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Friday, February 21, 2014

Timbers' officials chose to redact the naming rights fees from documents submitted to the city.

"It's our collective wish it remain a private piece of information," Timbers chief operating officer Mike Golub said last week, adding that city officials as well as sponsors would prefer the amounts remain confidential.

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0 #1 MRGuest 2014-02-21 23:37:34
yea, yea, yea A non profit HEALTH CARE CO BUYING NAMING RIGHTS. Why and HOW If IIS TRULY A non profit. Health care is only for PROFIT
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