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Continental Drift: Garber Indicates Current Format Of MLS ASG Could Change

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 30 / 15

The MLS defeated EPL club Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 in the league's All-Star Game at Dick's Sporting Goods Park last night, but MLS Commissioner Don Garber said it might be "time for a change" to the current format of the exhibition. The league has brought in top European clubs to face off against ...

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Shinnecock Tribe Deals w/ USGA

The USGA and the Shinnecock Indian Nation have reached an agreement that "has put an end to threats of protest" during this month's U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, according to Ryan Herringto

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USGA Angers Shinnecock Nation

Leaders of the 1,500-member Shinnecock Nation Indian Tribe are "upset the USGA chose not to use tribal land for parking, ... depriving them of a potential six-figure windfall" at the upcoming U.S. Ope

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Super Bowl Impact Questioned

Despite projections of a $300-336M economic impact on Houston for hosting Super Bowl XXXVIII, the "verdict is unclear," according to Bill Murphy of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. Local hotel revenue increased

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Smarty Jones Catches U.S.' Eye

Saturday's crowd of 112,668 was the "largest in the history of the Preakness — by more than 8,000 — and the nationwide betting handle of $85.1[M] for all the Pimlico races and [$58.8M] just

Tags: Events and Attractions, Horse Racing, NBC, NTRA, Visa

Facilities & Franchises 2004

By Josh Rosen, Staff Writer, The Sports Business Daily Street & Smith's Sports Group's Sports Facilities & Franchises 2004 conference at the Omni San Diego Hotel continued Thursday with a panel discus

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Franchises & Facilities 2004

By Josh Rosen, Staff Writer, The Sports Business Daily The two-day Street & Smith's Sports Group Sports Facilities & Franchises 2004 conference at the Omni San Diego Hotel kicked off yesterday with a

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Record Wagering For KY Derby

Saturday's Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs drew 140,054 fans, marking a 6% decline from the 148,530 that attended the '03 race. But Churchill Downs points out that this year's attendance was the lar

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Big Stakes Match Play Tourney

Atlanta-based CI Marketing Communications, PR firm Hope-Beckham and MediaSolutions are promoting the Big Stakes Match Play tournament featuring a $9.75M purse, the "largest purse ever offered for a go

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Aussie Open Staying w/ January

The Australian Open "will remain in January," after a bid to move the event to March was met with "opposition from many of the sport's stakeholders," according to Chris Lines of the AUSTRALIAN, who no

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Coyotes Get '06 All-Star Game

The Coyotes will host the NHL's '06 All-Star Weekend at Glendale Arena January 28-29, 2006, and the event is expected to attract more than 7,000 out-of-town visitors with an economic impact of $15-18M

Tags: Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Dream, Atlanta Thrashers, Events and Attractions, Hockey, NBA, NCAA, NHL, Arizona Coyotes

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