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NFL Looking For New CMO After Waller's Role Shifts; Grubman Focusing On L.A. Team

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 27 / 14

The NFL is conducting a search for a new CMO after a series of high-level organizational changes, outlined in a memo sent yesterday by NFL Commissioner ROGER GOODELL to teams and league officials. MARK WALLER is dropping his CMO title to fully focus on international, a role he previously had bef...

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12/06/95
STADIUM NOTES

The Rose Garden has donated $39,000 to charity following their grand opening. Recipients include the Urban League, Legacy Emanuel Children''s Hospital, Boys and Girls Clubs and the Metropolitan Sports

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12/06/95
CHICAGO MAYOR DALEY ATTACKS BEARS' DEMANDS, AGAIN

Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, admitting his remarks were "aimed at winning the public relations battle," attacked the Bears'' demands that city tax dollars guarantee the team make $25M annually from a

Tags: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Facilities

12/06/95
CONSTRUCTION VENTURE FORMED SPECIALIZING IN STADIUMS

F.N. Thompson Co. of Charlotte and New York-based Turner Corp. announced yesterday they have formed Turner-Thompson Sports, a joint venture to specialize in planning and building professional sports s

Tags: Edmonton Oilers, Facilities, NFL

12/06/95
DETROIT STADIUM TO HAVE A CAMDEN LOOK, NO COMPANY NAME?

Tigers President John McHale told the DETROIT NEWS that the team''s planned new ballpark will have the feel of Baltimore''s Camden Yards. McHale added that Owner Mike Ilitch -- "at this point" -- is l

Tags: Detroit Tigers, Facilities

12/06/95
MARYLAND UPDATE: ALL LEGISLATORS LOVE A GOOD "PORK-FEST"

MD Gov. Parris Glendening began his effort to win support of two new stadiums in his state, one day after announcing the Redskins'' deal to move to Prince George''s County. Glendening met with lawmake

Tags: Facilities, Washington Redskins

12/05/95
ADD ONE COOKE TO MARYLAND'S FOOTBALL SOUP

Redskins Owner Jack Kent Cooke joined officials from the state and county to formally announce a deal to build a new 78,600-seat stadium for the Redskins in Prince George''s County, MD. The state-of-t

Tags: ABC, Cleveland Browns, Facilities, Sports Illustrated, Walt Disney, Washington Redskins

12/05/95
DETROIT COUNCIL APPROVES SPENDING FOR NEW TIGER STADIUM

Detroit''s City Council gave approval Monday for $40M in public spending for development of a new $235M Tiger Stadium in the Fox Theatre district, according to this morning''s DETROIT NEWS. The 7-2 ap

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12/04/95
REDSKINS COOKE COMPLETES STADIUM DEAL TO CAP OFF A BIG DAY

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12/04/95
STADIUM NOTES

In Atlanta, I.J. Rosenberg discounts rumors the Giants would trade Barry Bonds as he says the team is "pushing hard for a new stadium and funding for it would depend on a bond referendum. The club can

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12/01/95
STADIUM NOTES

A design team from HKS Inc. of Dallas was chosen to design the new stadium for the Brewers. HKS was selected over HOK Sports Facilities of K.C. Gabe Paul, Brewers VP/Stadium Operations, said the desig

Tags: Edmonton Oilers, Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers, NHL

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