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Venue Managers Hosting Free Webinar On Ebola IncidentPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 31 / 14
The Int’l Association of Venue Managers will host a free webinar today taking an in-depth look at how venues in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have handled the recent Ebola incident in that market. The discussion will include AT&T Stadium, the Texas Motorplex and the Cotton Bowl at Fair Park, ...
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Heat President/coach Pat Riley and team Owner Micky Arison met with eight of the team''s players on Friday and discussed the NBA lockout, according to Steve Wyche of the MIAMI HERALD. Riley and Arison
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