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SBJ Article Published September 13, 2010
...million loan from Bank of America and Wells Fargo/Wachovia that helped pay for construction, according to th...
SBJ Article Published March 08, 2010
VP of marketing, Wachovia Center; marketing director at Wachovia Center.
SBJ Article Published March 03, 2008
...he development of the USTA's U.S. Open Series and Wachovia's PGA Tour title sponsorship in Charlotte.
SBJ Article Published March 12, 2007
Wachovia; ...That was critical during the creation of the Wachovia Championship, now Wachovia, the tour, the of Wachovia and the collective benefit for those three partie... Fleishman, Wachovia's director of sponsorships.
SBJ Article Published May 30, 2005 by SCOTT WARFIELD
US Airways and Wachovia.
SBJ Article Published May 30, 2005
president of Comcast-Spectacor Ventures, at the Wachovia Center during the Street
SBJ Article Published May 16, 2005
‘Monsterboard’ at Wachovia tourney The Wachovia Championship at Quail Hollow Club was the first P... stats, split-screen video and exclusive Wachovia advertising.
SBJ Article Published February 21, 2005 by KRIS JOHNSON
Federal Express and Wachovia.
SBJ Article Published December 20, 2004
The following chart lists the 50 companies that spent the most on television advertising during sports programming for the year’s first nine months. Spending information is based on standard rate-card prices for specific national and regional telecasts, multiplied by the length of time a particular ad aired.
SBJ Article Published November 29, 2004
sponsorship with Wachovia, held a “Let Me Play” event Nov.
SBJ Article Published November 01, 2004 by Bill King
The man heading the development of the next new NBA arena monitors advances in technology the way a farmer watches for storm clouds, wary that the same rain that feeds his crop might wash it away. Barry Silberman, executive vice president of arena development for the Charlotte Bobcats, says the expansion franchise wants the building that the team will open in 2005 to be a “technological wow.” He wants to “blow people away with bells and whistles.” But when you ask Silberman ...