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OAKLAND, CA —BEAR Data Solutions (BEAR Data) has become an Official IT Solutions Provider of the Oakland Raiders. Effective immediately, the relationship presents BEAR Data with broad awareness-building opportunities with high-profile branding through the naming rights of one East Side Club Conference Room the “BEAR Data Conference Room”, internet advertising on the Raiders’ official website,… Read More »

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Locked-Out NBA Stars Explore Hollywood

October 23rd, 2011 by admin

Amare Stoudemire, Kevin Durant and Baron Davis are some NBA players with time on their hands due to the league’s ongoing labor dispute, and are finding that showbiz offers an opportunity to fill their schedules 10/23/2011 by Daniel Miller NBA players with time on their hands due to the league’s ongoing labor dispute are finding… Read More »

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Written by Alan Sayre NEW ORLEANS — Turning the Louisiana Superdome into the Mercedes-Benz Superdome — a choice that surprised many — wasn’t a matter of getting a company executive to agree to fork over a huge amount of money in one fell swoop, as many might believe. Nor should it be a surprise, says… Read More »

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SAN FRANCISCO & ST. LOUIS — BEAR Data Solutions (BEAR) has become the Official IT and Technological Solutions Provider of the NFL’s St. Louis Rams. Effective immediately, the new agreement offers BEAR Data the advantage of broad awareness-building opportunities and high-profile branding through the use of in-stadium scoreboard signage, game day advertising in the Rams… Read More »

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