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Desert Dish: Super Bowl Parties Rage On In And Around Phoenix

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 30 / 15

IMG and former Senior Corporate VP  SANDY MONTAG hosted execs, talent and athletes at Mastros Ocean Club in Scottsdale on Thursday night. Spotted at the party were ESPN's TREY WINGO and SCOTT VAN PELT , Modell's Sporting Goods CEO MITCH MODELL , Bruin Sports Capital's GEORGE PYNE , ...

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