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Don't match today they said that they fully expects Citigroup to fulfill its 400 million dollar commitment to naming its -- -- because after all.
You know a deal is the deal but the question remains how much are naming rights really -- No congressman has been able to tell me they think they know.
Better than city doesn't it may be right who knows but take a look at tonight's power ranking and see.
How many of these things you actually remembered joining us now -- -- magazine senior editor rod Kurtz a trip down memory let us not knowing -- before -- right.
Talk about memory lane you couldn't avoid propagated.
Boston let's start my hometown of Boston -- -- the -- that are here but of course no longer known is that it's now the TD banknorth.
Guard -- always be to god to me is how many different names as this place there believe it or not.
34 different names since they announced a weather update in 1993.
This interesting point came in the mid ninety's I believe when nine or later on actually when a company that sort of holding off naming rights and waiting for theater and they started beating.
And my favorite of the bunch yankees suck Sadr for -- today dot com.
Round as bad that I wrote we and we didn't need that.
Thanks for content that was probably where it's getting a little boards are not perform first units -- we're talking Philadelphia now now -- -- former hometown and I went to college at Philadelphia -- yeah and not.
Yeah this is thinking about this is it became known as the F you center and if you've ever been to LA they're a little top.
The little brassy kind of got a bad -- it.
-- you exactly.
I hear you quite a few death itself finally first union -- died -- in with Wachovia 2000 throw it down known as the Wachovia center of course Wachovia.
We'll go on the bubble these days we'll see another name all right.
Number three let's go to Baltimore -- -- Baltimore big sports it rolls right off the content you PSI net -- him as it was known had actually asked god awful name right any stated actually it opens nameless in nice in 1998 and then nine -- later PSI net.
And -- -- yet and I wand me but the other naming rights promised the company went bankrupt in 2000 -- have equipment just the name of the it's in our -- to put the letters -- taking them off there but it went -- again and T bank body in 2003 and that's what I was talking about the ground here and quipped yes.
-- -- -- Tennessee let's go down of the titans sure this was then known as Al -- adelphia coliseum opened in 1999 home with the Tennessee Titans of course I don't feel.
Again went bankrupt -- -- now I like this is because you get that you've got a place in one of these.
Offices that you -- you don't have to buy a ticket that's right -- the Wrigley was the original but.
This is thinking here as we're talking about city is that adelphia because they went bankrupt actually missed a payment which gave the the stadium people an opportunity to break the deal so.
It went known as the coliseum for awhile and now it's LP field let's jump ahead to the most infamous name in business granddaddy of them all and run and run -- -- Now -- -- at the time of course in 2002 there I would have well that certainly ask that but.
At the time it was the greatest collapse in American corporate history of course home to the Astros see Nolan Ryan -- -- there.
After the whole Enron debacle the team quickly fought back the right -- and run actually a thirty year deal here you can believe.
They were actually looking more had been you thought OK so -- -- may bottom line is this city goes away is going to be some also think someone will come along the way out of that wanted -- real -- we get a shake on.
Good city rivals it is that they -- want to -- -- you vote.
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