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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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DETROIT VYING FOR THE LEAGUE LEAD...IN LUXURY BOXES

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09/06/96
DELAWARE NORTH NAMES NEW CAPTAIN FOR THEIR FLEET

Richard Krezwick, former GM of the Worcester Centrum, was appointed President of New Boston Garden Corp., the Delaware North Cos. subsidiary that owns the FleetCenter, according to Maria Shao in the B

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09/06/96
STADIUM NOTES

A USA TODAY special section called "The Stadium Binge" appeared in today''s editions. The piece studied each facility in all major cities in U.S. and Canada, including lease and luxury seat details (U

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09/06/96
L.A. ARENA PANEL URGES FORWARD MOVEMENT ON NEW ARENA

A "key" L.A. City Council committee voted unanimously to "move quickly toward forging a deal with developers on a new $270M downtown sports arena, according to Rick Orlov of the L.A. DAILY NEWS. Altho

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09/06/96
HAWKS NOT LIKELY TO FLY FROM OMNI NEST

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FLEET CENTER, YEAR TWO: NEW BOSS AND NEW CHALLENGES

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09/05/96
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