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SBJ/January 9 - 15, 2006/Faces Places
Faces & Places
Published January 9, 2006
They are NFL experienced
Announcing that the NFL Experience would be coming to Super Bowl XL in Detroit were (from left) former Detroit Lion Robert Porcher; Frank Supovitz, NFL senior vice president of events; Shawn Gore, senior manager of brand marketing for America Online; and Roger Penske, chairman of the Super Bowl XL Host Committee.
These faces were in place for an Oxy Acne Solutions TV and photo shoot (from left): Cenergy Communications principal Duncan Shaw, BMX biker Dave Mirra and Cenergy principals John Cimperman and Thomas Mooney. Cenergy represents Oxy, which also sponsors the Dew Action Sports Tour.
Getting in the spirit
Jeff Krolik (left), senior vice president and general manager of FSN Bay Area, and Christopher Cohan, owner of the Golden State Warriors, celebrate at the network’s 15th annual holiday open house in San Francisco last month.
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