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Great Bucs' news for a change; Marketing director resigns….

Great Bucs' news for a change; Marketing director resigns….

What's up everyone. Great to be on board with Cory and Randy.
Bucs' fans received the best news since the LaRoche trade recently.
Tim Schuldt, the Bucs' chief marketing and sales director, resigned to take a similar position with Motorsports Authentics in Charlotte, N.C.
Schuldt's department was responsible for such marketing slogan doozy's such as last year's "We Will" and 2005's "Come Hungry".
Now of course I'm not saying Tim was responsible for creating those slogans, but as the director he sure as hell approved of them.
Good luck to Tim in his future endeavors, maybe we'll see a "We Will, Ya'll" slogan in NASCAR-land soon....

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