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Ilitches’ vision: An arena ‘dripping with history’

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 10 / 09 / 17

Little Caesars Arena stands out for the multiple displays of sports memorabilia that tell the stories behind the rich history of the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons. There’s a lot of history to document: The Red Wings have won the most Stanley Cups of the NHL’s U.S. teams, and the Pist...

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