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Jaguars Draw 15,000-Plus For "Pokemon Go" Event At Stadium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 16

The Jaguars estimate that more than 15,000 people attended last night's "Pokemon Go" event at EverBank Field, "well above the 9,651 who registered on the team's website." The franchise is "saying it created the largest Poke adventure" in the U.S.&n...

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Giants Clutch Territorial Rights

Giants Managing General Partner Peter Magowan said that his team "will never grant the A''s permission to build a stadium in Santa Clara — even if offered a substantial buyout," as the Giants "cl

Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Facilities, Football, Golden State Warriors, Oakland Athletics, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco Giants

Prices Set For Tyson-Lewis Bout

The Memphis COMMERCIAL APPEAL reported that ticket prices for the Mike Tyson-Lennox Lewis heavyweight title bout have been set between $200 and $2,000. However, Tyson''s adviser Shelly Finkel said tha

Tags: Boxing

MLB Has 14 Partners For '02

MLB Exec VP/Business Tim Brosnan said that 14 companies have signed sponsorship or advertising deals for ''02 worth a combined $170M, up from $130M last season and "almost triple" the amount in ''98,

Tags: Baseball, MLB, Nike, PepsiCo, Wilson Sporting Goods

Penn State To Charge For Scrimmage

The PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS reported that Penn State Univ. "will charge for parking at this year''s Blue-White spring football scrimmage to help defray the cost of additional stadium security." While

Tags: Colleges

WNBA To Expand To CT?

The HARTFORD COURANT''s John Howell reported Hartford/New Haven "may be the only market in the country where TV stations might line up to air a local WNBA team," prompting speculation the area could l

Tags: Basketball, Colleges, WNBA

Detroit Dogs Seek Home Court

The DETROIT NEWS'' Joy Spencer reported that the ABA Detroit Dogs "have postponed and / or cancelled several games this season because they had no court to play on."  Currently, the team is playing at

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FL Group Patents Horse Claim

The Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL''s Kirsten Haukebo reported that the FL Thoroughbred Breeders received a trademark on the slogan "Horse Capital of the World" and "plans to stop others from using" the p

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CFL Grey Cup A Money Maker

The CP reported that the CFL''s championship Grey Cup game between the Stampeders and Blue Bombers made a profit of about C$3M.  The game was held in Montreal as a joint promotion between the CFL Alou

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Closing Bell, April 1, 2002

  The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Monday, April 1, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell • NCAA Championship, Indiana-Maryland, Tips Off Tonight In Atlanta • MLB Unveils

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