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Military financial services company USAA is rolling out a new ad campaign featuring Steelers OT Alejandro Villanueva . The ad also stars Villanueva's wife and young son, depicting his transition as an Army Ranger to an NFLer. USAA will premiere the ad on TV during Sunday's slate of NFL games...
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The Holiday Bowl today will introduce CA-based Pacific Life Insurance Co. as its fifth title sponsor, according to Jay Posner of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE, who notes Pacific Life replaces Culligan,
Audience figures for Blue Jays telecasts on Rogers Sportsnet "show support for the team strong in Ontario, but declining as the telecasts go farther east and west," according to William Houston of the
Vikings Owner Red McCombs is selling 11.3 million shares in Clear Channel Communications to "pay off more than $200 million he borrowed to buy" the Vikings, according to Travis Poling of the SAN ANTON
Thursday, August 8, 2002 A N.Y. TIMES editorial comments on the state of naming rights at sports facilities and speaks of an "erosion of tradition and continuity in professional sports" (N.Y. TIMES).
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