Meyer, Gregory
January 2007
Crain's Chicago Business;1/29/2007, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p3
The article offers information about the long-term profits in store for the football team Chicago Bears. The National Football League (NFL) pays Super Bowl participants based on the game's outcome. A player from the winning team gets $78,000 plus a ring allowance of $50,000. Because of the NFL's revenue-sharing agreement, the team owners get no instant windfall. Local fans who own "permanent seat licenses" will profit from the team's winning streak.


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