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04-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."


  • Red Sox executive hired as Dolphins CEO (FOX 23 News Albany)

    Mike Dee has left his job as the chief operating officer of the Boston Red Sox to become the chief executive officer of the Miami Dolphins and Dolphin Stadium.


  • Gay Dolphin founder dies (The Myrtle Beach Sun News)

    Eloise Plyler, the founder of the Gay Dolphin Gift Shop and a lifelong Myrtle Beach resident, died April 15. She was 89. Plyler's early life wasn't a breeze. By 13, she was married. By 14, she had her first child, and a year later, she was divorced. But she overcame her tough circumstances with grit, her son Justin Plyler said.


  • Red Sox executive hired as Dolphins' CEO (Fox Sports)

    Boston Red Sox executive Michael Dee has been hired as chief executive officer of the Miami Dolphins and Dolphin Stadium. Dee will oversee business development of the team and stadium, the Dolphins said Sunday. He'll be in charge of marketing the team and new projects at the stadium. The Dolphins said there will be no change in the role of Bill Parcells, who will continue to oversee football ...


  • Former Red Sox executive Michael Dee named CEO of Miami Dolphins (Sun-Sentinel)

    Owner Stephen M. Ross announced that Michael Dee will be the new chief executive officer of the Dolphins and Dolphin Stadium on Sunday.


  • Release Scheduled For Orphaned Dolphin (CBS4 Miami)

    After nearly three months of rehabilitation, a dolphin has been nursed back to health by a marine mammal conservancy group in Key Largo and is set to be released later on this month. First discovered February 7th in waters adjacent to the Key West Naval Base, observers monitored the animal and saw it join a pod of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. But the youngster had been separated when it was ...


  • Former Red Sox executive Michael Dee named CEO of Miami Dolphins (Sun-Sentinel)

    Miami Dolphins owner Stephen M. Ross announced the naming of Michael Dee as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Miami Dolphins and Dolphin Stadium on Sunday.


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