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Minnesota United FC Owner McGuire Quiet On Hold-Up For Construction On New VenuePublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 29 / 16
Minnesota United FC Owner Bill McGuire is "keeping mum about what the hold-up might be" on when construction of the proposed MLS stadium in St. Paul might start, "except to say that land and stadium design issues remain complicated," according to Frederick Melo of the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS.&nb...
The Binghamton PRESS & SUN-BULLETIN''s Lauber & Yanchunas reported the Senators "will sell their [AHL] affiliate to Southern Tier businessman David Wright, who plans to operate the team in a remodeled
Sears Point Raceway announced it has reached a season-long and event-sponsorship agreement with InReach Internet. The deal calls for InReach to co-title sponsor the NHRA Division 7 Sportsman Drag Race
The Nashville TENNESSEAN''s Maurice Patton reported the Triple-A Int''l League Nashville Sounds "are poised for another increase in attendance after last year''s 12% jump." Sounds COO Glenn Yaeger, on
The National Women''s Football League (NWFL) has announced that it is taking applications and deposits from team owners in the Western U.S. NWFL Owner Catherine Masters, on the league''s plans: "We''
The Baton Rouge ADVOCATE''s Sheldon Mickels reported the five-year deal signed by LA State Univ. (LSU) football coach Nick Saban "would make him the nation''s highest-paid coach – if the Tigers
GOLFWEEK''s Dave Seanor reported that the ''05 PGA Championships have been moved from The Country Club in Brookline, MA, to Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, NJ. The Brookline club "decided that the
The ROANOKE TIMES'' Katrina Waugh reported an attendance drop of over 9% "wasn''t quite what the partners in Old Time Hockey, LLC, planned for when they took over the Roanoke Express hockey team last
THE DAILY and CT-based Sponsorship Research Int''l (SRi) provide a breakdown of all legible exposure during NBC''s coverage of the XIX Winter Games. Also provided are sponsor exposure breakdowns for C
MLB: Sources said H.P. Hood CEO John Kaneb and investment firm owner Thomas DiBenedetto, who are part of the Red Sox'' outgoing limited partners, will remain as local investors in the team. Meanwhile,
The PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE''s Teresa Lindeman reported Dick''s Sporting Goods is poised to unveil "a two-story prototype … that eventually could roll out in prime markets around the country."