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SBJ/March 20 - 26, 2006/Faces Places
Faces & Places
Published March 20, 2006
Octagon’s Bober at NYU
David Bober, Octagon Worldwide executive vice president, addresses students in the NYU Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism and Sports Management. He spoke March 7 as part of the Cal Ramsey Distinguished Lecturer Series in Sports Management.
Tiffany & Co. President Jim Quinn (left) and artist LeRoy Neiman examine the trophy of the Triple Crown of Polo after it was unveiled at a recent party at Tiffany’s store in New York City. Neiman is the official artist of the Triple Crown of Polo. Events will be played in Sarasota, Fla.; Dallas; and Santa Barbara, Calif.
Road to Indianapolis starts in NYC
Sean McManus, president of CBS News and CBS Sports, speaks at media day for CBS Sports and the NCAA men’s basketball tournament March 7 in New York City. Broadcasters and CBS Sports executives joined McManus as the network prepared for its 25th anniversary of broadcasting March Madness.
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