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by Rosalind P. Muller,Vincent J. Bartimo

Author: Rosalind P. Muller,Vincent J. Bartimo
Subcategory: Biographies
Language: English
Publisher: AuthorHouse (January 6, 2006)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Outdoors and Sports
Rating: 4.1
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I recently became curious to read this little book that Vin and Roz had penned in 2006.

I recently became curious to read this little book that Vin and Roz had penned in 2006. I had met him only a time or two, but I was greatly impressed by his energy, drive, and organizational management qualities. And the man was well into his nineties.

Not At Any Price: Integrity in Professional Sports. Vincent J. Bartimo, Rosalind P. Muller. Drugs in professional sports. Today''s news? Not to the authors who take you behind the scenes into the backrooms, the board rooms and the high perches of politics where the quest for a state''s profit often outweighs giving the public a fair return for their loyalty and support. This is not your average sports story.

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Drugs in professional sports. Today''s news? Not to the authors who take you behind the scenes into the backrooms, the board rooms and the high perches of politics where the quest for a state''s profit often outweighs giving the public a fair return for their loyalty and support. This is not your average sports story. It delves into the experiences of two people who defied fierce opposition and personal threat to do the right thing in the management of Thoroughbred Racing and Professional Hockey and in the evaluating and negotiating of Pro Baseball and Football teams. We are not born with integrity. It is the product of our pasts, how we meet life''s challenges, and in our case, the deep faith which gave us the courage to confront our enemies and realize our goals. Biographical in form, you will relive the author''s early years and travel the diverse paths their lives took. You may often ponder how this successful partnership evolved, Man/Woman. Catholic/Jew. Poor Boy/Rich Girl. New England Newspaper columnist/ New York entertainment writer. Running sports facilities, hosting thousands of patrons daily at an arena, stadium or paying field was a unique challenge. Vin Bartimo had the prime responsibility for the action, Roz Muller was the champion of the fans. Together, they made winners of losing entities, shared their largesse with the communities in which they operated and gave the public what they wanted and deserved.