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Thursday, June 17, 2010

No BLA(h) for Raleigh: State ABC nixes booze name on amphitheater

Posted by on Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 11:15 AM

Whats My Name Amphitheater
  • What's My Name Amphitheater

The downtown amphitheater in Raleigh won't be the BLA after all. The state ABC says it can't be named for Bud Light or any other booze item. Doggone it, the BLA seemed so perfect.

$300,000 a year times 5 years = $1.5 million down the drain.

What are we bid for your name [HERE] on the city's new amphitheater?

More on this from Grayson Currin on the Triangulator blog.

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