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AEG Emerges As Second Bidder For Proposed New Multi-Purpose Venue In Frankfurt

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 28 / 16

The Anschutz Entertainment Group "has been outed as the second bidder for a planned new multi-purpose venue in Frankfurt, Germany," according to EISHOCKEY NEWS. The U.S.-based company "has emerged as second bidder for the million-dollar project." In April it became public that Lagardère Sport...

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