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Australian Football League Hawthorn Hawks To Spend $36M On Redevelopment Plan
Published March 21, 2013
- Re-signing CEO Stuart Fox for five years "to drive the ambitious project."
- Getting 80,000 members by '17, "up from the 60,800 record."
- Using a mix of its own reserves, private investment and possible government and AFL funding "to help build the infrastructure, which in part would be open for community use" (HERALD SUN, 3/21).