport for the second quarter of 2001. ^ = Motorsports — Other includes off-road

Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Colleges, Golf, Hockey, MLB, Motorsports, NASCAR, NBA, NHL, Nielsen

09/25/01
Executive Transaction

Global Spectrum named TOM PAQUETTE as GM of the new 18,000-seat Univ. of SC arena now under construction in Columbia. Previously, Paquette was First Union Center and First Union Spectrum Dir of Event

Tags: Colleges, Comcast-Spectacor, People and Pop Culture

09/25/01
Soldier Field Name On Hold

The Bears yesterday "temporarily sidelined plans to sell the corporate naming rights" to a renovated Soldier Field "to avoid an ill-timed slap at military units mobilizing for a war against terrorism,

Tags: Chicago Bears, Colleges, Facilities, Football

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