Why Would Someone Want to Buy a Sports Franchise?

“Because of the way the value of sports franchises generally appreciates each year in the marketplace, each owner is in it for the holy grail, and that is to sell the team eventually when they realize very nice capital gains.”

~ Brian Beerman of Beerman, Piper & Associates LLP insists that championships are NBD.

“Because of the way the value of sports franchises generally appreciates each year in the marketplace, each owner is in it for the holy grail, and that is to sell the team eventually when they realize very nice capital gains.”

~ Brian Beerman of Beerman, Piper & Associates LLP insists that championships are NBD.

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