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Bills Post Second-Best Season-Ticket Sales Mark After Last Year's Record-Setting SummerPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 30 / 16
The Bills have sold 58,500 season tickets heading into the '16 season, the "second-largest total in the team's history," but sales are down 2.6% from the "record-setting 60,102 packages sold last year," according to James Fink of BUFFALO BUSINESS FIRST. The Bills last season were "riding a...
The Pacers and Chicago-based telecomm company Ameritech Inc. "are close to culminating a new five-year corporate sponsorship deal estimated to be worth about $2 million over the life of the deal," acc
The NHL Kings unveiled their new uniforms and logos Saturday. The primary logo will be a coat-of-arms, featuring a crown, the sun and a lion. The secondary logo will be the crown. The new home jersey
J. Bruce Llewellyn, Chair of the Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Co., announced Saturday that he intends to make a bid to buy the Vikings by the July 1 deadline, according to Jerry Zgoda of the Minnea
Bulls Coach Phil Jackson, quoted in NEWSWEEK: "I met with [Bulls Chair Jerry] Reinsdorf in the last couple of days, and he said, ''If you want to come back, I''m offering you the opportunity.'' I said
When the Maple Leafs move into the Air Canada Centre on February 20, the team''s gate receipts will rise more than C$400,000 a game -- more than C$16M "prorated over a full season -- thanks to ticket-
More than 1.2 million fans, "the largest crowd ever to gather" in downtown Detroit, came out for the Red Wings'' Stanley Cup championship parade, according to Wilson, French & Hurt of the DETROIT NEWS
The WNBA Mystics'' inaugural game tonight is "virtually sold out," and as of early yesterday, "fewer than" 1,000 tickets remained. The team has sold about 6,800 season tickets so far (WASHINGTON POST,
The July 1 deadline for the A''s to exercise a year-to- year lease option at the Oakland Coliseum "may be delayed while team owners try to work out a host of issues with Oakland and Alameda County off
MLB Rangers President Tom Schieffer said yesterday that TX Gov. George W. Bush turned his $600,000 investment in the team into at least $15M, according to Slater & Oppel of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. Bu
VIKINGS: San Antonio business exec Red McCombs, on his interest in the Vikings: "Why I am I interested in Minnesota? Because that''s where the team is. There aren''t many teams, and this is one that''