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Redskins Falling Short Of Projected Training Camp Attendance Figures In RichmondPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 16
The Redskins "will not provide daily attendance figures" for training camp in Richmond this year, according to Matthew Paras of the RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH. That comes after last year’s total of 80,888 "was down from past years, and well short of the 100,000 visitors that economic impact estim...
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Expos President Claude Brochu "did not go out of his way last night to toss cold water" on reports that former Canadiens GM Serge Savard "is interested in taking an active part" in the construction of
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In Nashville, Jeff Wilkinson wrote of confusion for the NFL Oilers exhibition opener in Memphis on Saturday, as fans arriving from Nashville "found long lines and lost tickets at will-call windows." O
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The Dolphins minority hiring was examined by Armando Salguero, who reported the team employs 87 "people in addition to ticket-office personnel who work out of Pro Player Stadium. The percentage of min