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Nashville embraced Predators; will it do same for pro soccer?

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 19 / 17

Seeing firsthand the tens of thousands of people that flooded downtown Nashville to watch the Predators play in the Stanley Cup Final, the question entered Court Jeske’s mind: Could the city do the same for a soccer match? Jeske, a former executive for Soccer United Marketing and MLS, is op...

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