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Gulati: More U.S-Based Fans Likely To Attend '14 World Cup Than Any Other Foreign Edition03 / 10 / 14
It is nearly certain that more U.S.-based fans will attend the '14 FIFA World Cup in Brazil than any other foreign edition of the tournament in history, according to U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati. In its most recent ticket distribution report for the event -- released late last month...
Aspen Skiing Co. (SkiCo) "has quietly switched back to calling its flagship" ski area Aspen Mountain rather than Ajax, according to Scott Condon of the ASPEN TIMES. The name Ajax was "quietly started"
The L.A. Track & Field Organizing Committee (LATFOC) announced yesterday that the Powerade Indoor Track & Field Championships scheduled for February 11 at Staples Center "has been canceled because of
The L.A. Track & Field Organizing Committee (LATFOC) is considering canceling the February 11 Powerade Indoor Track & Field Championships at Staples Center because "cash-flow problems and poor ticket
Snowmass Village Resort Association (SVRA) President Jim France is researching an $8M "restructuring of the organization''s debt," according to Brent Gardner-Smith of the ASPEN TIMES. France told the
Gervase Peterson, a contestant on CBS'' original "Survivor," will be "working with a media credential" this week at the Super Bowl, as CBS "is paying him to interview players," according to Barry Horn
The Giants "expect to lose money" on their trip to Tampa for Super Bowl XXXV, according to Philip Lentz of CRAIN''S N.Y. BUSINESS. Giants VP/Marketing Rusty Hawley said, "The perception that this is a
CO Ski Country USA is "off to its best start" in three years as the organization reported that skier visits this year are up 29% compared to the same period last year, and 7% higher than the previous
Aspen Skiing Co. (SkiCo) will "permanently lift" its ban on snowboarding on Ajax Mountain beginning April 1, according to Gil Rudawsky of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. SkiCo "took the first step in lifting
NASCAR held its season-ending awards dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in N.Y. on Friday night, and in Charlotte, David Poole wrote that for the "most part, the proceedings in the Grand Ballroom ...
The choice of Philadelphia over Richmond, VA, to host the 2001 and 2002 Summer X Games has "nothing to do with ESPN selecting Philadelphia over Richmond, but rather Disney Corporation using the games