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03-May-2009

  • Commentary: New name for Dolphin Stadium? It's still all about fins (The Palm Beach Post)

    Jimmy Buffett and team owner Stephen M. Ross, you see, are hosting "an exclusive live music performance" for the media next Friday with an accompanying announcement "for a major unveiling on behalf of Dolphin Stadium."


  • New name for home of Dolphins and UM: LandShark Stadium? (Sun-Sentinel)

    The ink might not be dry on the deal, but a source says Dolphin Stadium could soon be renamed LandShark Stadium. That?s LandShark as in LandShark Lager.


  • Dolphin's Transferable Talents (The Post-Standard)

    Last summer, Le Moyne lacrosse coach Dan Sheehan discovered a letter that had scrolled from the office fax machine. On it, Syracuse University announced that Jack Harmatuk had planned to transfer his collegiate lacrosse career from SU to another university.


  • Florida to get "Landshark Stadium" (WTSP-TV Tampa)

    Dolphin Stadium might be renamed "Landshark Stadium".


  • Jimmy Buffett accepts business role with Dolphins (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

    Jimmy Buffett has accepted a business role with new Miami Dolphins owner and longtime friend Stephen Ross. The team was mum Friday on details, despite reports that Dolphin Stadium might be renamed "Landshark Stadium" for at least one season.


  • Dolphin Stadium set to become Land Shark Stadium (Miami Herald)

    You knew it first as Joe Robbie Stadium, after the guy who built the place. Then Pro Player Stadium, after a now-defunct sports gear maker.


  • Cheers! Dolphins' set to rename stadium LandShark (Sun-Sentinel)

    Dolphin Stadium could be renamed LandShark Stadium for a beer with ties to singer Jimmy Buffett, a source said Friday.


  • Key West Fishing On Display At The 8th Annual Dolphin Master's Invitational In May (dBusinessNews.com)

    The 8 th Annual Yamaha Dolphin Master's Invitational is set to begin May 23 in Key West , Florida . The fishing competition comes with a large cash prize for the winner and is a perfect chance to take in a little Key West fishing.


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