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27-Aug-2008

  • Dolphins Name Pennington Their Starter (New York Times)

    Chad Pennington will make his regular-season debut with the Dolphins against his former team, when Miami and the Jets meet Sept. 7 at Dolphin Stadium.


  • Pluses, minuses at Dolphin Stadium for UM fans (Miami Herald)

    Fans attending University of Miami games at Dolphin Stadium can expect more pregame entertainment, more comfortable seats, a wider selection of food and (unlike at the dearly departed Orange Bowl) the benefit of watching big plays a second time on one of the world's largest video replay boards.


  • Innovative Incentive Programs Make Last-Minute Vacations Possible for Guests (PRWeb via Yahoo! News)

    Guests at vacation rental properties in Northwest Florida, Coastal Alabama and North Carolina find incentives that are making last-minute getaways not only possible - but affordable and best of all, memorable. These guests are enjoying complimentary golf, deep sea fishing, dolphin cruises, wildlife tours, water parks, amusement parks and much more every day of their stay.


  • Blue Dolphin Energy appoints new CFO (Energy Business Review)

    Blue Dolphin Energy, an independent oil and gas company with operations in the Gulf of Mexico, has appointed William Dale as its CFO.


  • Blue Dolphin Appoints William J. Dale as Chief Financial Officer (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

    Blue Dolphin Energy Company , an independent oil and gas company with operations in the Gulf of Mexico, today announced the appointment of William J. Dale as Chief Financial Officer.


  • College football: Hurricanes set to make the move to Dolphin Stadium (Naples Daily News)

    The Hurricanes have moved north, and will officially begin a 25-year stay at Dolphin Stadium on Thursday night when Miami opens its season against Charleston Southern, a member of the Football Championship Subdivision, formerly known as Division I-AA.


  • Canes Ready To Go Despite Injuries, Suspensions (Local 10 Miami)

    CORAL GABLES -- The Miami Hurricanes are finally ready to kick off their season. The Canes wrapped up practice Tuesday morning in Coral Gables. The team will have their first walk-through at Dolphin Stadium on Wednesday.


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