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First Energy Stadium has bad ring to it

January 18, 2013

Instead of reaching a deal for naming rights to Cleveland Browns Stadium, First Energy should have taken the money and given its Northeast Ohio customers a price brea....

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Senator1218

Jan-22-13 1:00 PM

Yes! Today ban utility spending on Stadium advertising. Tomorrow ban utility spending for ALL media advertising, including the THE PRINT MEDIA!

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savj1c

Jan-18-13 10:12 AM

Billdog,you nailed it.They have NEVER shown an interest in regulation.This,in some way,effects their business holdings.They also don't speak for Browns fans.Browns fans are thinking that the money made from this deal will go to get free-agents!Big name,productive ,winning free-agents.

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Billdog

Jan-18-13 9:59 AM

Now the trib is indorsing regulation. I guess somehow this must effect them down in Virginia.

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WarrenProud

Jan-18-13 5:20 AM

Wow -the Trib agrees with me for once. This naming deal is an affront to all First Energy customers in Ohio. The PUCO needs to take action to punish First Energy with rate reductions. They obviously are making too much money from it's customers.

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cmkcmk1234

Jan-18-13 1:55 AM

The Tribune calling for more regulation? It is a very, very chilly day in hell...

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