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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 31 / 14

NBC Sports hockey analyst Eddie Olczyk  will face off against fans in a shoot-the-puck competition at Horseshoe Casino in Indiana.

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08/31/95
BUCS OWNER GLAZER MAY PUT UP SOME BIG MONEY

Bucs Owner Malcolm Glazer has told officials he might pledge $8.75M annually for 30 years from revenues at a new stadium, "if that will help it get built," according to the TAMPA TRIBUNE. If Glazer de

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08/31/95
AS VOTE IS SCHEDULED, MODELL WON'T GUARANTEE BROWNS STAYING

Browns Owner Art Modell refused to guarantee the Browns will stay in Cleveland if the community assembles financing to renovate Cleveland Stadium, according to the Cleveland PLAIN- DEALER. The Cuyahog

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08/31/95
NORTHERN VA BEGINS SEARCH FOR STADIUM

The VA Baseball Stadium Authority was to meet for the first time last night to begin its quest to find funding and a location for a stadium for an MLB team. Among the topics discussed: bylaws, committ

Tags: Facilities, MLB

08/30/95
FLEETCENTER EMPLOYEES UNDERGO PERSONALITY FACELIFT

In her "Private Sector" column in the BOSTON GLOBE, Joan Vennochi examines the transformation employees of the new FleetCenter are undergoing as they move over from the old Boston Garden. In preparati

Tags: Facilities, Walt Disney

08/30/95
RAMS NAMING RIGHTS DEAL WITH TWA AWAITING TAKEOFF

The Rams are "relatively close" to a deal with TWA under which the airline would pay "millions of dollars" for naming rights to the new domed stadium, according to William Freivogel in today''s ST. LO

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08/30/95
STADIUM NOTES

The Georgia Dome was declared safe yesterday and will be ready to host the Falcons home opener on Sunday (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 8/30)....Heeding the advice of its attorneys and "spurning a plea" from

Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Facilities

08/30/95
DOWNTOWN BREWERS STADIUM DRAWS SUPPORT

Two WI Senate leaders yesterday offered to work out "financial incentives" to help the Brewers pay for a new stadium downtown, but Brewers Owner Bud Selig said "the site issue had been decided," accor

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Facilities, Milwaukee Brewers

08/29/95
CIGARETTE TAX BECOMES FUNDING OPTION FOR BREWERS STADIUM

A regional cigarette tax surfaced yesterday "as an option" to fund a new Brewers stadium, according to Sam Martino of the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL. The idea came up as Republican legislators and off

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08/29/95
BOSTON HOTELS ENDORSE LOCAL TAX ON HOTELS

A group of 20 Greater Boston hotels yesterday endorsed a local tax of $1 per room to provide "backup financing" for a South Boston convention center-only project, according to Richard Kindleberger of

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08/29/95
BEARS CALL THE INDIANA PROPOSAL "INTRIGUING"

Bears officials are calling the proposal from an Indiana group "intriguing" and said they are "enthusiastic" about it, according to Bears CFO & VP of Ops Ted Phillips. R. Joseph Gelarden of the INDIAN

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