Long Island Ducks Stadium Rights Naming Concern

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Evidently, there are no takers for the naming rights to the Long Island Ducks (Atlantic League) stadium.  Supposedly, several companies were contacted after the previous agreement ended but there were no deals made:


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  1. Pretty funny article considering I offered the sports complex a large sum for yearly sponsorship either yearly or a 10year contract and was not only turned down but follow up phone calls ignored. The truth is Suffolk County wants their name on the building (suffolk county sports park) and the tax payers get cheated once again.
    I guess there was no point to a bidding process as no one one the bid.
    Any dollar amount no matter how small would have gone directly to suffolk county to help offset costs instead they have to pay for all the signage changes themselves. Typical government waste.

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