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Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday announced a multiyear deal with Levy Restaurants to "operate concession stands and manage premium beverage operations during major events," including the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Brickyard 400. Financial terms were not disclosed. Track&...
Northern CA''s first and only NikeTown opens tomorrow in San Francisco. The 49,840-square-foot store is located on Union Square at 278 Post Street and brings 141 new full- and part-time jobs to the Ba
Potential NHL expansion team owners Chuck Watson and Bob McNair "say they intend to continue working" toward building a new arena for basketball and hockey in Houston, "with the participation of Rocke
STEVE SCHIFFMAN has been named VP/Strategic Marketing for NASCAR. Schiffman will oversee all of the sanctioning body''s marketing activities from its recently opened New York City office. He joins NAS
The MLB Giants gave BARRY BONDS a two-year contract extension worth a guaranteed $22.9M, including an option year for 2001 that could put the package at $30.7M. The entire package, tops the annual ave
The backers of a proposed sports arena in downtown L.A. offered the first public previews of the proposed development, according to Larry Gordon in the L.A. TIMES. A "Times Square West" was suggested,
The USTA''s new facility at the National Tennis Center in New York will be named Arthur Ashe Stadium. USTA President Harry Marmion: "We didn''t have any corporate offers and we never looked for any."
Dallas City Manager John Ware "guaranteed yesterday that an arena for the Mavericks and Stars will be built in Dallas'' central business district, and said the team providing the most money for the pr
Reebok officials admitted yesterday to making a mistake naming a woman''s running shoe "Incubus," but executives couldn''t "entirely explain the process that had one of its products being named for a
NFL President Neil Austrian said the league has no intention of "immediately pulling" the Super Bowl from San Diego, "regardless of what a Superior Court judge rules on the stadium case today," accord