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Buyers & Sellers: Steelers Investor Tull Purchases Home Outside Pittsburgh For $15M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 17 / 17

Former Legendary Entertainment Chair & CEO and current Steelers investor THOMAS TULL  purchased a home in Edgeworth, Pa., for $15M. The 14,474-square-foot house has "nine bedrooms, five fireplaces, five full baths, four powder rooms and a mini ski slope with snowmaking capabilities" (...

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