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May 21, 1993 | Chris Woodyard Times staff writer
China Venture: Mulcahy Sports Group of Newport Beach thinks it may be the first U.S. sports marketing company to win contracts to line up sponsors for the largest sporting events in China. Mulcahy was able to line up a Chinese mineral-oil maker for the First East Asia Games, which were just completed. Various Asian nations, including Taiwan and North and South Korea, competed in sporting events in 22 venues around Shanghai.
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May 21, 1993 | Chris Woodyard Times staff writer
China Venture: Mulcahy Sports Group of Newport Beach thinks it may be the first U.S. sports marketing company to win contracts to line up sponsors for the largest sporting events in China. Mulcahy was able to line up a Chinese mineral-oil maker for the First East Asia Games, which were just completed. Various Asian nations, including Taiwan and North and South Korea, competed in sporting events in 22 venues around Shanghai.
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June 19, 1992 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Diego-based In Motion Inc., organizer of the financially beleaguered San Diego Marathon, filed a $1 million lawsuit against a Newport Beach-based sports marketing firm and two Orange County businessmen in Superior Court on Thursday. The lawsuit, said Lynn Flanagan, In Motion president, deals with "fraud, deceit and conspiracy" in regard to a "hostile takeover" of the San Diego Marathon. Named in the lawsuit are Mulcahy Sports Group Inc., its president, Patrick Mulcahy, and Dean Rallis Sr.
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June 25, 1992
Michael Ruiz vaulted into third place in the boys' 15-18 division after two rounds of the Mission Hills Desert Junior golf tournament in Rancho Mirage Wednesday. San Diego's Ruiz began the day at the Mission Hills Country Club Course in a five-way tie for sixth. He shot par 72 for a 146 after two days. He is four strokes behind Tiger Woods of Cypress. On Wednesday, Gilberto Morales of Venezuela, the leader after the first round, dropped 10 shots out of first.
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June 18, 1992 | KIM Q. BERKSHIRE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Winners and other top finishers of last year's San Diego Marathon have waited six months to get paid prize money from In Motion, Inc., the marketing and management firm that organized the race. After several deadlines passed, elite runners who earned shares of the $16,000 marathon purse said Wednesday they've waited long enough. Winners Gary Gargasz of Volant, Pa.
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