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SBJ/September 1 - 7, 2003/Other News
Faces & Places
Published September 1, 2003
Nasdaq-100 Open Chairman Butch Buchholz (from left), player Andy Roddick and Nasdaq Executive Vice President Bruce Aust at the market opening ceremony Aug. 20.
The Dayton Dragons' director of operations Gary Mayse (left) receives the PRISM Award for minor league marketing from Bob Newman of the Greater Columbus Convention Center, representing the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. The annual award is given by UMass and The Sports Business Daily.
The Shaq crunch
Shaquille O'Neal turns 12-year-old Conner Oberst's world upside down at the Nestlé Crunch Hot Shots Camp in Los Angeles on Aug. 23. A dozen kids ages 12-18 won a chance to attend the camp with Crunch endorser Shaq by submitting videotaped entries of their hoops skills.
Shaking it on stage
Rob Ginepri and actress girlfriend Minnie Driver at the Wilson/The Tennis Channel party Aug. 23 at the W Court Hotel in NYC.
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