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Broncos' Joe Ellis Disappointed Team Still Without Naming-Rights Deal For Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 27 / 17

Broncos President & CEO Joe Ellis has "nothing to report" when it comes to the organization's "search for a new naming-rights deal for its stadium ," according to Nick Kosmider of the DENVER POST. Ellis said, "I’m a little disappointed in that. On the other hand, there’s a...

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