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SBJ Article Published February 28, 2005
general manager, IHL Orlando Solar Bears, 1996-2000;
SBJ Article Published September 01, 2003
...d Crusader Bob Whidden and former players for the IHL's Cleveland Lumberjacks Rick Hayward, Jeff Christ...
SBJ Article Published July 21, 2003
Magic and Chicago Wolves of the former IHL (2000).
SBJ Article Published June 23, 2003 by John Lombardo
The Portland Trail Blazers last week named former Houston Texans executive Steve Patterson their new team president, a move owner Paul Allen hopes will help turn around the troubled franchise. Patterson Prior to joining the Blazers, Patterson was senior vice president and chief development officer for the NFL Texans, where he helped owner Bob McNair bring the expansion team to Houston and build Reliant Stadium. Patterson, 45, also ...
SBJ Article Published May 26, 2003 by DAVID BROUGHTON
The $65 million Orleans Arena in Las Vegas It's perhaps fitting that the first sporting event scheduled for Las Vegas' new $65 million Orleans Arena is the weeklong Golden Gloves National Tournament of Champions, not simply because of the city's rich boxing heritage, but also because it marks the closing bell of a prizefight between the arena's owner and the local government. The bout began the summer of 2001, when local gaming company Coas...
SBJ Article Published October 07, 2002
CASCAR retains Game Plan Boston-based sports investment banking firm Game Plan LLC has been retained to assist the Canadian Association of Stock Car Auto Racing in acquiring expansion capital and in developing strategic financial relationships. CASCAR is the sanctioning body for stock car auto racing in Canada. CASCAR is featured across Canada with major events in the Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Hamilton/London, Montreal and Quebec C...
SBJ Article Published September 09, 2002
MARKETING AND LICENSING DEALS Picchio SpA, in cooperation with importer Momentum Motorcars and distributor/technical consultant G&W Motorsports, put in place a three-year program to market and service the Picchio P2 Daytona Prototype. PSI-20/20 Promotions Inc. has been appointed an official promotional merchandise agency for the Seattle Seahawks, running through the 2002 season; the Utah Grizzlies of the International Hockey League, running through the 2003-04 season; and th...
SBJ Article Published July 15, 2002 by KIM NILSEN
Success, especially when it comes fast, can camouflage all kinds of ills. For the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, who no longer draw the capacity crowds that followed their debut nine years ago, the hidden bugaboo might have been the very aspect that team owner Walt Disney Co. thought would make them a long-term success: synergy. The expectation was that a team named after a hit Disney movie would become part of the media giant's marketing juggernaut. Instead, the club's business operations we...
SBJ Article Published February 25, 2002
...ed operations last summer with the closing of the IHL.
SBJ Article Published February 25, 2002 by Daniel Kaplan
M & A Spotlight: The minors Mandalay Sports Entertainment plans to raise $30 million to $40 million in debt and equity to buy four to five more minor league teams and build new ballparks for each of them. If completed, the deals would make Mandalay one of the top owners of minor league franchises and show that, even in a down economy, the market for minor league sports...
SBJ Article Published February 18, 2002 by John Lombardo
The rising cost of insurance is creating major problems for minor league hockey, where injuries are almost as common as an offside pass. Insurance experts said premiums for medical insurance and disability coverage have jumped from 10 percent to 50 percent in just the last year, and it's expected costs will continue to rise. "What is happening is that the market is hardening and insurers are less willing to write the coverage and take on more risk," said Glenn Dorr, vice president o...
SBJ Article Published February 18, 2002 by RAY GLIER
"Just look at the IHL," he said.