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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 29 / 14

SportsBusiness Daily is seeking an entry-level Staff Writer at our Charlotte, N.C., headquarters. Qualified candidates will have excellent knowledge of sports and business issues, with equally strong writing and verbal skills. Must also have a solid work ethic and thrive in a team environment. Stron...

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08/06/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

The Packers have signed 7UP/RC Cola Bottlers of Wisconsin for pouring and marketing rights to Lambeau Field (AD AGE ONLINE, 8/6)....With Shaquille O''Neal''s move to L.A., Orlando retailers are "despe

Tags: Boston Celtics, Cincinnati Reds, Dr Pepper/7UP, ESPN, Franchises, Green Bay Packers, Walt Disney

08/06/96
ASTRODOME COMPLEX FACES HURDLES IN TEXAS LEGISLATURE

Harris County Judge Robert Eckels says the Astrodome complex is the best place to build a new ballpark for the Astros. Team Owner Drayton McLane Jr. agrees, as does Mayor Bob Lanier and downtown busin

Tags: Franchises, Houston Astros

08/02/96
DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN? COWBOYS INK $5M DEAL WITH AT&T

Almost one year to the day after announcing a lucrative deal with non-NFL sponsor PepsiCo, Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones announced his latest partnership, a three-year, $5M deal with AT&T Corp., according

Tags: ATT, Dallas Cowboys, Franchises, NFL, Nike, Oakland Raiders, PepsiCo, Sprint

08/02/96
FRANCHISE NOTES

In just two weeks, the Coyotes have obtained commitments for 10,750 season tickets. The team has placed a self-imposed cap of 12,500 season tickets with about 3,000 single seats available nightly for

Tags: Anaheim Ducks, Anaheim Sports, CFL, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Franchises, Arizona Coyotes, Walt Disney

08/02/96
HOUSTON, YOU HAVE A PROBLEM -- MCLANE REJECTS STADIUM PLAN

Astros Owner Drayton McLane rejected a plan offered by Harris County Judge Robert Eckels for a $250M stadium next to the Astrodome. In a statement McLane said, "The county''s proposal requires a $240

Tags: Franchises, Houston Astros, MLB

08/01/96
PATRIOTS ON THE MOVE?

ESPN''s Bob Ley reports that Patriots Owner Robert Kraft has said he cannot compete financially at Foxboro Stadium and will "relocate within New England or sell the team" if a new stadium deal is not

Tags: ESPN, Franchises, New England Patriots, Walt Disney

08/01/96
NEW DUDS FOR CARDS -- LEATHER HELMETS OPTIONAL

The Cardinals unveiled new uniforms yesterday designed to resemble the look of the ''47 NFL Champion Chicago Cardinals, according to the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. Lee Shappell writes the changes are "so subtl

Tags: Franchises, NFL

08/01/96
PANTHERS HAVE NO TROUBLE SELLING OUT OPENER

The final 3,500 upper-deck tickets for the Panthers'' inaugural game at Ericsson Stadium were sold by lunchtime yesterday. As a result, Saturday night''s Bears-Panthers preseason contest will be telev

Tags: Chicago Bears, Franchises

07/31/96
GIANTS GET HEAT ON PLAYER'S ACTIONS DURING AIDS CEREMONY

City officials and gay activists are calling on the S.F. Giants to trade or release pitcher Mark Dewey after his actions during the team''s "Until There''s a Cure" AIDS benefit at 3Com Park. Dewey, a

Tags: Franchises

07/31/96
MSG EYES NEW WAYS TO PAY FOR STAR SALARIES

With the flurry of "stunning and expensive" trades and free agent signings for the Rangers and Knicks, the "pressure is on MSG executives to come up with the revenue" to pay player contracts, accordin

Tags: Cablevision, Franchises, Madison Square Garden, New York Knicks

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