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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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09/02/98
FIRST OPEN CONTROVERSY: VENUS DISSES WTA TOUR WITH NO PATCH

WTA Tour spokesperson Jim Fuhse said that Venus Williams "will receive a hefty fine if she continues to refuse to wear" a WTA Tour patch during match play at the U.S. Open, according to USA TODAY''s D

Tags: Chase Manhattan Bank, Nike, Reebok

09/02/98
IN DROPPING BIDS FOR BROWNS, PARTIES SAY COST TOO HIGH

"Concerns about possible future stadium overruns and a bidding process gone haywire derailed a proposed merged effort to own the Browns" by Step2 Co. Founder Thomas Murdough and Indians Owner Richard

Tags: Boston Bruins, Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Indians, Dallas Cowboys, Franchises, New England Patriots, NFL

09/02/98
PRESEASON GAMES COULD NET CHARGERS $700,000 IN RENT CREDITS

Low attendance for the Chargers'' two preseason home games "could lead to a nearly $700,000 rent credit" from the team''s landlord, the city of San Diego, according to Anthony Millican of the SAN DIEG

Tags: Buffalo Bills, Franchises, San Diego Chargers, San Diego Padres, St. Louis Rams

09/02/98
SPORTS MEDIA CONSULTING FIRM SEEKS SENIOR STAFF MEMBER

Prominent sports media consulting firm seeks to hire a senior staff person to assist in the development of a new sponsorship valuation practice. Minimum of four years experience in marketing sponsorsh

Tags: Classified Advertisements

09/02/98
SECOND ANNUAL BSAA SPORTS CONFERENCE OCTOBER 8-11 IN L.A.

The Black Sports Agents Association (BSAA) is pleased to announce the Second Annual BSAA Sports Conference which will take place October 8-11, 1998, at the Los Angeles Airport Sheraton Gateway Hotel.

Tags: Classified Advertisements, NBA, NFL

09/02/98
FLORIDA GATORS SEEING GREEN AFTER INKING NIKE DEAL

The Univ. of FL (UF) has "agreed in principle" with Nike on a five-year, $9M contract for its football and basketball teams, according to Matt Hayes of the FL TIMES- UNION. The deal, which starts July

Tags: Nike, Reebok

09/02/98
BRONCOS STADIUM DEAL CALLED "FAIR" FOR CITY AND TEAM

The proposed stadium lease between the Broncos and the Metro Football Stadium District gives team Owner Pat Bowlen "control over a new football stadium," while Denver "locks in the team," according to

Tags: Denver Broncos, Facilities, NFL

09/02/98
MOLSTAR/CTV SPORTS NET INK TV DEAL WITH CANADIAN GOLF TOUR

The Canadian Golf Tour, Molstar Sports & Entertainment and CTV Sports Net jointly announced a broadcasting deal to produce and broadcast a 22-week, half-hour TV program that will showcase the Canadian

Tags: Media

09/02/98
ALL THINGS BEING EQUAL, TAGLIABUE RATHER BE IN PHILADELPHIA

After a "purely informational" meeting with NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue yesterday, Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell said that "two stadiums are possible if the complex funding can be worked out," acc

Tags: Facilities, NFL, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Phillies

09/02/98
ABC/ESPN OFFER NFL AD BUYERS THE WHOLE "KIT AND KABOODLE"

Advertisers can now buy ABC''s "Monday Night Football" and ESPN''s "Sunday Night Football" as a package, according to Stephen Battaglio of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. ABC Sports and ESPN held their NFL se

Tags: ABC, ESPN, NFL, Media, Walt Disney

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