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May 16, 2003




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FRIDAY, MAY 16, 2003

Mayor Appoints Blue Ribbon Panel on Sports Commissions

(Washington, DC) Mayor Anthony A. Williams announced today a Blue Ribbon Panel on Sports Commissions to review the best practices of sports commissions across the country.

"Part of a world-class city like Washington are world-class sporting events that contribute to the vitality of our region and improve our quality of life," Mayor Williams said. "Our goal is to design a road map for continued improvement in sports event attraction and facility management, including events at the DC Armory and RFK."

The 10-member panel's mission is to evaluate the best examples of facility management and sports event marketing by other successful sports commissions. The panel's findings will provide the tools with which to assess the DC Sports and Entertainment Commission and a road map for continued improvement in sports event attraction and facility management in the District.

The members of the panel include: Harold Brazil, Councilmember; Eric Price, Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development; Neil Albert, director, DC Parks and Recreation Department; Jair Lynch, president and CEO, the Jair Lynch Companies; John Hill, CEO, In2Books; Susan O'Malley, president, Washington Sports and Entertainment; Fernando Murias, Managing Partner, Pricewaterhouse Coopers; Dan Knise, president and CEO, Dionis Insurance Holdings, Inc.; John Moag, Moag and Company; John Saboor, executive director, Central Florida Sports Commission, Inc.

The panel is expected to convene for its first meeting in early June.

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