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Greens monsters
At the 2010 Deutsche Bank Championship Pro-Am at TPC Boston on Sept. 2 to raise money for local charities: Boston Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner (above left) and PGA Tour golfer Bill Haas, and PGA Tour golfer Rory Sabbatini (left) with Sam Kennedy, Fenway Sports Group president and Red Sox EVP/COO.
A strong college lineup
Capital One Chief Marketing Officer Bill McDonald (center) is joined by college sports standouts (from left) Doug Flutie, Clark Kellogg, Brandi Chastain, Lisa Leslie and Robin Ventura and sports broadcaster Rece Davis to introduce the Capital One Cup, which will recognize top-performing Division I athletic programs, at a news conference in New York City on Sept. 1.
Pac-10 officials tour Cowboys Stadium
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones led a tour of Cowboys Stadium for leaders of the Pac-10 Conference before the 2010 Cowboy Classic featuring conference member Oregon State and TCU on Sept 4. From left: Dave Hirsch, Pac-10 VP of communications; Chad Estis, Cowboys VP of sales and marketing, Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott; Jones; Woodie Dixon, Pac-10 general counsel and VP of business affairs; Alec Scheiner, Cowboys VP and general counsel; and Brett Daniels, Cowboys senior director of corporate communications.
Nationwide links with Memorial
The Memorial Tournament, Nationwide Insurance and the PGA Tour announced Sept. 3 that Nationwide will become the presenting sponsor of the tournament in 2011 in a deal that runs through 2016. From left: Nationwide Insurance CEO Steve Rasmussen, tournament founder and host Jack Nicklaus, PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem, Memorial Tournament and Muirfield Village Golf Club General Chairman Jack Nicklaus II and Nationwide Chief Marketing Officer
Jim Lyski.
Star power in NYC
New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez (right) met tennis champion Roger Federer after Federer beat Jurgen Melzer at the U.S. Open on Sept. 6.
Believe Again believers
At the Believe Again Bash presented by Verizon, a New Orleans Saints pep rally Sept. 4, from left: New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, Sports Link CEO Mike Ornstein, Genesco Sports Enterprises CEO John Tatum, Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Encore Sports and Entertainment CEO Chris Stuart.
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