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Recession-Proof Sports Leagues

by Greg McFarlane Whether you call it a slowdown, a holding pattern or the dreaded R-word, it’s not exactly news that our economy is in something of a bad way. It stands to reason that entertainment and other frivolities would be among the first items people would cut from their budgets. So why is it business-more-or-less-as-usual [...]
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