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Lexus Gets Naming Rights To American Airlines Center Platinum Level, Parking Garage

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 27 / 15

With construction under way on Toyota’s new U.S. corporate HQ just outside Dallas, the company’s luxury brand, Lexus, has signed a five-year partnership with American Airlines Center and its tenants -- the Mavericks and Stars -- that includes naming rights to both the Platinum Level club...

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TAGLIABUE IN CINCINNATI TO LAUNCH BENGALS STADIUM MARKETING

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12/09/96
TWINS DETAIL NEW STADIUM AMENITIES TO CURRENT SUITE HOLDERS

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STADIUM DEAL MAY LAND LAWSUIT TO SINK KRAFT, MASSPORT LEASE

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ALLEN TELLS U-W PRESIDENT THAT SEAHAWKS WON'T LAND ON CAMPUS

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