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Buccaneers CMO Ailey Penningroth No Longer With The Club After Short Stint

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 16 / 14

Buccaneers CMO AILEY PENNINGROTH is no longer with the team. She joined the club in March after 10 years with the Hawks. Bucs President BRIAN FORD confirmed Penningroth was no longer with the club, but declined further comment. She is the second CMO to leave the Bucs shortly after the season sta...

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