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Sport Someone is gauging support for a Bears move to Arlington Heights with a survey

08:10  22 june  2021
08:10  22 june  2021 Source:   nbcsports.com

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An automated phone survey to gauge attitudes toward the Chicago Bears ' possibly moving to Arlington Park is circulating in the suburbs, although several community leaders don't know where it came from. Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips on Thursday disclosed publicly and in a phone call to Arlington Heights Mayor Tom Hayes that the team is bidding for the 326-acre racetrack property in a move that could relocate the team from Soldier Field in The call began with an explanation that the Bears had put in a bid for Arlington Park and ended with a woman's voice saying, "Go Bears !"

Every few years someone revives talk of the Bears moving to Arlington Heights or to Rosemont or to Gary, Ind. Once they were said to even be headed for Keeneyville, IL. That's a real place, near Route 20 and Gary Ave., not far from Stratford Square Mall. The late Michael McCaskey made the rounds in the Actually, it would seem the race track's longterm fate has already been decided, and that is to be demolished anyway. The trouble with this idea of moving the Bears there is they are locked into Soldier Field with a lease that runs through 2033, and when all is said and done the total rental cost is only

Some think the Bears are purchasing land on which a new stadium could be built in the Chicago suburb of Arlington Heights for leverage purposes. Other think the Bears are serious about moving.

A new survey suggests that someone is serious about the Bears moving.

Via the Arlington Heights Daily Herald, an unknown party is conducting a telephone survey gauging interest in the potential relocation. A Daily Herald received the call on Friday; it consisted of four questions. The questions seek information about age range, gender, favorite NFL team, and whether the recipient of the call would support the Bears moving to Arlington Park in Arlington Heights.

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Surveying or land surveying is the technique, profession, art, and science of determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional positions of points and the distances and angles between them.

A survey presents respondents with a series of statements and asks them to circle their level of agreement for each statement: "strongly agree; agree; neutral; disagree; strongly disagree". This series of questions uses which of the following? Alejandro just gained access to a new nationally representative survey of retired people in the United States. He is unsure whether certain questions were asked in the survey and the raw data is a bit confusing and brief. What should he consult to examine this issue?

Per the report, the call starts with an explanation that the Bears have made a bid to buy Arlington Park. The call ends with, “Go Bears!”

Churchill Downs in Kentucky owns Arlington Park. Per the report, Churchill Downs claims that it has received “strong proposals from numerous parties” in advance of Tuesday’s deadline for submitting them.

With the economics of NFL stadium operation changing dramatically — especially with the proliferation of legalized gambling — it makes more sense than ever to have a stadium built and configured to maximize attendance and the ability of attendees to place a broad selection of in-game wagers, all game long.

Someone is gauging support for a Bears move to Arlington Heights with a survey originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

Rita Moreno said she was 'disappointed' with herself for defending 'In the Heights' colorism .
Moreno had previously defended Lin-Manuel Miranda and "In the Heights" after people criticized the movie for lack of Afro-Latino representation.In a statement given to The Hollywood Reporter, Moreno said: "I'm incredibly disappointed with myself. While making a statement in defense of Lin-Manuel Miranda on 'The Colbert Show' last night, I was clearly dismissive of Black lives that matter in our Latin community.

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