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Written by Maury Brown   
Sunday, 22 August 2010 20:10

Texas RangersThe new ownership of the Texas Rangers continues to reach out to fans in the Dallas/Ft. Worth market and beyond after officially taking over the club just over a week ago. First it was sweeping price cuts at the Ballpark, now it’s a letter to fans.

Today, a "Message for Texas Rangers Fans Everywhere" by Chuck Greenberg and Nolan Ryan runs as a full-page ad, not only in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Sunday editions, but in eight other markets. According to John Blake, Exec. VP of Communications for the Rangers, the ad ran in the Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star Telegram, as well as in outlying markets in and out of the State of Texas (Austin, Oklahoma City, Abilene, Waco, Tyler, Longview, Wichita Falls, and Shreveport).

According to Blake, the Greenberg wanted to reach fans as far away as 3-and-half hours from Arlington.


The ad, signed by Greenberg and Ryan starts by saying, “Welcome to a new beginning. We can’t tell you how excited we are to complete the purchase of the Texas Rangers.”

Select the image below to read the ad

Texas Rangers ad
Full-page ad that ran in several papers on Sunday

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